L'Oasi Villaggio Albergo

Address: Contrada Camaro, 32, Favignana, Sicily, 91023, Italy | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on Contrada Camaro, 32, Favignana, is near Singita.
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      ... amazing to see the site of Ben Hur's race and where speeches and popular presentations were made. It was a terrific insight. Next was the Colosseum. We are walked past the long queues waiting for tickets and straight into gladiator Central. There are great displays of animal bones and many artefacts that came to light when the excavated in the last 200 years. Barbara had a great book that showed what many of these sights and various parts of them look like in all their ...

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      ... We stopped at the edge of the Jewish quarter and walked more. Ivano pointed out many buildings where an old temple had been converted to houses or shops by filling in between the columns. Many of these still showed parts of the columns. There was another church that had been built into the central part of a large temple and there were apartments (very expensive ones) that were built on top of, and in, the wings of this temple. You could also see columns and part columns ...

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      A travel blog entry by casanapoli on Sep 15, 2014

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      A three hour drive to Assisi for a tour and lunch then off to Florence for three days. The frescos in st Francis basclica were amazing. I enjoyed them a lot more I think because I had more time to appreciate them. I especially loved the teal blue colour which covered most of the ceiling. I would have loved to show you all pictures but photos are not permitted as the flash may fade the delicate frescos, which pre- date the Sistine Chappell by about 300 ...

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      When in ROMA...do as the Romans do.

      A travel blog entry by stephaniegaul on Oct 12, 2013

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      ... saw black earphones in one ear and as they helped you they read off a card number into it for someone else to hack our cards and get our money. I then started going to other people and telling them this is what was happening so that they could hide their cards or move to a new station. All of us did our good deed for the day. Rome started off a little rocky but eventually it became a trip of a lifetime, it was defiantly life changing for all of us.