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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    Travel Blogs from Cerveteri

    OUR FAMILY ITALIAN ROAD TRIP part 1

    A travel blog entry by gregor28 on Jul 14, 2015

    ... degree in engineering and had gotten an irresistible offer to move to California. Thus he didn’t need his car anymore, and was unable to sell it. Used cars can be extremely cheap in Europe and if your car is over 10 years old you’re probably going to be unable to sell it.
    This car was so old he wouldn't get any money and on top of that he was going to have to pay to get it towed away. Since he wasn’t going to get ...

    Ooooooooh Fancy Things!

    A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on Jun 18, 2015

    15 photos

    ... What I didn’t expect was yet another church with a load of, who I took to be tourists piling in. I managed to persuade Mattijs to have a look inside. It was easily one of the most beautiful churches I had seen in Italy, reminiscent of the cathedral we had seen at the beginning of our trip in Prague.

    While gawping around us in awe, next thing we knew, everyone was sitting in the pews. I took them to be punter tour groups who were sitting down to take ...

    Day 21 - History x 1000

    A travel blog entry by scottheldon on May 27, 2015

    45 photos

    ... are superb. I got some fantastic photos. There was even a seagull posing for photos at the top - I kid you not! Once my legs started to give out I made for the exit, then walked into the city proper and had lunch. After eating and having a bit of a rest, it was just a sort walk to the Pantheon. This was the first monumental building I've seen that was actually smaller than I was expecting. It sits right in the middle of a maze of tiny streets and ...

    We have arrived!

    A travel blog entry by saigonjovi on Apr 13, 2015

    13 comments, 61 photos

    ... headed to Trevi Fountain which is closed for renovation but we were still able to see it somewhat even with all the scaffolding around it. We had our first gelato at a super cute place called Gelateria del Teatro, WOW!!! I had the pinenuts and custard along with sage & raspberry, soooooooooooo soooooo damn good! By this time my dogs were barking so loud and my back was as well. even Brian's back is hurting. We also passed by a ...

    Pieta

    A travel blog entry by gunnarpatrick on Jan 13, 2015

    1 photo

    ... that was to come latter. Like in earlier Roman history, art moved from a symbolic representation, to a portrayal of reality in a moment. This uses both of those themes as Michelangelo was working during this shift and influenced it as well. The sculpture looks very real and that is where the power comes from, yet Mary is in her perfect, platonic form where not even the corpse of her son can bring ...