Hotel Cavalluccio Marino

Address: Lungomare G Marconi 64, Santa Marinella, Lazio, 00058, Italy | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on Lungomare G Marconi 64, Santa Marinella, is near Cittavecchia (Old Quarter).
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      Travel Blogs from Santa Marinella

      Return to Ostia, and more!

      A travel blog entry by skyisblu on Sep 13, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... t be Italy if we had gotten it one the first try!). There was great food, good company, tasty wine. We all tasted and shared each other's meals, enjoyed classical roman dishes like fried artichokes, fresh anchovies, slow-cooked fagioli and pesto gnocchetti. It was all fantastic.

      Back to the apartment for a final packing, a final glass of limoncello, and a final chat around the table before we part ways tomorrow.


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      Rome and Cruise

      A travel blog entry by nzgreenies on Sep 02, 2014

      1 comment

      ... no customs here so not sure if this just because we are still in Europe. A nice looking man was standing among many with signs and his said 'Caroline and Barrie!' What a surprise, and he took us down to the carpark and instead of the expected shared shuttle we were on our own in his car so a very pleasant ride to the Hotel des Artistes through busy traffic. The hotel is very old and quaint, and although not much space or view in our room it's all very clean and ...

      Vatican City

      A travel blog entry by carlsen456 on Jun 14, 2014

      44 photos

      ... we worked our way there, through rooms of statues, frescoes, tapestries, and the old library. We were reminded every few minutes to be silent in the Sistine chapel by loudspeaker. It was newly restored. It was quite impressive though I never imagined the chapel to be a room in the museum. We all reflected on the work and sacrifice of Michelangelo. It is said he had a crook in his neck the rest of his ...

      Day 10 - a simple misunderstanding my dear

      A travel blog entry by moltomadmod on May 01, 2014

      2 comments, 1 photo

      Now you would have thought that a Scooter mod would be pleased to see a traditional bit of seaside. But our Paolo was distinctly unimpressed when he encountered the heaving throngs of Mayday holidaymaker in Civitavecchia this afternoon.
      "It was like Southend so I rode on a bit,'" said the middle class scooterist.
      Civitavecchia's loss is Santa Marinella's gain as Paul's safely ensconced in a comfortable ...

      The Better Pompei

      A travel blog entry by lindalochrie on Feb 28, 2014

      11 photos

      ... astonishing as Ostia. It was as if we were thrown back in time to the 4th century BC. It was Rome's first and most important port city until it was continuously ransacked by pirates and eventually the people of Ostia abandoned it. The apartment walls still hold their shape, although originally they were 4 stories high. You can literally walk down the same streets that existed thousands of years ago. The stones ...