Villino Gregoraci Relais
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Photos of Villino Gregoraci Relais
TripAdvisor Reviews Villino Gregoraci Relais Santa Marinella
Travel Blogs from Santa Marinella
It was raining again, but we headed out to see St Peters Basilica, Pope was doing a viewing so was mega busy....we then headed to a few other landmarks like castle Sant' Angelo and Piazza Tribunall, we had a lovely lunch and did a little shopping and then headed back home to our apartment in the ...
... met some lovely people and saw the most amazing cities and historical buildings and sites. I feel like I need to return to class and revisit ancient history as it seems to hold more significance now than when I was 15 years old! I think I can safely say I am keen to travel again, although maybe not for six weeks next time. Fun facts from our European Vacation Turkish people have vats ...
... English often becomes the common language in Europe. The format, liturgy and songs are the same as in NZ. Ang could've conducted the service, but she did take communion which was good as she'd been interested in attending mass in Rome. A couple of minor observations 1. Little dogs are common here with woman walking them. They take them into shops. Many dogs are so small that you could use your foot to stub them out like a cigarette. 2. We haven't seen a drunk in Europe 3. It ...
... watching and enjoying the sunshine as well. I had picked up some chocolate croissants at a bakery and we had a nibble in the sun. Then we made our way back to the Trevi Fountain to see it in the daylight. Afterwards we strolled the streets back toward our hotel. Nearby we enjoyed a 2 and a half hour lunch and talked about the trip. We managed a full bottle of wine with smoked salmon on focaccia toasted followed by some delicious ravioli filled with ...
... St. PeterÃ¢€™s. On top of the Colonnade in the square outside contains 140 statues of various saints. The Basilica covers and area of 22300 sq m, it contains 11 chapels, 45 altars, and the tombs of 91 Popes.
Bassilica di San Pietro, is an example of late Rennaisance architecture, designed by Donato Bramante, Michelangelo, Carlo Maderno, and Gian Lorenzo Bernini. In 1547 Michelangelo agreed to take the position of Capomaestro, he decided to take the ...