Santa Severa

Via Aurelia 198, Santa Severa, Lazio, 00050, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santa Severa

Amalfi Coast

A travel blog entry by kimanddarryl


... to the port., or a lift if you're prepared to pay 1 euro each way per person. The town is very pretty with cobbles streets, (some pedestrian only), piazzas with gardens, cafés and shops. From Sorrento, you can visit lots of places on the Amalfi Coast. Cruise ships anchor off shore and bring people into the town each day, which fills the streets, shops etc. Most people ride motor scooters. They park them on the road and it is not unusual to see them lined ...

White collars for men & bad habits for women

A travel blog entry by waynelucas


... was Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Donny will go agog with all of the gold leaf work. They say second only to the main game in town for Christian art, even impressed John enough to take some PO 's. Wandered back for a nanna nap then a cheap feed close by. Expecting the newbies to be here around 11.00 pm. Our front door buzzer went off at around 9.30 pm with some Italian voice at the other end so took no notice. Then ...

Ancient Rome

A travel blog entry by lizziep


... 8211; to have a place that rivals stadiums of today and includes enough staircases and exits to allow the ancient Roman crowd of 50,000 to exit in 15 minutes? This is clearly the model for stadiums of today. 2000 years ago they built this! That’s incredible)

It was almost noon when we left the Colosseum, so we decided to be proactive and get lunch before we got too hangry. We walked a few blocks away and found a little restaurant. We ate and enjoyed the show ...


A travel blog entry by lalauram


... Vatican, and I can’t say I didn’t visit St. Peter’s Basilica!! But I got
through the line in less than a hour (surprisingly), and I am so thankful I
waited. It was like combining all the churches we have visited into one supercombo
artifact. My favorite part was probably getting to visit the tomb of Blessed
John Paul II and just praying there. Thank you Lord for making my last day in
Rome so… blessed.


Father's Day in Pompeii

A travel blog entry by michelemweber


... large. We only saw a small portion of it (as much as the heat would allow). We just toured it ourselves. It was way too hot to have a guide making us stop in the blaring sunshine at places we're not interested in to tell us things we don't care about. Okay, it wouldn't have been that bad, but we made several decisions based on shade so a guide would have driven us crazy and we would have driven him/her crazy. I would get one of the audio guides though if ...


This hotel, located in the Fiumicino Airport area of Santa Severa, is near Institute of Design and Culture.
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