Casale Carraccia

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Positano, Salerno, Rome

A travel blog entry by chris-phil-webb


Started in sunshine, finished in rain! And it's not looking good for the next couple of days, either. Because we changed our plans from taking a ferry to Greece to flying from Rome we thought we had enough days up our sleeve to spend a couple of nights in Rome. Another fine breakfast before saying goodbye to Villa Yiara and Positano. We caught the ferry to Salerno and then a high speed train to Rome. All fitted ...

Day 45: Mass at St. Peter's Basillica

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber


... it but it was still impressive to look at. It was almost surrearl to see it in person because I remember sitting in various classes throughout school just looking at a picture of it. We stood just taking it in for a few minutes and then circled the outside. Even though we chose not to enter it, I think we were still able to appreciate just how amazing it was and still is. John even told me a fun fact. The Roman's would somehow flood the inside and have ...


A travel blog entry by lynnib


... saintly remains) and cloisters, with many of the interior walls covered in frescoes depicting the life of St. Francis and Christ. Works by Renaissance artist Giotto, or his students, are the most prized works, but there are also some amazing examples of stained glass and wood carvings. We were blown away by the Basilica which is quite different to St. Mark's which we had visited a few days ago in Venice. Perhaps because it is less cavernous and more intimate. We spent the remainder of ...

HOHO Bus tour of Rome, Colosseum, Circus and Steps

A travel blog entry by cskinnear


... while she played on her Ipad, I went off to see the Spanish Steps. Katie didn't particularly want to go and was happy to stay at the B&B. It was an easy trip on the metro, just a few stops, and I got to the Steps easily. The Piazza del Spagna was absolutely packed. Some nice shops there too, like Prada and other names. There were so many people lolling about, sitting on the steps (so much so it was hard to find a path to climb the steps there were so many people!). ...

Umbrellas: totally worth the investment.

A travel blog entry by jayneandmark


... were covered by squishy-looking replicas of their real hands, but at least they weren't real hands.
When we left the Basilica, it was pouring rain, and I mean pouring in the cats-and-dogs way. We hunkered low under our umbrellas and walked the few blocks to the Musei Vaticani, fending off the offerers of guided tours. Now, I'm sure the guided tours are wonderfully informative and entertaining for a "good price", but they ...


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