Hotel La Playa

Address: Passeggiata delle Sirene, 92, Anzio, Lazio, 00040, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Passeggiata delle Sirene, 92, Anzio, is near Palace of Domitian (Domus Flavia).
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    Travel Blogs from Anzio

    American Cemetrey & Anzio

    A travel blog entry by linarogers on Nov 23, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... We had a lovely day with Antonietta and Toni. Firstly we drove to Nettuno, to see the Rome & Sicily American Cemetery – most impressive. Then near to the Saint Maria Goretti Church near to the seaside we had lunch at (wait for it) a Chinese Restaurant!! We have hardly seen anything other than Italian ones but the food was fine and we all enjoyed lunch. Next we drove down ...

    Day 3 En Route to Rome

    A travel blog entry by nickandjo on May 02, 2014

    12 photos

    ... we got out on the deck to take some photographs and video. Either side of the Straits are two pylons which used to carry high voltage electricity across to Sicily. The cables would have prevented us from transiting the strait but they have now been replaced by underwater cables. There is a plan to build a bridge across the Messina Strait but this has been shelved whilst Italy saves up or Angel Merkel decides Europe can afford ...

    A Day In Hell

    A travel blog entry by jcleiker3 on Jun 04, 2013

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... great friends . Roscoe was a man from the hills of West Virginia who had just been married before he was sent to war. Roscoe served in the same division and infantry as the sergeant . The two had shared a foxhole for months. The blanket/rug covering their hole had to have all the dirt shaken off. The two flipped a coin to see who was going to do it. Roscoe lost and went to shake the covers, when he did at that moment a mortar hit and the ...

    Not sure what he said, but I heard him say it

    A travel blog entry by ksmokes on Mar 13, 2013

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... subway to get to the Vatican, the city was in a huge tizzy. People running from everywhere to get into the subway, only to find it was too full to fit more than a few people on at a time. We forced our way on, however, and were on our way. It was the slowest train I’ve ever been on. Once it got to the Ottaviano Metro stop, the train was emptied in a few minutes. When we got up to the street level, everyone was running again. Full out sprinting. ...

    Ancient History

    A travel blog entry by krolf on Aug 02, 2012

    ... believed. Built over the course of 8 years via slave labor, the Coliseum utilized technologies such as latrines, trap doors, and fountains to create a comfortable and exciting experience for the crowd. It was important that the locals enjoyed the events hosted by the emperor, because without support, change was imminent.

    While the typical visitor gets to wait in line and view the arena from the first tier, our particular tour skipped ...