I Gatti di Roma

Address: Via Mantova 44, Rome, Lazio, 00198, Italy | B&B
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        Back to Rome

        A travel blog entry by peterleesa on Jul 14, 2015

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        ... We did the touristy thing and took a walk through central Rome to visit the Spanish Steps and Pantheon, both very impressive. Leesa and I opted not to visit the Colosseum as we'd been there previously, but the others trudged their way up to it, to find lines over an hour long and didn't fancy standing in the hot sun. Anyway the outside is worth the visit, so not all lost. On the following day, we opted for an early start ...

        The Eternal City

        A travel blog entry by krp14 on Feb 09, 2015

        ... is soooo uncomfortable and rude, and I don't see this a lot in Illinois and definitely not in London.

        This city is one big juxtaposition. Many times, I would be walking around and thinking "this is so dirty and there is garbage everywhere" and then turn a corner and see a building that was constructed before anything in London. It keeps surprising me. It also takes me forever to get to where I'm ...


        A travel blog entry by deejaypoitzmann on Jul 01, 2014

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        ... The first day was slow, I was tired from the train so we walked around a bit and found a beautiful park where we relaxed under the trees and caught up on what we'd all been doing for the week we hadn't seen each other. After our first Italian Aperol Spritz, we went back to the rooftop at the hostel. The rooftop was stunning, the sun was shining and we were playing our music and relaxing before the pub crawl in the evening. We headed to dinner just down the road from the hostel ...

        Up above one of the largest church in the world

        A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank on Apr 07, 2014

        ... in 2005 when I went, there wasn't a queue. So I was surprised to see the queue this time, endless like a long river. There is also a separate entrance fee for Vatican museum and the Sistine chapels for those who appreciate art, significantly that of famous florentine renaissance artist, Michelangelo. His masterpiece, Pieta, a sculpture of Virgin Mary mourning over the death of Jesus Christ is displayed in the basilica. The ...

        Italy's Nobel Prize Playwright plays tribute

        A travel blog entry by jchiarie on Jan 25, 2014

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        ... If you have been a faithful follower of my blog, you will know that we met Dario in his art studio a few years ago (we have befriended his disciple, whom he trained, the actor Mario Pirovano) and a year later at his apartment in Milan, where we had a risotto lunch with Franca.

        Franca died this past summer. After she left the Senate, she wrote a ...