Gentes B and B

Address: via Tasso 155, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | B&B
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    A Gladiator on Every Corner

    A travel blog entry by tinadoug on Sep 12, 2014

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    ... br> The Vatican museum is massive and would take a week to look through everything so we skipped that and went outside to have the Sistine Chapel paintings explained before entering as talking is not allowed nor is photography. The ceiling is breathtaking especially when you know it was painted by just 1 man over 4 years. It's great that Michaelangelo had a great sense of humor with some of the ways he depicted a ...

    Louis and Roger set sail in the Gulf of Naples

    A travel blog entry by ceseal on May 20, 2014

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    ... contributed very little to the yacht's propulsion. The girls had pina coladas and we listened to Coco and Cool Breeze for the last time. The whole crew came on stage as they were introduced and cheered as groups (servers, cabin, bridge, etc.) Then they all sang a neat song about sailing.

    We made reservations for our last evening meal on the cruise at the Stella Bistro, a somewhat upscale eatery with mostly French cuisine. Sara made a bad choice of ...

    Day 19 - Rome

    A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Dec 10, 2013

    1 comment, 59 photos

    ... coronation. In the crypt you can see the remains of the early churches that stood on this site. There are also the tombs of many popes, including that of Pope Jean Paul II. Castle St Angelo On the right bank of the River Tiber stands the imposing Castel Sant’ Angelo, connected to the city by the Sant’ Angelo Bridge. The cylindrical building was erected in 139 AD, commissioned by Emperor Hadrian as a family mausoleum. The emperor’s ashes, as well as those of ...

    Italy - Rome

    A travel blog entry by stephjames on Sep 20, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... Yum! We headed to the Trevi fountain. It is very cool but impossibly busy. And apparently this is the quiet season. It's a struggle to even get to the fountain. But we made it, took a few snaps and then escaped the hordes of tourists alive. Just. We then headed to the colosseum. This was awesome. It's just crazy thinking about what used to happen inside and the fact it's (mostly) still standing. Very cool. There are pushy people trying to sell you ...

    City Sights

    A travel blog entry by coiafamilyoe on Jul 12, 2013

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    ... with tourists. We stopped and took in the sights for a bit then walked back to the bus.

    Next stop for us was a huge Piazza - not for the sights but to find somewhere where we could connect with the internet. We tried MacDonald's (free Wi-Fi) but no good - the cold drinks were nice though. Never mind, plenty of markets for Andrea to look at while ...