Grand Hotel Dei Cesari
Travel Blogs from Anzio
Saturday, July 5th to Sunday, July 6th
**I forgot to mention that I got a gorgeous snapchat from my sister yesterday wishing me a Happy 4th. It was much appreciated :) and pretty cute.
This weekend, while most of the group was away, myself and a few others took the train to Anzio, Italy. We really wanted to have a chance to get to …
... explore, and although we did not want to pay the exorbitant price asked to reserve a small piece of beach front, umbrella and two deck chairs, we did make sure we dipped our toes in the (warm) sea.
As a bonus we found a small park in which to enjoy lunch in the shade. (H)
... sites. We ate gelato on the Spanish Steps, saw the Pantheon, and enjoyed the scenery at the Piazza Novano. At night, storm clouds rolled in on top of us. Vendors were selling ponchos and umbrellas everywhere. We didn't buy any, as it just felt like the Thunderbird was flying overhead to say thanks for visiting us. Never did rain. What a great day. Tomorrow we head to Pompeii, and Salerno the first landing on continental Europe.
Good night America. ...
... Latitude: 41.455473, Longitude: 12.623178.
The cemetery is permanently open and may be visited anytime.
Wheelchair access to site possible, may be by alternative entrance. For further information regarding wheelchair access, please contact our Enquiries Section on telephone number 01628 507200.
On 3 September 1943 the Allies invaded the Italian mainland, the ...
... At the very top of them, the Trinita dei Monti, an impressive church dominated the landscape. From reading a sign, I learned that the Spanish Steps were the widest staircase in Europe. Interesting fact! And to think, I had just climbed them! Yeahhh!
It was now 6:00pm and we were getting hungry. It was time to eat! Having spotted a McDonald on our way here, you guessed it, ...