Terme Di Stigliano
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Terme Di Stigliano Canale Monterano
Travel Blogs from Canale Monterano
... new rooms began to become visible. He was able to piece together the possible name of the Roman general who built the villa and the farming that took place there. Olive oil There is an ancient olive grove on the property and after some experts did some tests it was determined that many of the species of olives found on this site have not been catalogued before. Carbon dating of some of the trees place them ...
Another lazy day, drifted up for breakfast 10am. Our TV wasn't doing anything so we phoned recept. The TV is the life line. Cruise account, we're given a card which opens our cabin door, acts as a charge card on board, is scanned when ever you leave the ship, and when you return, this has been the system on the other cruises we did also. But now the TV shows the account transactions and balance, all photos taken by the ...
... 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 ...
... looks like in the Blenheim area. The walk through the crypt would have been spookier but for the explanations/information that was given about each display. The Capuchin Crypt is a small space comprising several tiny chapels located beneath the church of Santa Maria in Rome. It contains the skeletal remains of 3,700 bodies believed to be Capuchin friars buried by their order., The Catholic order insists that the display is not meant to be macabre, but a silent ...
... chapel. Because we can't take photos in there I've had to borrow some from Google. After one interesting and enjoyable tour we walked back towards the main part of town for some lunch. The waiter at the pizzeria we stopped at said he has the best pizzas in the world. So we shared a 4 cheese pizza, then I had lasagne, Adam had a calzone and Alex had gnocchi. The pizza was nice, but best ever? I don't think so. And the pasta meals were ordinary. We ...