Hotel All'Olivo

Address: Via Palmiro Togliatti 15, Tarquinia, Lazio, 01016, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Via Palmiro Togliatti 15, Tarquinia.
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      Travel Blogs from Tarquinia

      Day 9

      A travel blog entry by livsteadman on Dec 15, 2014

      After a hectic weekend, it was nice to have a bit of a break today! I spent the day finishing my unpacking, and then heading down to the cafe with Aunty Savina once she had finished work. The rest of this week is pretty quiet also, due to my Aunty working however on the weekend we're going to Rome which is exciting! ...

      Day 4

      A travel blog entry by livsteadman on Dec 10, 2014

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      Day 4 was filled with more rest and relaxation with waking up and watching the 2014 Victoria Secret Fashion Show. What a show and really fabulous performers this year of Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande, Ed Sheeran and Hozier. My favourite was the last theme of the Dream Girls where Taylor Swift performed her song ...

      Etruscan History

      A travel blog entry by divansanten on Nov 05, 2014

      9 photos

      ... the Roman civilization that followed it. Women were highly respected.











      Strolled around the old city roads in the afternoon and got caught in late evening rain on the way home and stopped at a small cafe, ...

      Visit to the Vatican and St Peters Basilica

      A travel blog entry by trish14 on Oct 01, 2012

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... route marked off for the line ups and were able to walk right into the church. I'm so glad we did because it was definitely worth seeing. Another amazing place to see. I'm glad we decided to give Rome another chance....I really did want to see the Vatican, Sistine Chapel and St Peters basilica. There were no crowds and the whole experience was much better than our trip on Saturday. We finished our visit around 2:30 and then headed back to the campground to join ...

      Cremations, Inhumations and Imitations...oh my!

      A travel blog entry by magistrasmith on Jun 24, 2010

      5 photos

      ... under the earth"; they are dug down into the rock/ground and the dead were buried in chambers that were decorated with frescoes depicting scenes (often scandalous) from life. The frescoes also contain mythical scenes, most often of Dionysiac rites....you know, the whole "eat, drink and be merry". Unfortunately I was not allowed to photograph these graves but I did get a DVD for my students to see.
      These burials are called "inhumations" since the dead ...