Hotel Miramare

Address: Via Trieste 3, Ladispoli, Lazio, 00055, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Trieste 3, Ladispoli, is near Necropolis, Cerveteri, and Monterano Natural Preserve.
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    A travel blog entry by abbyprutzman on Jan 19, 2015

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    ... she was worthless and could no longer bare. Not wanting to tell her husband, Lucretia calls for Brutus and proceeds to commit suicide as he watches. After hearing from Lucretia what happened and watching her commit suicide Brutus becomes very angry. He then picked up Lucretia's body and carrying her outside begins to shout "look what the king has done", "it is the kings ...

    Rome - Day 3 - Pompeii and Herculaneum

    A travel blog entry by chrismoselen on Dec 09, 2014

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    ... by us getting on the wrong train to start with. With the kind help of a local this was soon remedied and we were there. The weather was fine but cool and there was a sharp breeze blowing at Pompeii which I had anticipated so at least we had the right clothes. Pompeii itself is impressive and though I had been before I remembered very little about it. It really is the complete outline of a city almost intact except for any ...

    Exploring Rome

    A travel blog entry by wendyandjohn on Aug 04, 2014

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    ... the forum and we found our car again. Next stop the Pantheon. We had lunch at a little restaurant and sat in the "air conditioning" for a while as we ate lunch. It was not much cooler than outside. We saw the massive Pantheon dome which was architecturally amazing, the tomb of Raphaelo and a big round hole seven metres wide in the centre of the dome. The floor was sloped though so that the water would run away. Next stop was the piazza Navone with its massive ...

    The Greatness of Rome, Gladiators and Gore!

    A travel blog entry by vrgaurav on Jul 30, 2013

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    ... to grand fountains (such as the Trevi) which showcased the abundant supply of water Rome always enjoyed because of its aqueducts.

    The Pantheon, see photo attached, with sixteen large Corinthian columns was (and this is the amazing part!) carved out of a single block of stone! Simply amazing!

    Enjoy the photos!


    Off to The Beach: Day 3

    A travel blog entry by kaylanreid on Jul 21, 2013

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    ... m not going to lie, it was a scene right out of a horror film. The air was silent, we were the only people on the track awaiting the train, and the eeriness was all around us. Thankfully we were joined by 3 females and I was instantly at ease.

    Once we hopped on the train, we were greeted by a familiar American accent, a guy named Adam from San Fran! He was quite the character. He had no ...