Citta dei Papi Hotel

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

Pompei Day

A travel blog entry by eddie.in.europe on Apr 07, 2014

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Italo had a fever so Jono and I journeyed by train to Pompei. There was a €11 admission fee each to enter the ruins of Pompei but we convinced them we were EU citizens from the UK so we got in for half price. People from all over the world, travelled to see this site but if you think about it, Mt. Vesuvius had massacred a whole city of people. It was daunting to visualise the erruption and the helpless ...

CIAO ITALIA

A travel blog entry by wanderlustbree on Mar 22, 2014

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... million tourists each year, The Trevi Fountain is packed with people all wanting to get photos at this beautiful monument. Originally built as a tribute to the element Water it was said that this fountain held special powers to rebirth all who consume it to their purest form. It was also believed that 3 coins were needed to be thrown in. The First coin was a promise with Rome that you would return after battle, The second was for a ...

A day in the country with the locals

A travel blog entry by dianneswisher12 on Oct 26, 2013

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... to me. It is also called the soldiers drink because it warms you up. It is medicine for sick stomach. It kills everything in your stomach....more on that after lun cha.We are driving on very narrow roads up the mountain through forested areas vineyards stacked in terraces on the mountain side. We visited Valmalenco a mine In the mountains. In this small mountain area they have 300 minerals including Asbestos that looks like hair growing out ...

Day Eight - The Rest Day

A travel blog entry by needlemind on Jun 13, 2013

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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 ...

Roma, Firenze, Pisa, Lucca and Venice

A travel blog entry by ezandkate on Sep 10, 2012

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... Weather was gorgeous, blue skies although quite hot at this time of year. Managed to get ourselves a small apartment near Palatine Hill which was perfect although we had to wait an hour for someone to bring us the keys. We didnt have great access to the metro where we were so we decided to buy a 48 hour hop on hop off bus ticket (ho-ho) which took us everywhere we wanted to go to in the three days we had there. Ho-ho's are a great way of seeing the city and getting ...