D'Agostino

Via Domenico Jachino 77, Rome, Lazio, 00144, Italy | B&B
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Day 19 - Rome

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013

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... plague that was decimating the people. The fortress was renamed Castel Sant’ Angelo in honour of this event. In the 14th century it was once again converted, this time into a castle and a prison. Pope Nicholas III had the castle connected to St Peter’s Basilica by a fortified passageway. Pope Clement VII hid here during the Sack of Rome in 1527. Today the castle is the National Castel Sant’ Angelo Museum. The statue on the roof represents the angel from the ...

The good, the bad and the ugly! - THE UGLY PART

A travel blog entry by megan.griffin

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So after bidding farewell to our new friends we began the walk to the next tour a meeting point. While on our walk we stumbled across a Ducati hanging in a shop front. It took only seconds for us to realise that this was in fact a cafe and we both agreed a cold beverage was in order. After all it was Happy Hour! After finishing our wine and making the most of the wifi Clare managed to hack into we continued our walk to where we would meet our guide ...

Last Full Day in Rome

A travel blog entry by thejoaquins

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... us. Unfortunately, the heavy late afternoon showers the previous day had left things too flooded and our tour was canceled. Fortunately, I had downloaded a podcast audio tour and between that and the well-marked signage, we managed well on our own. Since the Colosseum's history is well known, I won't reiterate it, but it is a must see sight for all visitors to Rome!  The Colosseum is also ...

No matter how far or how wide I Rome...

A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee

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... entrance to the Palatine Hill to buy a combined ticket to the Hill, The Colosseum and The Forum. There was perhaps 6 people ahead of us so within minutes, we were making our way back to The Forum to work our way down through ancient history. Seriously, this is not a secret insiders tip - it is recommended in just about every piece of travel literature I've read about Rome (including our brilliant personalised travel guide!) so as we walked back ...

Exploring Rome

A travel blog entry by greenenvy35

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... was built as a war memorial and museum. Part of the building was closed and I could not climb all the way to the top but the views of the city from the part still accessible were still nice. From Il Vitoriano I then walked to the Pantheon. I had a hard time finding the Pantheon as it's surrounding by other buildings and not on a main street but I eventually found it. The ...

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