Citta dei Papi Hotel

Address: Via Anticolana Km 0,300, Anagni, Lazio, 03012, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Via Anticolana Km 0,300, Anagni.
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Travel Blogs from Anagni

Day 29 Last Day in Rome!

A travel blog entry by nannaontour2014 on Sep 29, 2014

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... that; it was delayed an hour. When we arrived in the UK at Stansted airport, it was clogged with people (yes, even after midnight) so we queued > an hour then took a coach ride (an hour and a half) then a black taxi ride (highlight of the night for all the right reasons - smooth and comfy, a helpful driver, a safe sedate ride) and arrived at Whitton Way at 4.35am. Maria left a welcoming light on, and even got up to greet us, bless ...

The day we expored the local countryside

A travel blog entry by twoplusfour on Aug 25, 2014

26 photos

... is getting married so that we know how far everything is and are sure of knowing where we are going!


We ended up going down a little local road which then just petered out into farmland! Obviously ...

St Peters the inside story

A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 18, 2014

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... heard that there have been 2 structures built on this site which was originally a circus. As the new structures were built the older areas were filled in with dirt and built up. A bit of Roman history During the year 64 AD when crazy maniac Nero was emperor of Rome a great fire occurred that destroyed a large area of the city. Many blamed the fire on Nero (who later built his Golden House over the destroyed area, hmmm, kind of suspicious, ...

A Trip to the Seaside via Ancient Rome's Port

A travel blog entry by pfkahney on Jun 02, 2014

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... a flourishing commercial center inhabited by upwards of 100,000 people, whose apartment buildings, taverns, and grocery shops are still intact.(From Italy Online)
Fortunately the silting of the river has helped preserve the ruins.
On the way we saw from the train Mussolini's vision of future Italy, dedicated to poets, navigators, etc. etc. - a stylish "Square Coliseum" built for the World's Fair in 1942, which never took place. ...

Day Eight - The Rest Day

A travel blog entry by needlemind on Jun 13, 2013

2 comments, 1 photo

After the madness of Rome, today was an opportunity to rest and recover in Fiuggi. No big travels planned, no mad dash in the morning, no worries. I decided to spend the first part of the day walking around the town, there wasn't a lot to see but the exercise was good. I spent some time exploring a local park before coming across signs for the old town, I started to walk that way, explored a ...