Casa di Silvia Bed&Breakfast

Address: Via Pozzuoli nr 7 , Rome, Lazio, 00182, Italy | B&B
 
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      When In Rome

      A travel blog entry by sydneyfickes on May 24, 2014

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      Today there was one key thing I learned. There are no rules in Rome. With that I came to the conclusion that this may be the reason they are all dangerous drivers. In many places I refuse to cross the street because they don't stop and they will weave around you. Back roads are my favorite. On our way to and from Rome we took two different routes. One was super scenic. It was so beautiful. We went through the mountains and the trees canopied over the roads. On the way back we took the high ...

      The Eternal City - Rome

      A travel blog entry by nandinisomu on Dec 22, 2013

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      ... at midnight, in commemoration of His birth reflected in expressions of Christmas spirituality, such as the song "Silent Night, Holy Night". The prayers at Vatican began At 9:30pm and we had the rare opportunity to witness Pope offering his prayers and placing the doll of baby Jesus near the Holy Bible... the whole atmosphere was quite spiritual and magical.

      The prayers ended at 10:30pm and all the public transportation had stopped by 9pm itself. we had ...

      Trying out the DSLR!

      A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Oct 04, 2013

      2 comments, 23 photos

      I woke up thinking that this was going to be the clear day before several rainy days so I needed to do some walking/sightseeing while I could. But when I checked the weather forecast again, it said that it was going to rain TODAY! There were still blue skies in between the clouds overhead so I decided to walk, but to stay close to home, and to take this opportunity to start using my DSLR. The one I've been lugging all over Italy but have yet to use. The one that I need to ...

      Two churches and two squares

      A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Oct 02, 2013

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      ... big, with marble flooring and gigantic wood doors (but have those smaller cut-out doors that you actually enter). Inside, it’s massive. The first thing you see (as soon as you get past the immensity of the high ceilings and expanse of marble flooring) is the ciborium, which is an altar canopy, that is said to contain relics of St. Peter and St. Paul (for instance, their skulls are inside the golden busts on the monument!). I’ve seen altar canopies in ...

      Last day in Italy

      A travel blog entry by larissataylor on Jul 26, 2013

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... through EACH DAY!! And they make a profit of over €90 million each year with the entry costs for the museum alone! A little sickening actually to think of the costs and wealth associated with it! We were then given a big explanation about the Sistine Chapel so once we were taken in there we were able to know exactly what we were looking at and what stories the paintings on the ceilings by Michelangelo tell/represent...such detail from the start ...