Prince of Navona

Via Arenula, 41, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy | 2 star b&b
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La Dolce Vita, The Good Life

A travel blog entry by rickandluann


... We were fortunate to have a small group of only nine in our "private" guided tour. The tour I signed up for was “Art and Faith” which would attempt to explain the personal beliefs of the artists and the religious messages of their art. Because of the guide's Italian accent, we had to really concentrate on what was being said. Her plethora of knowledge made the effort worthwhile.

I am extremely fond of antique gilded icons ...

See what tomorrow brings

A travel blog entry by chrissimonic


Day 37 Another successful day Leicester Squire and bought tickets for the play Rock of Ages and diner at Heliot Steak House at the Hippodrome. We then walk and found a lovely restaurant and had a nice lunch, then had a wander around looking at the shops. Then we went to Covent Garden Market, we thought it would be or art and craft but it was more souvenirs than any thing, so we were a bit disappointed but around the market and inside there were buskers which ...


A travel blog entry by cbmaddixrn


... I thoroughly enjoy blogging my adventures. I was pleasantly surprised there have now been nearly 1,000 views on my travel blog. So as you can imagine, guilt set in. Everyone must be reading my previous adventure with Channing for I have had little time to write the past couple of days. For those keeping up with my current one, thank you for tuning in. I find it to be most comforting and therapeutic.

Yesterday evening prior to returning to the hotel, Keith ...

The Pantheon

A travel blog entry by footloose-too


We have to be back to Via Sistina in the afternoon to pick up Tamara's new trousers so as the Pantheon is that side we decide to go there instead of the Forum. It's quite nice day so decide to walk. Rome is built on 7 hills and I think we've walked up and down each one. We pass a big place with lots of guards and find its the Quirinal palace where the President lives. We watch the changing ...


A travel blog entry by asheevk

... to Egypt or Israel but who cares about that. I care about the fact that innocent people are dying, regardless of the agenda both sides are at fault in one way or another.... All I can say is, I hope that my family, my friends, and everyone in Israel stay safe. It is so hard to say that now, especially with the bombs reaching Tel Aviv.

Each person I know has so much to be thankful for, their health, happiness, the abundance we experience each day.... But ...

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