Hotel Villa Aricia

Address: Via Villini 4/6 (via Appia Nuova km. 26,200), Ariccia, Lazio, 00040, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Villini 4/6 (via Appia Nuova km. 26,200), Ariccia, is near Castel Gandolfo, Fontana del Papa, Donnardea, cantina vigneti e giardini, and Genzano.
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      ... Minerva is a Bernini sculpture of an elephant and an obelisk called the "elefantini".

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      The Vatican City

      A travel blog entry by joyf on Oct 22, 2012

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      ... be found here. All you need to do is to think of the Baldachin by Bernini, or the sweet Pieta, which in Italian means 'Compassion', by Michelangelo. And then there is the exterior, where all around the church, you will see the magnificient marble columns of Bernini that enfold the surrounding square in a spectacular and metaphorical embrae. Seen from the centre of the square that was built to hold the crowds of believers who flock here from all
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      Definitely our last day in Rome

      A travel blog entry by moutsos on Jul 02, 2012

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      ... labyrinth of artists and their works and some souvenir shopping, bumping into Pinocchio on the way, much to the kids' delight. As they skipped through the streets of Rome, clutching their new treasures, passing exquisite building after exquisite building, I knew this memory would last forever, for all of us... Someone is playing "o, solo mio" on an accordion outside our window tonight, almost as if they know we are leaving. Grazi and Arrivederci ...

      Modern and Ancient Roman history.....

      A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Sep 27, 2011

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      ... but an opening a bit above ground level is provided around all four sides which provides some light. The Crypts contain 335 identical stone Coffins arranged in neat rows, and each has the name and picture of the individual interred there on the top. They were numbered from 1 to 335. A few had a word which I believe means “unknown” in Italian so it appears all of the victims couldn’t be identified (those of course didn't have a photo).


      You will never guess who I saw in Rome

      A travel blog entry by akwoman59 on Jun 05, 2011

      2 comments, 183 photos

      ... followed the directions to the B&B and ended up in the ghetto part of town! We rolled up the windows, locked the doors and tried desperately to make the hair on the backs of our necks lie down! Rick Steves, author of many great travel books, mentioned in his DVD on Napoli that you will either love it or hate it. The latter was the popular choice at the moment.

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