Alchimia B&B

Address: Via Francesco Giangiacomo 2, Rome, Lazio, 00147, Italy | B&B
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    Vatican and St. Peter's

    A travel blog entry by drdave810 on Mar 14, 2015

    ... They both seemed really happy we wanted to try it - we were going to go back either way. We both like to try new places, but of all the places we have eaten, this restaurant was one of the best overall experience. Oh, and the owner, when he isn't answering the phone or taking orders, plays the piano in the restaurant, and he's really good. It was an enjoyable night and we had a great relaxing walk back to the hotel for a good night's sleep.

    Tomorrow we see the Borghese Gallery.



    A travel blog entry by megangruber on Oct 19, 2014

    30 photos

    ... some sort of construction done. Trevi Fountain was not running at all. Meeting with a friend in Rome was amazing. I would highly recommend going to mass at St. Peter' Basilica. Also I learned that doing all touristy things gets boring after awhile (we decided against going into the Colosseum for that reason). One of the things I like about living in London is learning the city. That can't be done if all you ...

    Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel

    A travel blog entry by mitchdee07 on May 14, 2014

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... the birth of Christ. The Sistine ceiling is generally recognized as one of the most impressive works of art ever created, and the sheer size of this masterpiece (5,900 sq. ft.) is amazing. In addition to the ceiling, Michelangelo also painted "The Last Judgment" on the rear wall of the chapel, which is a monumental work of art in itself. Sadly, the poor illumination inside the chapel makes viewing difficult, and photography is strictly prohibited, ...


    A travel blog entry by pauljoan on May 12, 2014

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... at the very old buildings and meeting the people on the streets. Yesterday we visited the Villa Farnesina that was an old private mansion originally owned by a very wealthy aristocrat who had Raphael as his interior decorator who painted the wall and ceiling frescos. Today we visited a church, Santa Maria, that was built in the 12th century. We then strolled over a pedestrian bridge that goes over the Tiber River which is just a block from our ...

    Last day in Rome

    A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Oct 15, 2013

    9 photos

    ... students were protesting a few days ago. They’re still there but this back way let me get to the Piazza in front. I found the Palazzo when I was trying to find the shopping streets between the Pantheon and Trevi Fountain (I found it and the shop with the adorable clocks—but still didn't buy one). I saw at least two different stationary-type stores—made me think of Karen! I walked by the Pantheon—still no rain through the ...