Casa Il Rosario
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Il Rosario Rome
Minimal Necessities, No Tv. short Internet time but thats ok. It is a nice place, close to Coloseum and old town, with in walking distance
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November 26, 2014
So we set out this morning down the Tiber and walked over the bridge, which leads to Isola Tiberius (a little island in the middle of the Tiber). We got a little lost again but eventually made it to Capitoline Hill. All the times we have been to the Forum we have never been inside this amazingly good museum. Set in 2 buildings and ...
... to the the Vatican. This church first opened its door in 318..providing the first place Christians could worship freely. Despite its history the church is barren ..being redone in the 1600. The bishop's chair is in full view and reminds all that this cathedral is where the Bishop of Rome presides. I looked at the chair and thought of all the poor decisions the Vatican made up to the 1600"s, How different a world we would have if the church then ...
... and Parma ham. We got to the square and into St Peters Basilica - it is TRULY incredible - bit like Rome really - there is SO much to see.. So many museums, churches and ruins.... We also went to the Basilica Museum which was okay. So exhausted after that we found a place for a cup of tea. Of course, we were charged 'sitting down' price !! (€12). We missed out seeing the Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel as it closed at ...
... is made of tiny winding streets with cobbled roads and tiny boutiques popping out at every corner. The beach itself had white sand and the shoreline was dominated with bright colourful beach umbrellas. We didn't have too much time before it was time to make the last bus back to Sorrento.
The bus ride was hell on earth winding along narrow gravel roads for an hour, all safety measures were ignored and I would say at least 50 more than the permitted number of people ...
... boys chilling out with their computers, stripped to nothing but their tightie whities. They looked up and their mouths gaped, as well as did mine. Silence befell the room. Can you say "awkward"?
I had a right to ...