B&B Piazza del Popolo

Address: Via Allegri da Correggio, Rome, Lazio, 196, Italy | B&B
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When in Rome

A travel blog entry by kngrayson on Jul 11, 2015

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... other than the two of us. After our rooftop visit, we headed to go see the Colosseum. Since Andy booked us an all-day tour which included entry to the Colosseum for Sunday, we decided to walk around the outside and get a few pictures. After that we decided it was appropriate to find some gelato, since gelato literally means Italian ice cream. It was not super different from the gelato we've had in Germany, but it was absolutely delicious, nonetheless. While enjoying our gelato, ...

Ash Wednesday Blessings/Reflective Questions Week3

A travel blog entry by joannaeskander on Feb 18, 2015

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... we traveled to the Vatican for the Papal Audience.

Being in St. Peter's Square on Ash Wednesday was awesome! It was my first time going to St. Peter's in the daylight, and the shining sun made every angle beautiful! We had a perfect blue sky, cloudless morning to warm us up from the morning chill. And much to my surprise we had seats to sit in during the audience, of which I was thankful! Apparently my seat was not in the prime ...

When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by sjburk1 on Oct 13, 2014

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... to the jungles of the Amazon or caves in Azerbaijan and everyone knows what pizza is. It just a matter of what goes on top... Here of course it is prosciutto and mozzarella. 2nd and 3rd to bacon in the all time best foods list.

Still in a daze from all the travels so back to the hotel for some Italian over dubbed American TV shows and some sleep.

Buona Notte

The Popes house and the land of the selfie!

A travel blog entry by thecamino on Sep 12, 2014

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... to supply fresh water to the people of rome. Again, really interesting stuff. From the Piazza Navona, I took Joelene on a back street walk to arrive behind the Roman Pantheon. When we walked down the side street and the square opened up, you could see Joelene's expression was a fair bit of '**** i wasn't expecting this'. Of all of the buildings in Rome dating back to the centuries in single figures this is probably the best preserved example and it has been continually used since ...


A travel blog entry by wardtrip on May 17, 2014

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... the worshipings of the Roman Gods but was later transformed into a Christian Church when a Roman emperor converted to Christianity. The day after we went to the Vatican Museum and the Sistine Chapel. The Vatican had heaps of different rooms with different things but my favourite room had to be the Egyptian Room which I found extremely interesting. In the Egyptian Room there was a mummified lady who was 3000 years ...