Park Hotel Villa Saraceni

Address: S.S. 215 Tuscolana, Artena, Lazio, 00031, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on S.S. 215 Tuscolana, Artena, is near Appian Way and Labirinto.
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Travel Blogs from Artena

Discus Thrower

A travel blog entry by rland on Jan 11, 2015

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The discus thrower is an iconic piece in the Roman world. It began as a bronze statue, made first in Greece, which is hollow and needs less support. The Romans saw the statue and then began making their own in marble which was a more pricey stone. Marble, however, is much heavier so this discus thrower has supports as most marble structures do. The discus thrower is the epitome of perfection. His face has no wrinkles and is almost dull ...

Day of the Rome tours

A travel blog entry by katie.thorpe on Oct 04, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... decided to go to church with them instead. The tour finished with the changing of the Swiss guards outside the basilica, these guards must all be under 30 and from the German part of Switzerland. This afternoon we had a tour booked around the Colosseum and Palatine Hill. We ended up on a bit of an information overload, but at least it leaves tomorrow more free for us now. We had an English speaking Italian archeologist for our tour guide, who was very knowledgable and ...

Rome wasn't meant to be visited in a day

A travel blog entry by stuart.snyder on Sep 22, 2014

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... Victoria Emanuele monument an amazing piece of architecture built about 100 years ago to celebrate Italy being a country growing out of a number of city-states. Near there was a better view of the forum and Tragans column with reliefs that depict their victory over the Dacians (now Romania), which describes the warlike nature of the Roman Empire. They defeated the Dacians and the Dacian King committed suicide but the rest of the Dacian nobles ...

Pope house and the stuff in his shed out the back.

A travel blog entry by thecamino on Sep 13, 2014

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If the pope ever decided to upgrade his digs and relocate he would have the capacity to have what we would call the worlds greatest garage sale. The catholic church has acquired more stuff than the most impressive museums across the world. Todays visit to the Vatican museum didn't even scrape the surface but it was a completely full day none the less. Within the first hour we knew we were going to have to skip a few things as it took us an hour just to ...

Day 5 - Rome

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on Sep 07, 2013

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... of the 6 people we could recognize, but to no avail. Where had they disappeared to so quickly? We thought we had no other choice but to try to catch up with them. So we climbed up a marble staircase as this seemed the only way forward. There we had to go though a turnstile using tickets but we explained that our group was ahead and we were trying to catch up, so he waved us through. They weren't there. So we asked a guard what was the usual route tours took. He ...