Hotel Cacciani

Address: Via Diaz 13-15, Frascati, Lazio, 00044, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Diaz 13-15, Frascati, is near Castel Gandolfo, Villa Aldobrandini, Circeo Peninsula, and Alcazar.
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    Travel Blogs from Frascati

    Roaming in Rome

    A travel blog entry by blakeman on Apr 22, 2013

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    ... not the best way to describe it, but still Vatican city is it's own little thing. At the Cupola, we had offers to take the elevators, but we all chose the stairs. It was a long and extremely hard walk, steep too. Since when do I ever choose stairs over an elevator? Once we got about 3 quarters up, the walls started curving in, I cant even explain it. The walls and stairs would curve to the side like your walking sideways - obviously not as much but you get the jist. Which ...

    On the move

    A travel blog entry by krolf on Aug 03, 2012

    ... in every direction is quite the experience. We spent a good deal of time within the walls of Vatican City before making haste towards the Pantheon about 30 minutes away on foot.

    The buildings tower above us on every street, and around every bend is an important monument or ruin. Popes and Caesars alike sponsored many projects and public works in order to their mark, but also to gain favor with their people. Similar to an advertisement, every project in ...

    Steph's Happy birthday weekend

    A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Jul 13, 2012

    20 photos

    ... got him me, the Schianos came up and we had cake for my birthday ;@) Here's info from Frommers on the Castellini Romani area: For the Roman emperor and the wealthy cardinal in the heyday of the Renaissance, the Castelli Romani (Roman Castles) exerted a powerful lure, and they still do. The Castelli aren't castles, but hill towns -- many of them with an ancient history and several producing well-regarded wines. The ideal way to explore the hill towns is by car. But you can get ...

    Historical Rome

    A travel blog entry by babyangelhere on Sep 27, 2011

    16 photos


    We drove around to see the Colosseum and Piazza Venezia. Continue on foot to check out the
    Pantheon and Piazza Navona. Honour tradition at the Trevi Fountain and throw a coin in the fountain’s waters (it’s meant to improve your chances of returning to Rome!) or maybe hang out with your new friends at the Spanish Steps, sit back with a few slices of pizza and people

    We did a huge walking tour that night of Rome saw all ...

    All roads lead to Rome

    A travel blog entry by astephen on Jun 11, 2011

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    ... first day we felt completely and utterly lost. Rome was a complete shock to the system after the quaint beauty of Cinque Terre, but I like big cities and it didn’t take much longer than a day to feel completely comfortable and at ease.

    Unlike London, where people come from all corners of the earth and hold on to their customs and norms, Rome doesn’t let you be anything else than Italian. Rome belongs to the Italians, and if ...