L'Isola di Rosa

Address: Via del Grano 20, Cerveteri, Lazio, 00052, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via del Grano 20, Cerveteri, is near Necropolis, Cerveteri, and Monterano Natural Preserve.
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      Day 53 - Rome

      A travel blog entry by tiannarae on Oct 25, 2014

      16 photos

      ... Raphel. In modern times it became the church to St. Mary. After the Pantheon we walked to the Trevi Fountain. On our journey there we watched the street artists paint with spray paint. It was very impressive. If I had a way to not squish the art I would have purchased one. The Trevi fountain was under construction. I was so disappointed. The fountain is built at a spot where a aqueduct was constructed under the rule of Augustus. The legend was ...

      Venice and the magic of La Serenissima (Day 11)

      A travel blog entry by kezzapotz on Oct 01, 2014

      9 photos

      ... milk glass (lattimo), and imitation gemstones made of glass. Today, the artisans of Murano are still employing these centuries-old techniques, crafting everything from contemporary art glass and glass figurines to Murano glass chandeliers and wine stoppers, as well as tourist souvenirs. We watched a glass blowing demonstration - the guy has 18 years experience in glass blowing techniques and amazed us with producing a glass vase with handles and a horse statue (standing on ...

      Surely there is a Catholic Church in Rome

      A travel blog entry by julieandnick on Sep 16, 2014

      4 comments, 12 photos

      ... or one for tour groups only. The difference is the exit for average tourists takes you outside the Vatican Museum, the other to St Peters Basilica which saves you 1 or 2 kilometres walking. So MDW and I tagged on behind a tour group and there we were at the entrance with no queuing. Personally St Peters was more impressive than the Sistine Chapel. All of the marble carvings are incredible. Also there are several small chapels for people to enter and reflect or ...

      St Peters the inside story

      A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 18, 2014

      3 photos

      ... Constantine I erected the first Saint Peter’s Basilica, on top of Saint Peter’s original burial site, considering the holiness of this place.In the 16th century Old Saint Peter’s Basilica was dismantled to make way for the construction of the current church. In 1939 Pope Pius XI sponsored the archaeological excavations allegedly because he wanted to be buried as close as possible to Peter the Apostle. This is how the ...

      Nothing in Rome ever truly falls down

      A travel blog entry by jmayo on Jul 01, 2014

      4 comments, 26 photos

      ... after our first request we finally got it. They're just not in a hurry, which is fine...but sitting at a table with no food or drink isn't how we prefer to spend our time. For dinner it's the same if not worse, especially since we haven't been that hungry. We have eaten in several places for dinner, but haven't done the multiple course ordeal yet. (Not sure our stomachs will be up for it before we leave - it's too hot to eat!) On top of this, most places ...