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

      Market & the Vatican

      A travel blog entry by linarogers on Dec 02, 2014

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... We were able to spend a long time looking at everything again and it truly is a man-made wonder of the world. We then walked up to Via Ottoviano, which was the area we stayed in 2008. It is a lovely street with fashion shops and cafes and was nice to walk down – wasn’t in the mood for buying stuff especially when the lady wouldn’t let me try clothes on other than over what I was already wearing. WTF??? We also found Via Germanico and ...

      I'm in Rome!

      A travel blog entry by chel.ro on Oct 05, 2014

      13 photos

      ... s when we experienced our first thunderstorm! Wow. When it rains here it really rains. And it's totally out of the blue. It rained so hard that we kind of gave up on exploring and just found a place to eat. And boy did we pick the right place! Food is awesome here. Always. I have not eaten anything that I did not absolutely love. As we have since found out, we stopped exploring right around the corner from the colosseum. Which is so crazy. Oh! And I finally found a knee brace! Our ...

      Bodies & Bones

      A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Sep 19, 2014

      5 photos

      ... again there were no pews or seats here except for some side altars. (I wonder where they store the pews in between functions?) The "Pieta" is the standout piece of art - again by Michelangelo. Raphael also contributed a lot to the Vatican but the other artist worthy of note is Bernini. He is responsible for the main altar and columns and designed St Peter's square. As well he designed most of the fountains in Rome. I think he is credited with over 3,000 works of art so is ...

      Day 23 Last Day in Roma

      A travel blog entry by yaffa on Aug 17, 2014

      Well today was defiantly the laziest start to the day that we had, spent morning skyping and vibering family. We decided that today we would go our own ways as we both wanted to do different things, so at 9.30 Morris and I headed out towards the jewish area of Rome, so we checked Map and Morris the Navigator found where we needed to go, so close, in fact the 1st day when we found the Shul, if we had walked up instead of down one street, we would have seen the kosher ...

      Rome - Day 2

      A travel blog entry by narelle.grayson on May 21, 2014

      36 photos

      ... In the afternoon, we were going to walk to Villa Borghese, but ended up taking a detour to the Colosseum. We walked around a corner and were struck by the enormous white marble building - Il Vittoriano which is a monument to Italy's first king, Vittorio Emanuelle II. This lead us in the wrong direction and after Jillian said "what's that half falling down building in the distance?" We decided to ...