Grande Albergo Miramare
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- TV Channel One Russia
- Conference facilities
- Swimming pool
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... are an architectural marvel and it's so cool to see things that would not pass any current building codes standing for centuries. The attention to detail of things that few people would notice is striking. Bruno says,"the Italian brain is always working, even when asleep". John says,"the Italian eye is always searching for beauty especially in the details". Rome was amazing as was Pompeii but the little villages and the people in them stole me heart ...
A very enjoyable trip from Lake Bracciano. We stopped at Sutri to visit the Amfitheatro and ancient caves. Unfortunately we couldn't visit the old town as it is closed on Mndays! We then visited Anzio and the Wartime Cemetary which was immaculate and a very quite peaceful and honourable place. We stopped for coffee and cake at a beach cafe and couldn't resist the Nutella tart....yum yum!
We then ...
After 6:15am Mass we got on the bus to go to Monte Cassino. The Abbey for the Benedictines is there. We went up the mountain to the Abbey and had a great tour. The story of the rock is that St. Benedict fell and God made the rock soft so his arm print is there. St. Scholastica liked doves and when she died St. Benedict saw doves. Then we left to go back to ...
Today we took a drive up to the village of Campodimele, whose signpost welcomes visitors with the claim: ‘Il Paese della Longevita’ - The Village of Longevity. The village is about 1,000 years old and situated on a mountain top in the Aurunci Mountains, about 25 km from the Tyrrhenian Sea coast (where Sperlonga is). The village is just a little cluster of medieval houses intertwined with stone staircases, ...
... Saint Francis of Assisi and most of the Popes made their way past. The Appian Way was on the grand tour of Europe. Thousands of Allied troops marching to free Italy left their mark as well
.The speaker was Gianamatullo an archeologist from Formia. He talked of everthing from how difficult traveling was in those days, to construction, to who used the road. . The road was constructed in 312 BC ...