In Centro - Il Poggio

Address: Via alla Costa, Moconesi, Italian Riviera, 16047, Italy | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Via alla Costa, Moconesi, is near Castel Gandolfo, Villa Aldobrandini, Circeo Peninsula, and Alcazar.
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Roaming around Rome

A travel blog entry by amazingrace2015 on Jun 10, 2015

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... most current available): 61,070,224 as of July 1st 2014

  • Country Population (in 1900): 32,000,000
  • Average Life Males: 79.8 years Females: 84.7 years
  • Castel Sant' Angelo

    A travel blog entry by ckeeter on Jan 16, 2015

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    The Castel Sant' Angelo is a large shaped circular castle. It's located in Rome right across the river. It was built as a mausoleum for Emperor Hadrian and his family. The emperor and his families ashes were buried at the Castel after their death. Emperors that followed Hadrian followed this tradition and had their ashes buried there as well. The building of the castle emphasizes the richness ...

    Rome

    A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Oct 28, 2014

    5 photos

    ... where we came to the Area Sacre, another new site for us. It looked to be ruins of three Roman temples next to each other, with some cats roaming around them. There was a sign saying the cats are all desexed and cared for, so not sure what that was all about. Continued along the Corso where we came across another of the four museums we could visit. This one was of an old theatre and crypt, but we did not want to wait the 50 minutes for a tour to the ...

    Day 9: Roma Antica

    A travel blog entry by bkseitz on Sep 21, 2014

    47 photos

    ... the time (Europe, Asia, Africa & America). The Egyptian obelisk in the middle is a unique reminder of how the Roman Empire blended the architecture of Greece, Egypt and the Renaissance. From here, we passed the Basilica of Neptune (possibly used as a support structure for the Pantheon) where you can spot scenes of dolphins and fish on some of the ancient remains. This is also where we learned the brick structures we see today is not how the Romans viewed these sites. Bricks ...

    Popes, Past and Present.

    A travel blog entry by cranleystravels on Aug 24, 2014

    2 comments, 13 photos

    Started with the present first up today. We heard the Pope was in town and going to address the people at noon, so thought it would be rude not to make the effort.
    After a sleep in of sorts we wandered down to St Peter's Square to join the faithful and wait. "P" minus 2 hours.
    We enjoyed very much the people watching and were a little bemused at times at the way everyone behaved. There were many, many ...