In Centro - Il Poggio

Address: Via alla Costa, Moconesi, Italian Riviera, 16047, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via alla Costa, Moconesi, is near Castel Gandolfo, Villa Aldobrandini, Circeo Peninsula, and Alcazar.
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Travel Blogs from Moconesi

Roman Forum, Trastevere, Colosseum

A travel blog entry by slynne on Jul 19, 2015

... deal Popolo. Had a look around and got some gelato and saw the market (cheap ****** stuff) Sat in the square for a bit then said our goodbyes :( at 845 since the metro stops at 930 to get Lucy home in time. I walked home. Booked taxi for the morning... 30 euro. Can't be bothered planning the airport trip. Checked in for Ryanair but couldn't print ticket. Printed at hotels computer. Went out for dinner - king prawns and rocket with pasta. A little plain and dry. ...

Vatican City and Rome

A travel blog entry by adamjess on Jun 15, 2015

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... accepting bribes from other people so they could talk to a police man quicker!! So crazy! We still can't believe that it happened right in front of us and no one saw it happen!! Justin the trip leader had warned us that it could happen in the blink of an eye! We just didn't think it could actually happen! That night ad and I went for a little walk up the backstreets to this little Italian restaurant which was lovely!! Meals are so cheap!! €28 for entree main dessert and drinks!! ...

Welcome to Venice

A travel blog entry by aingram on May 10, 2015

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... used as part of Kate Middleton's wedding dress! There were amazing tablecloths too which were all very tempting. We had a masquerade party that night at our campsite so we all squeezed in to this 'local knowledge' shop to choose our masks. Of course it took me forever to choose the right one! We then went on a gondola ride through the canals. This was pretty cool but it made me nervous sometimes because it felt like it could tip quite easily. Some ...


A travel blog entry by shazlking on Feb 19, 2015

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... there in wonder for a while.

Back across the river, we were dropped in a square at the front of a very famous building.
The Pantheon is another remarkable building in Rome. It was built almost 2000 years ago by a chap called Marcus Agrippa. We just don't have anything that old in Australia! The Pantheon is a rotunda and you enter beneath a triangular pediment held up by elegant columns. It has the largest unreinforced dome in the ...


A travel blog entry by sammycali on Jan 09, 2015

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... be founders of Rome came along and this piece of art also symbolizes Rome. This symbol is on the soccer team of Rome's jerseys which helps show the importance of this statue. It really isn't known when this statue/ sculpture was made. I think this statue is a great symbol to help show how Rome's history had come to be. Also seeing that this ...