Hotel Antica Locanda della Francigena

Address: Strada Ponterello snc, Vetralla, Lazio, 01019, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Strada Ponterello snc, Vetralla, is near Lago di Vico.
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    Travel Blogs from Vetralla

    Let's NOT Go To Sorrento today...

    A travel blog entry by thehuntfamily on Aug 13, 2015

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    We awoke to a beautiful hot sunny day and the kids were extremely pleased that we were going to have to stay at this site for an extra day with its lovely pool. Mike and I spoke to various insurance people and Italy's equivalent of Autoglass. Eventually the best option we had was to get an Emergency repair of perspex and tape done on the outskirts of Rome. No one nearby had the correct parts to fix it properly and quickly. They wouldn't/couldn't come to us so Mike ...

    The eternal city Rome in

    A travel blog entry by janerob55 on Jul 07, 2015

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    ... consisting of 4 rows of doric columns, encircling a giant ellipse that straightens out to funnel believers into the basilica. Bernini described it as representing the motherly arms of the church. There are 248 columns in all . The 25m obelisk in the centre was bought to Rome by Caligula from Egypt and later used by Nero as turning post in Chariot races. . We drove past what would have been the chariot races track with the solo pine tree being the ...

    Rome - Day 13

    A travel blog entry by coznlinda on Sep 20, 2013

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    We leave this afternoon for Sorrento, so we will try to squeeze in a few more sights but are headed to the Borghese Gallery. It's a former home of a cardinal who managed to collect a vast collection of art. The highlights are his Bernini sculptures (Apollo Chasing Daphne---look it up) which are incredible. I visited the BG on my first visit in 2007 but I knew that Robin would enjoy the art work so it is a good excuse to go again. Our ...

    Second day in Roma.

    A travel blog entry by skyblue738 on Sep 06, 2013

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    ... Her instruction were , take this train to where you started and start all over again. Ha ha.

    By the time we reached our hotel, it was to late to go out to eat. (And we were way to tired)
    So, we stopped at a market and bought grapes, prosciutto , bread and cheese. Oh of course a bit of vino. That was our dinner which we enjoyed from out terrace overlooking the Sistine chapel, and on that note,
    We bid you buona notte.


    1691. A Magical Journey

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 22, 2013

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    ... in natural beauty and the ultimate in human ingenuity come together. So maybe a large dam on top of a mountain isn't so out of place. The reservour on the other side is quite large. With the rather barren, treeless landscape around I'd feels a little more like Morocco than Switzerland--except for the patches of leftover snow near the shore. Should I do it? I have to. Take a swim in the frigid waters of Lake Spluga, and take a selfie to document this moment ...