Hotel Villa Maria Luigia

Address: Via Cisternole 204, Frascati, Lazio, 00044, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Cisternole 204, Frascati, is near Old Bussana (Bussana Vecchia), Russian Orthodox Church (San Basilio), Villa Aldobrandini, and Circeo Peninsula.
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    Travel Blogs from Frascati

    Rome Day 4

    A travel blog entry by hbhs_on_tour on May 01, 2013

    1 photo

    ... police. Sure enough, the damage is done and, despite drivers giving chase, a group of criminals have made off with our belongings in a van. No one is left untouched. “Auntie” returns to break the news to the group. The boys are shaken. We all are, but at the moment we’re focused on the plan and I make my way to the police. So far on the trip we’ve managed quite well language-wise. Ice cream has been bought with confidence in French and ...

    Off to See the Pope

    A travel blog entry by kim.samra on Sep 11, 2012

    8 photos

    ... Upon entering the chapel, you don't really know where to look first; there's just so much going on. Instinctively you look for the center panel on the ceiling showing God creating Adam, which we've all seen so many times. It truly is spectacular, but so is everything else around it. The Sistine Chapel was also recently resorted and Michelangelo's use of colour is superb. Looking up at the ceiling, my neck started to hurt, and I can't even imagine ...

    Steph's Happy birthday weekend

    A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Jul 13, 2012

    20 photos

    ... year to year. At that time, the town's fountains are switched from water to wine, and everyone drinks for free. Rocca di Papa The most attractive of the hill towns lies only some 9.5km (6 miles) from Marino. It's a lovely spot, on the slopes of Monte Cavo facing the Alban lakes. By car, the best route is 217 to the junction with 218, where you make a left turn. Before the intersection, you'll be high on a ridge above Lake Albano, where the views of the lake, the far woods, and ...

    When in Rome........

    A travel blog entry by greg_and_claire on Apr 22, 2012

    36 photos

    ... We knew that eating at the café across from the biggest tourist attraction in town was not doing to be special or cheap, but were still surprised at the cost!

    Even though neither of us are Catholic we decided to attend the Pope’s weekly address to the public on Sunday at noon. The crowd in Saint Peter’s Square swelled as midday approached and as the church bells died down, the Pope appeared at a tiny window on the top floor of an adjacent ...

    Roma Antica

    A travel blog entry by tnardo on Jul 12, 2011

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... suckled and raised by a local She-Wolf. After they grew up, Romulus decided to build his city on the Palatine Hill. His brother, Remus favored the Aventine Hill and when he visited and mocked his brother's place, Romulus killed him. Thereafter, all the Hills of the area became known as "Rome". Anton explained to us that if the killing had been the other way around, we would have been standing in a place called "Reme" instead. The ...