B&B Cicerone 28

Address: Via Cicerone, 28, Rome, Lazio, 00193, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Vatican City area of Rome, is near Castel Sant'Angelo, Vino Roma, Tiber River, and Palazzo di Giustizia (The Hall of Justice).
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        Day 20

        A travel blog entry by jonewgrosh on May 26, 2015

        6 comments, 28 photos

        ... on display including one Alberto calls 'the tomato' (I guess cause it's round). Alberto is a wonderful guide and has a tremendous amount of knowledge having studied Renaissance art at University. And he tells us his father was a diplomat and he was born in Canberra!

        My anticipation at seeing the Sistine Chapel is building and I keep expecting it to be the next 'room' we enter but 2 hours in and we don't seem to be any closer....not that I ...

        All roads lead to...

        A travel blog entry by amandane on Aug 16, 2014

        26 photos

        ... they only had 1 key available per room. Every time you went out you would leave the key at the reception. When you return, you approach the reception desk and tell them your room number. If there was already someone in your room they would tell you that it was open and to head up, if there wasn't they would give you the key. It was a bit weird, I've never come across that system before. It wasn't very secure either. There wasn't anywhere to leave your luggage if you had to check ...

        A slice of Eternity

        A travel blog entry by faerenuff on May 26, 2014

        59 photos

        ... in the dome - all magnificent huge mosaics which you stand eye to eye with at the first balcony, whilst looking down on the tiny people and wonderful floor patterns way down below. The second stop off brings you out at the domes cupola for 360 views across the city. We found the climb much easier than Florence's Duomo because the steps are even and the walls tiled, although at one point you had to walk leaning inwards.The final ascent is up a spiral staircase with ...

        Piazza della Repubblica, Termini Station, churches

        A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Oct 01, 2013

        28 photos

        ... intersection, there are three churches, and all of them were closed. I hadn't encountered this yet, because I had been walking earlier in the day, but apparently all of the churches close from 1:30 to 3:30 (like the supermercato!). It was 2:00 PM. I decided I couldn't really wait that long so I started the walk back to the apartment. As is happening more and more lately, I went a different route back but ended up walking through some very familiar ...

        The Pope, pizza, getting lost, and taking the bus

        A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Sep 25, 2013

        2 comments, 25 photos

        ... you need to have a ticket, acquired (somehow?) 1-3 days before. I didn't have a ticket. And the crowds were already crazy! I don’t know if St. Peter’s Basilica was open this morning, but if it was you needed that same ticket because everything was barricaded off and there were security checks. I decided to stay for a while, standing on the ticket-less side of a barricade, and watch the crowds. I talked to a nun who was also ...