Grand Hotel Villa Tuscolana
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... fontaines ponctuent la place , en cuvette.
Je passe mon sac à dos et mes affaires à travers un détecteur sur tapis roulant comme dans un aéroport..enfin la voie est libre , une demi heure d'attente , 2 heures certainement en pleine période touristique.La basilique est immense, les touristes matraquent tout ce qui est à photographier, de la folie !!
moi ,je m 'en tiens aux clichés originaux. La plus grande église du monde est peut etre ...
... After many centuries of changing hands, especially between medieval and Renaissance families, it has taken on a suburban look. The palace in the middle of town is still private and belongs to the Chigi family. Albano practically adjoins Castel Gandolfo. It has a long history; this is the reputed site of Alba Longa, the so-called mother city of Rome, but it's quite built-up and modern today. Trains going to Albano leave from Stazione Termini in Rome. Castel Gandolfo The ...
... or so to explore the boat while our rooms were being prepared, and what a boat it is! The spa with it's Persian Gardens quickly became a favorite for us as they only sell 20 passes, so we know it's a place where we can hide away! After a little exploration, an announcement that the rooms were ready was made and we went down to see what home would be like! Our room was great! A fruit basket and a bottle of champagne awaited us, and the veranda has beautiful views ...
... this walkway and enter into the private 2nd floor Borgia apartment of Pope Alexander VI where he lived until his death from 1492 - 1503. We walk thru his receiving room, bedroom and study again these rooms are made of white marble from north Italy, green from Asia, Yellow from Spain, and Red was Egypt and all the walls have fresco paintings. Done by various artists at the time including Michelangelo. In one of the paintings in this last room ...
... would get them into the museum way before everybody else (but cost a fortune). The line ended up moving pretty quickly – though not quick enough for some people, it seemed… Brian gave one Italian family **** that had just jumped the line (which by now was way longer than first thing in the morning). The Dad said he didn’t understand English, but his teenage kid definitely understood exactly what Brian said, especially when ...