A Casa di Jasmine

Address: Via Calatafimi 41, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | B&B
 
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    Roma!

    A travel blog entry by christie-lee on Mar 27, 2015

    ... but a little boring! Got to see the Sistene Chapel & St. Peter's Basillica or as I like to call it the Pope's Balcony! We then went on a walking tour of Rome and it was incredible! I saw the Spanish Steps, Trevi fountain, Pantheon and Boca de la Verita (Mouth of Truth) I then went to the Colosseum again! This time a I went ...

    Ostia Antica day, and I discover the BEST gelato

    A travel blog entry by u2shadow on Sep 10, 2014

    18 photos

    ... hubby had mint choc and mom had the black cherry. O...M...G. So good...but I had a taste of mom's and decided that was the one I was having the next night. Divine! And, we just - by the skin of our teeth - got into our apt when biiiig drops of rain started coming down. And then there proceeded to be a really awesome thunder and lightening storm - I'm just glad we weren't trapped outside! Stuffed full of gelato, it was time to rest.


    Spanish ...

    Day 19

    A travel blog entry by super_saurus on Jun 14, 2014

    ... the beret she wore in Paris. - First stop, Piazza del Popolo where there was (another) obelisk, and a fountain of Neptune in one side and a fountain of Romulus and Remus on the other. We learnt that the two brothers were the ones that started Ancient Rome back in the day. There were also two churches at one side of the square which looked to be the same size but were actually built out of different sized stone blocks so the architect used false perspective ...

    Ahhhhhhh!!!!!!! Roma

    A travel blog entry by jenny-peter-g on May 19, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... hands, feet & the expressiveness of faces and eyes is beautiful. So beautiful. The guide told us about the Conclave process which is held in the Chapel. Then came St Peter's Basillica. The most highly decorated church yet - the canopy over the alter is huge and hand carved bronze - the bronze removed from the Pantheon by one of the emporers. There is a large statue of St Peter and the pilgrims file through to touch or kiss his feet. His tomb ...

    Tras Teh Veh Reh and Janiculum Hill

    A travel blog entry by kinwah on Feb 07, 2014

    6 photos

    ... We stood in front of it for a couple of minutes trying to figure out how to validate our tiny ticket stub (the slot was much much larger) before an ATAC officer came to our rescue, much to his chagrin.

    After arriving at Trastevere train station, we were again caught in the experience of dealing with Italian public transportation. I knew I was meant to be on.. I knew which direction I as meant to be heading.. The maps however could have been written in Sanskrit ...