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

      Stroll Like A Roman

      A travel blog entry by clark64 on Jan 01, 2015

      4 photos

      ... The afternoon stroll took us back to Ancient Rome to get a closer look at the ruins. We walked past the Victor Emmanuel Monument to Michelangelo's grand stairway which offered a great view of Rome. We circled around the base of the Capitoline Hill, which was home to the Temple of Jupiter and the centre of the city's government for 2500 years, then came upon the backside of the Forum. Wow. It was amazing to see the ruins ...

      Mission impossible!

      A travel blog entry by kcsinasia on Oct 17, 2014

      1 comment, 17 photos

      Martin began this morning by passing out transit tickets, and then educating us about the Metro, Rome's underground. He spread us out all along the platform:"if you go to either end, not the middle where all the people will be, you will have a better chance of getting a seat." Hah! The four of us at our end barely squeezed onto the car! For the first few stops, falling down was not even an option! Karen got to sit after someone left, but the rest of us stayed upright ...

      Day 9: Roma Antica

      A travel blog entry by bkseitz on Sep 21, 2014

      47 photos

      ... at our first restaurant of the night for a drink and to tell the hostess thanks again. We quickly started to notice all the fresh ingredients at the bar and soon witnessed a true mixologist in action! Jeff had an Italian version of the Manhattan, Bryan had a Italian signature drink with Bourbon replacing Gin, Mom sipped on lemon cello while I enjoyed a ginger-lemon cocktail! These hand crafted drinks were spectacular and have the fun was watching them be made - it literally looked ...

      The First Step is the Hardest

      A travel blog entry by aschneider on Aug 18, 2014

      3 comments, 1 photo

      ... to help me get set up with a new SIM card for my phone. Thank heavens for her! The process would have been easy enough, but navigating the Italian could have brought me to my knees at this early point. Stepping off the bus upon my return home, I felt proud of myself for navigating an unfamiliar city. I can do this. It's the first step that's the hardest. And how do I reward myself? Sipping on my first freshly brewed espresso in my new home as I ...

      The best city in Italie

      A travel blog entry by amarina.rose on May 20, 2013

      116 photos

      ... not filled with skulls and bones, as they said it gives the feeling of being surrounded by death, since you are...so I chose a particular one that had emptied out the majority of bones. After the tour I went in privately with the priest, a Phillipino man, who gave the tour and he showed me some other bones that had been there for many many years, they were virtually flat. A woman's body we saw inside a casing with a glass top was so ...