Hotel Ostello del Borgo

Address: Largo San Giovanni 6, Piazza Armerina, Sicily, 94015, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Largo San Giovanni 6, Piazza Armerina.
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    Travel Blogs from Piazza Armerina

    Making new friends in Delia

    A travel blog entry by suzieb2 on Aug 25, 2015

    10 photos

    ... under, with the balcony in the corner that Maria was watching us from.

    The whole family was so welcoming, really amazing hosts. Fiorella was our translator, and impressively has been teaching herself english, as well as piano. I didnt hear her play piano but her english was very strong and Im sure she is going to do well when she heads to university to study languages. Maria's ...

    Roman Villa in Central Sicily

    A travel blog entry by suzieb2 on Aug 25, 2015

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    These pictures are from our stop at Piazza Armerina in central Sicily to see the famous mosaics in a huge Roman Villa located here. It was a bit out of the way but worth the visit. The Villa Romana del Casale (Roman Country House) , originally the property of a powerful Roman family, dates back to the ...

    Falling in love.....

    A travel blog entry by isabellasail on Jul 30, 2015

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    ... even with a bowthruster!

    Both Trapani and Sciacca are a little run down but absolutely charming and we spent an extra day in Sciacca because the high winds continued and we weren't too keen to leave. The walk up to the town is via around 200 steps but we were rewarded with magnificent views and delicious Italian ice cream!

    Many of the streets were decorated with upside down umbrellas of all colours and there was a ...

    Ancient Roman Villa

    A travel blog entry by colebuck on Jan 06, 2015

    ... depicting Greek mythology, the rise of the Roman Empire, and specific uses of certain rooms indicate the life and style of art that's seen by the Ancient Roman culture in Rome today. The Romans would've used the villa as a living space, dining area, bathing location, etc. It was easy to tell that the villa was a ...

    Greek Amphitheaters

    A travel blog entry by colebuck on Jan 06, 2015

    ... people in attendance. Years later, the same type of architecture of these ancient Greek amphitheaters was re-established in Rome. Its seems that the Ancient Romans used the design of these ancient Greek amphitheaters in the development of there own entertainment facilities. The architectural design of the large stone amphitheater even resembled the inside design of the Colosseum, built centuries ...