Hotel Tamanaco

Address: Via Betulle 2, Fiuggi, Lazio, 03014, Italy | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Via Betulle 2, Fiuggi, is near Alatri (Hernici Aletrium).
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Travel Blogs from Fiuggi

Historical Villas

A travel blog entry by divansanten on Nov 05, 2014

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... villa fell into disuse and was partially ruined.















In the 16th century, much of the marble and statues in Hadrian's Villa removed to decorate the religious Villa d’Este located ...

And the Wheels Keep Turning...

A travel blog entry by katiespellmeyer on Nov 04, 2014

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"Il dolce far niente". This is the phrase with which myself and my fellow classmates were greeted this past May at a dinner welcoming us to the University of Dallas fall Rome program class. My first thought: "shoot. I don't speak Italian, this could be a problem." But just as I was thinking of this language barrier I hadn't really considered very much before they translated this foreign phrase. "Il dolce far niente" means "the sweetness of doing nothing" in Italian. I was quick ...

Garden of Ninfa

A travel blog entry by dani.searle1 on Nov 02, 2014

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... over, sacked, beset by malaria and eventually Ninfa was abandoned to the elements. A neglected part of the estate of the aristocratic Caetani family, Ninfa was left to slumber until the twentieth century when descendents transformed the town's ruins into a botanical garden. The last owner, Lelia Caetani, left the garden to a foundation who now run the site. Now plants wind over ruined ...

I Should Really Join a Frequent Flyer Program...

A travel blog entry by katiespellmeyer on Oct 29, 2014

... that make the Cotral buses gross. We made it back to campus just at 8, giving me enough time to grab my notebook and head to class. It might have been the funniest/weirdest class I’ve ever had. It was solely dedicated to Othello (which had not finished before class, so did not know Desdemona died…. That was a shock), which, anyone who has read/remembers it would know how suggestive that play is. Despite how odd it was we were actually able to have a good lecture over ...

Tivoli

A travel blog entry by emkay100 on Sep 28, 2014

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... cave and emerges into the open about 50 metres away. On the other side, the waterfall drops over 100 metres straight down. This waterfall is the result of tunnels being dug in 1832 at the command of Pope Gregory XVI after a flood six years earlier killed many people and destroyed much of the town. Near the top by the exit are the ruins of a early villa -Villa Manilus Vopiscus who was a Roman consul in 114AD. Not a lot of it left, just what appear to be cellars and one room ...

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