Cadorna Holiday B&B

Address: Via Cadorna, 22, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | B&B
 
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      Contradictions everywhere

      A travel blog entry by jaelithe.wedd on Mar 12, 2015

      4 photos

      ... to tell them how valuable their collection was at the time. It just made me wonder why people collect art without knowing the significance of it. Do they think it is beautiful? Do they want a collection, an extensive collection, to feel prestigious or knowledgable when they are not? Is it to appreciate a culture? Or does something speak to them? I wonder....

      The Sistine chapel was brilliant as always. I always wondered why ...

      Europe's Armpit

      A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on Jul 09, 2014

      1 comment, 40 photos

      ... you exit the building and are compelled to turn to take one last glance. We followed the line of tourists to the Vatican museum. Where we queued again for well oven an hour. Here the touts were more aggressive, telling us all sorts of tales about cruise ships tourists who were about to arrive on booked tours causing our wait time to inflate to three hours. The Vatican museum is a must see here as it's last exhibit is the Sistine Chapel. Over seven kilometres of exhibits are on ...

      A Busy Last Few Days

      A travel blog entry by jcdanovich on Jun 25, 2014

      ... thought. Instead, after the bombing, the Nazis took refuge in the ruins making it extremely difficult for the Allies to recapture Montecassino. In the four battles that took place for Montecassino, one particularly harrowing battle involved the slaughter of 1,000 Polish men. Due to the cover that the ruins provided and the fact that the Poles had to fight uphill, over 1,000 men were slaughtered on the mountain as they struggled to capture Montecassino. Even more saddening ...

      The wedding and the day after.

      A travel blog entry by kurian on Jun 04, 2014

      ... The Italians live La Dolce Vita, The Sweet Life, literally, at breakfast. It’s a daily morning consumption of croissants and doughnuts that are chocolate topped, cream laced, sugar sprinkled or jam infused. The cornflakes on offer are either honey coated or Chocó and at least two fruit juices, three preserves and four flavours of yogurt are presented. The canned or fresh fruits are sweet, Nutella is mandatory and a pie or cake always features as dessert. It’s ...

      Mama Mia! Florence!

      A travel blog entry by tcoleman on Feb 11, 2014

      2 comments, 16 photos

      ... morning was sunny and clear. I hit the road at
      about 9 am, and due to the apartments location I was only a five-minute walk
      from all the ruins and tourist attractions. Not fully knowing how to get home,
      I decided to explore the city and see some sites on my own. I was stunned when I
      looked at my phone and saw that I had been wandering around for over two hours.
      Hungover, and tired from walking and battling through armies of Asian tourists,
      I found a ...