Hotel Traiano

Via Fabio Filzi, 1, Civitavecchia, Lazio, 00053, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Civitavecchia

Philly to Roma to Civitavecchia! Whew!

A travel blog entry by ohiolair

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The Italian countryside is amazingly beautiful. From the highway we could see fields, and I mean FIELDS, of sunflowers. They were alternated with groves of olive trees, fields of hay already bailed and ready to be carted to barns, the large round bails looking like wheels from a game giants played, carelessly left behind. And all along the way the …

Rome the Eternal City

A travel blog entry by keithandialaska

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... at the bus at 4:15 at the latest. This would all be fine if one could actually speak Italian and also if one had some sense of the distance between places and how long it would take to walk between sites. The bus trip was unremarkable – we passed olive groves and vines. What did strike us was how “shabby” the dwellings and fences were. We saw a number of abandoned houses and quite a few “squatter shacks”.


As we got closer to Rome ...

Ciao, from Napoli ,Pompeii & Orievto, Italy

A travel blog entry by midlifecruisers

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... Visited a shop where they make the inlaid timber products, very beautiful pieces of furniture and jewellery boxes with many hours of intricate detail can be seen. We also visited the craftsman who makes the cameos which are made in his region of Italy out of shell. Built on the side of the cliffs and a prosperous town ( unlike Naples )definitely a place I could stay for a holiday, will make a note on the travel to do list. Onto the bus for the hair raising drive ...

Embarkation day for Mediterranean cruise

A travel blog entry by roverlibr

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... Rome which is a lookout point. So he drove up a steep windy road to what we learned was Janiculum Hill. From there one can see a panoramic view of Rome, high above the rooftops. I would recommend it to anyone visiting the area.

At noon, they fire a cannon, and have done so since 1847, simply to signify the exact time. It was fun to watch the crowd gather in anticipation, then we all blocked our ears for the loud bang! I learned afterwards ...

Rome wasn't built in a day

A travel blog entry by travel.bug.

... were created to look like sculptures and had such intricate shadowing & detail that it looked 3D. Words & even photos cannot explain the mesmerizing beauty of this artwork, with he grand finally being the Sistine Chapel.
We pondered at the infamous ceiling painting for a moment then moved through to Piazza San Pietro (Saint Peter's Square).

Again with no time to waste & the temperature being cranked up to unbearable we cabbed it across ...

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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Via Fabio Filzi, 1, Civitavecchia, is near Cittavecchia (Old Quarter).
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