Grand Hotel Villa Fiorio

Address: Via Dusmet 25, Grottaferrata, Lazio, 00046, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Dusmet 25, Grottaferrata, is near Castel Gandolfo, Villa Aldobrandini, Circeo Peninsula, and Alcazar.
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      Travel Blogs from Grottaferrata

      Florence or bust

      A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Oct 08, 2014

      7 photos

      ... followed by a glass of champagne during the ten minute intermission and then the second half. There were only a couple of pieces that I recognised - from Carmen and The Barber of Seville - but that didn't spoil the enjoyment. Quite simply it was wonderful! They sang so beautifully and with such passion it was easy to just sit there and enjoy it. Definitely one of Sue's better ideas and a highlight of the trip. We all agreed that Denise would have loved it too and wished she'd been ...

      Getting ready to say goodbye to Italy

      A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Sep 09, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... Dacians fought desperately, but their army was destroyed. After the celebration of the triumph, Trajan decided to commemorate his victory by building the Forum. But the great monument to his victory is the Column, which is made of 19 blocks of marble (35 tons each) and inside there is a spiral staircase that leads to the top. The most important part of the monument is the helicoidal band of sculpted figures that spiral around it from the bottom to top 23 ...

      Market and Monuments

      A travel blog entry by serinakoester on Jul 22, 2013

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... if I spoke Castiliano (Spanish from Castille). I guess in a way it makes sense, but these are the things you could never have the insight to discover on your own. So with that, sweet dreams. Tomorrow is another day and I look forward to seeing more of this world as well as understanding even better how it sees me.

      Buona sera!

      P.S. Marco luckily mentioned that it is considered rude to say "ciao" for goodbye to the older ...

      The Castles of Rome

      A travel blog entry by tknoepke on Apr 28, 2013

      2 photos

      After spending Saturday holed up in the library, writing a paper and analyzing latin poems, I was invited to get out of the city for a while and visit Castelli Romani with Marta and her family. I enjoyed a fantastic lunch, trying every single dish, and finishing off with some lemon cake and other treats. All of us could barely keep our eyes open afterwards, needing a good nap, and felt very content ...

      When in Rome...

      A travel blog entry by heidi.buttercup on Apr 15, 2013

      1 comment, 26 photos

      ... the School of Athens and The Gallery of Maps, which map the whole of Italy. And of course ending with the main event, Michelangelo's masterpiece, the incredible Sistine Chapel. Unfortunately the room was packed shoulder to shoulder so we had to wait our turn to find a seat, you could break your neck trying to take it in while standing. But once seated we could comfortably gaze skyward and take in the mighty ceiling that attracts so much adoration, and rightly so. ...