Villa Igea Hotel

Address: Corso Nuova Italia 32, Fiuggi, Lazio, 03014, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Corso Nuova Italia 32, Fiuggi, is near Alatri (Hernici Aletrium).
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Travel Blogs from Fiuggi

Back to Cisterna for the last time!

A travel blog entry by linarogers on Nov 22, 2014

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... in Rome in the Trastevere area and we are going to the show (begins at 10.30 pm – will I stay awake??). Too much to eat but wonderful day.



Saturday: Slept in, did the washing and then went into Cisterna to do some shopping – once again mainly for gifts including for Antonietta. It was quite busy in there today but good to see. Light lunch at home and hanging around doing organizational things ...

Historical Villas

A travel blog entry by divansanten on Nov 05, 2014

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... included another GPS challenge on a very narrow windy hair-raising road backstreet shortcut!



In the little town below the villa, Rem had a rigorous 'short back and sides’ cut at a local barber (to my dismay) and I lost my Athenian hat, but not ...

And the Wheels Keep Turning...

A travel blog entry by katiespellmeyer on Nov 04, 2014

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"Il dolce far niente". This is the phrase with which myself and my fellow classmates were greeted this past May at a dinner welcoming us to the University of Dallas fall Rome program class. My first thought: "shoot. I don't speak Italian, this could be a problem." But just as I was thinking of this language barrier I hadn't really considered very much before they translated this foreign phrase. "Il dolce far niente" means "the sweetness of doing nothing" in Italian. I was quick ...

Castel Gondolfo to Rome

A travel blog entry by sportiebec on Oct 26, 2014

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... 10euro rather then 90 euro. I can wait. Trains don't come as often to Sunday so miss one a very long wait I didn't realise how long the wait would be if I missed, risk in Rome with everything on a Sunday. I just saw 43 nuns walking down into the city of CAstel Gondolfo and thought would my children know what a nun was? Cameron I was taught by a nun in grade 3. Can you look it up in the dictionary and send me a message back with what is a ...

Travelling to Roma

A travel blog entry by emkay100 on Sep 27, 2014

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... welcome drinks on the lawn and met the two other guests currently staying. This is an American couple called Frank and Dianne. They are from New York but Frank's grandparents were Italian so they have visited Italy a number of times and he speaks. Italian. After drinks, we unpack and freshen up and Terhi drives all of us, including her two daughters Connie and Monsa, into the village and we have dinner at a family run restaurant. It was very big, three levels, and the food was ...