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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Flight home

A travel blog entry by meeksy on Sep 30, 2014

As expected the flight home was long and boring. With a four wait in Dubai looming we took advantage of the Emirates lounge And were able to shower, thank goodness for QANTAS Club membership. We were to have a four hour wait in Brisbane however we were lucky enough to get seats on the 8:00am flight - good things do happen �� So happy to see our girls after six weeks. To sum up we had a ...

Bodies & Bones

A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Sep 19, 2014

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... and I didn't even get on to the martyrs! I heard a particularly gruesome story about St Cecilia but we'll leave that for another time. Next we visited the Basilica of San Clemente (St Clement). Now this was impressive! This is a building that dates from the 11th century although the outside walls date from the 1700s. Turns out that this is built on top of an earlier bigger basilica that dates from the 4th century. Underneath that is a house and some flats that date from ...


A travel blog entry by bruce-abernethy on Sep 01, 2014

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... and with Bronte holding it high - just in case the owner was close by - proceeded to the nearest uniform. He read Bronte's mood very well and solemnly accepted the camera and promised to find the rightful owner. Bronte felt completely vindicated. Good for her. Do the right thing and feel good. It was still hot, we had kilometres under our feet, and our touristic zeal was flagging. A drink? Oh yes! Unlike the Colosseum, this part of Rome was open for business. Its a ...

The Forum and the Colosseum.

A travel blog entry by pomeroys on Jun 30, 2014

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... we went inside the colosseum. There they held legendary battles between man and beast, and sometimes between man and man. There we got to sit where the king sat while he was watching the games. The real name for the Colosseum is the Flavian Amphitheater. It was nicknamed the Colosseum because of the colossal statue of Nero outside.


A Laboring Day

A travel blog entry by meyerthomas81 on May 02, 2013

... who don't know anything about the Colliseum...just search on Wikipedia. I don't feel like getting into it. I can sum up a little about Ancient Rome, though: It was pretty damn cool (looking), and then it lost its power. And then people looted it, and melted down its cool stuff, cuz they were *****. And then the Popes used pieces of it to build the Vatican, cuz they were *****. And then Mussolini ripped some of it down, cuz he was a dick. So basically, ...