I Gatti Di Roma

Mantova 44, Rome, Lazio, 00198, Italy | B&B
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First day in Rome

A travel blog entry by concon3546


... as to appear to God in the end without any earthly possessions. The curator was outraged! He badgered Michelangelo daily to change the painting. Michelangelo was so annoyed by the curator that he painted him into the last judgement as the gatekeeper to hell with donkey ears forever immortalized. The curator outlived the pope and Michelangelo and eventually (150 years later ) all figures were covered. In 1980, during restorations, this " water colour underwear" ...

Catching the Train

A travel blog entry by chrissimonic


... at Naples, we were meet by our very friendly driver. We set of slowly because it was peck hour in Naples but it didn't take long before we were speeding down the road, we went past Pompeii and Mt Vesuvius in the distance, with the water on our right and we can see the island of Capri. We went thorough the towns of Sorrento, Positano, Praiano, it is an amazing drive weaving along the coast through small town, shops, restaurant, churches, people, ...

More of Rome

A travel blog entry by darrowtravel


Today we went over to St. Peter's Square because the pope was giving mass. We weren't able to go into the church, but there were large televisions where we were able to see and hear him. We called it Pope Vision.

Afterward we took the metro to the Borghese Gallery, a museum with amazing sculptures and paintings. It was very interesting, they have a very strict reservation system and sell out quickly. We were grateful we knew of this ...

La citta eterna

A travel blog entry by macgrl71


... able to catch mass at the basilica, and see the Pope's prayer. I can say that I have fulfilled my Catholic upbringing by seeing the Pope in Italy (too bad he's resigning now). Then after this we headed back to the hostel to get on the bus for another long ride back to Milano.

Now my memory is fading on every detail of this trip simply because it was a few months ago, but I can say that Rome is somewhere I will visit many more times in my life.

Off to See the Pope

A travel blog entry by kim.samra


... sarcophagi, amulets, hieroglyphs, and even a mummy. You move through Mesopotamia, then Greece, then Rome, with some great statues. I especially enjoyed seeing the Belvedere Torso, which apparently was an inspiration for Michelangelo, particularly his "Last Judgment" which we saw later. After that there are halls upon halls of various artwork - sculptures (the rooms were so full that Sukh commented the Vatican Museum should be on the show ...

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