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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      Rome Day 4

      A travel blog entry by hbhs_on_tour on May 01, 2013

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      ... second biggest in Rome, and it is well-used by all. Families and kids cycle and drive around, old couples walk hand in hand and young couples canoodle in what appears to be a snapshot of the Roman psyche. I feel a little like I’m in, or watching a film. A phonecall from David disturbs my daydreaming, and I’m making off hot-foot to the rendezvous, where he tells me that the bus has been broken into and much of the luggage is gone, and worse still the ...

      Off to See the Pope

      A travel blog entry by kim.samra on Sep 11, 2012

      8 photos

      ... maps and frescoes. While all beautiful in their own right, we were looking forward to the highlights of the Raphael rooms, with frescoes by him and his students. The star of the show, without a doubt, was the "School of Athens". This was even more of a treat for us to see after having viewed the planning sketch of the piece back in Milan. The work had been recently restored and the colours are fantastic. I really love this piece, which shows the ...

      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 ...

      When in Rome........

      A travel blog entry by greg_and_claire on Apr 22, 2012

      36 photos

      ... 8217;s famous frescos on the ceiling and walls. The Chapel was smaller and darker than we expected and was more like a ‘hall’ than a ‘church’. The frescos were, however, massive and incredible! You could easily spend hours examining all the various scenes. It was also the only part of Vatican City where photos were not allowed. However, we had been in Italy for almost seven weeks and knew that Italian rules were meant to be ...

      Roma Antica

      A travel blog entry by tnardo on Jul 12, 2011

      2 comments, 19 photos

      ... it to mud. The meeting place of our tour was on the Colloseum side of the Arch of Constantine and when no one seemed to be there to meet us, I called Helen, our tour contact. She said she was sure that "Anton" was on his way, which he was. Dressed in long pants and a long-sleeve shirt, Anton looked way over-dressed for a day like today, but Italian men have a thing about shorts: they don't wear them beyond the beach. It turns out ...