Terme Di Stigliano

Address: Bagni di Stigliano 2, Canale Monterano, Lazio, 00060, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bagni di Stigliano 2, Canale Monterano.
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    Travel Blogs from Canale Monterano

    Exploring Rome

    A travel blog entry by larosa_m on Jun 21, 2015

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    ... we enjoyed a bruschetta and ravioli for entree and then had a steak and cutlet - I don't recommend the meat here so far... Much better in Australia. I'll have to try it again at another location. I also enjoyed a nice bottle of wine to myself hahah. It was a Cabernet. After dinner and dessert we headed to the colosseum to take some night time shots. Amazing to see it at night all lit up.. Then it was back to the hotel before another adventure ...

    Walking from Lucca to Rome 450ks

    A travel blog entry by raeyorg on May 17, 2015

    7 comments, 17 photos

    ... town. The walk would be very strenuous. We explored the area and had apperitifs on the main square. We were joined by a couple from Yorkshire who we met at the hotel reception earlier. We ended up having dinner with them. We got back to the room and there was a gecko on the ceiling. Helen wouldn't sleep with it there, so we got this poor young man to come and move it. He suggested we move rooms but we said no not at 11pm. He got a ladder and it ...

    WHEN IN ROME……..

    A travel blog entry by shazlking on Feb 18, 2015

    20 photos

    ... via the Arch of Constantine, right next to the Coliseum. We followed the Via Sacra through the middle of The Forum. The Forum, is heaps bigger than I expected. It is full of the ruins of amazing old buildings, between two of the Seven Hills of Rome - The Capitoline and The Palatine, which is where the mansions and palaces of Rome were built, high above the city.

    After seeing countless photos of the Arch of Titus all these years, it was good to see the real ...

    Last day in Italy

    A travel blog entry by rmjulieptex on Jan 11, 2015

    19 photos

    ... Assisi where St. Francis was a hermit, the Hermitage of San Damiano. Amazing little rooms and doorways and lots and lots of steps. Assisi was all about climbing. The next day we took a long bus ride to the place in the mountains in Tuscany where St Francis walked for retreat. It would take him 3 days to walk...barefooted. It is carved into the mountain with rooms descending deeper and deeper and deeper. He slept in a cave way down low on a thin pallet with ...

    Papa Francesco

    A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Oct 09, 2013

    29 photos

    ... of Hadrian riding a chariot. The statue is long gone. At some point after Rome fell, the tomb/mausoleum became a fortress and prison. When the archangel Michael miraculously appeared above and the structure was renamed in honor of St. Michael. There isn’t a secret tunnel connecting Sant’ Angelo with the Vatican. John kept asking, “Where’s the tunnel?” He’s disappointed. It is a bridge, clearly visible from the ...