Villa Campitelli

Address: Via Galba Sulpicio 4, Frascati, Lazio, 00044, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Galba Sulpicio 4, Frascati, is near Castel Gandolfo, Villa Aldobrandini, Alcazar, and Circeo Peninsula.
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        Travel Blogs from Frascati

        Off to the chariot races

        A travel blog entry by waynelucas on May 22, 2014

        4 photos

        ... corner. We wander through the depths of the forum now some five metres below today's ground level across to the main game - the Colosseum. I should never underestimate the value of the skip the queue tickets, it ran halfway round the place. Did you know that the building was constructed in such a manner that 60,000 people could get out in 10 minutes. Most modern stadiums in the world have some Colosseum design within. It would have been great if ...

        Of to Venice tomorrow

        A travel blog entry by chrissimonic on Sep 05, 2013

        7 photos

        ... taken back by the scene in front of me. there is a canal in front of the train station with ferries and taxi boats, there are people every were, and the only thing I want, is to stop and take a photo. We have to cross a bridge to get across the canal, we get a little lost, we sit down at a cafe and have a drink, talk to a very nice Canadian couple, we get on the net work out were we are and soon find our hotel, which we had ...

        And we came to Rome Part I

        A travel blog entry by brookskeith on May 06, 2013

        6 comments, 19 photos

        Today is the day I have been dreading since we first submitted the sabbatical grant proposal to the Lilly Foundation last spring. Today I bid farewell to Paul. It sounds a bit ridiculous to say about a man who has been dead and buried for the past 20 centuries, but I'm very, very sad. To have walked in even a few footsteps in the path the great Apostle walked, to have seen what he saw, read his words to every church to whom he wrote, and ...

        Borghese Gallery and Appian Way/Catacombs

        A travel blog entry by nancypatout on Jul 18, 2012

        9 photos

        ... the colder it got. In the church above the catacombs was a beautiful Bernini statue of Christ, and the (purported) footprints of Christ from the Quo Vadis legend. When we returned to Rome, we got a tour of San Clemente, which is a twelfth century Basilica on top of a fourth century Basilica on top of a second century Mithraic Temple and some earlier Roman buildings. Our tour guide compared Rome to a lasagna - if you dig down, you'll hit another layer ...

        Steph's Happy birthday weekend

        A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Jul 13, 2012

        20 photos

        ... invites exploration -- particularly the alleyways the locals call streets and the houses with balconies jutting out over the slopes. En Route to Castel Gandolfo The road to Gandolfo leads through a few worth-a-visit towns on the way. Genzano, on the other side of Lake Nemi, has views of the countryside and a 17th-century palace that belonged to the Sforza-Cesarini. Ariccia is an ancient town that sent representatives to meet with Tarquin the Proud on top of Monte Cavo 2,500 ...