Il Rifugio Dei Cardinali

Address: Via dei Fiori 120, Santa Marinella, Lazio, 00058, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Via dei Fiori 120, Santa Marinella, is near Cittavecchia (Old Quarter) and Institute of Design and Culture.
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    Travel Blogs from Santa Marinella

    The Papal Audience

    A travel blog entry by taniap on Oct 01, 2014

    2 photos

    ... are welcomed. Recently wedded couples attend in their bridal attire to be blessed on the Dias as a married couple. It was an outstanding morning. Without doubt the best part of my trip. It was quite overwhelming. I have found a video of the day at e-broadcast. I went back to join G for the afternoon and had a nap after lunch. Lovely dinner before retiring for the night, with an exciting day running through my ...

    Rome - day 3

    A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Sep 14, 2014

    40 photos

    ... could be run over by passing motor vehicles. As the Lebanese couple commented, it wouldn't be tolerated there, but this is Rome. The flashiest car to go past was a Maserati. The poor people drive BMWs and Mercedes. We were also subject to a beggar, a number of buskers and hawkers all wanting money. Ang obliged and for the first time succumbed to rose seller who told her that he liked her so much that he wanted to gift her the three roses, but when Ang offered him some contribution ...

    Day 2 in Rome

    A travel blog entry by belldallas on Aug 03, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... church, but our guide took us in anyway. Very funny. Next stop was on Aventine Hill just across from The Flavian Palace, part of the vast residential complex of the Roman Emperors on the Palatine Hill in Rome. It was completed in 92 AD and sits just above Circus Maximus which was the first chariot racing stadium in ancient Rome built in the 6th century BC. Chariot races were held at the Circus for almost a millennium. At one point it could seat 250,000 people, one quarter of ...

    Losing My Religion

    A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Jul 16, 2013

    ... If a person doesn't like or understand something it makes a lot more sense for them to at least try. Otherwise, how are we ever supposed to progress if we don't make an effort to grow a better understanding of things that are foreign to us? Besides, when in Rome*...

    (* I hate that phrase. One of my Kiwi workmates in Australia used it with such frequency that it lost all meaning)

    Rome is distinctly better. I set off on an unofficial mission to photograph ...


    A travel blog entry by shelbychristine on Apr 03, 2013

    8 photos

    ... Jess and I made our way back to the hostel and stopped at the Pantheon and the Spanish Steps. A little shopping always comes into play :) Later that night we went to see the Colosseum all lit up. To end the night we sat at the top of some steps with a great view of the city and just caught up on our lives. April 1st. Jess' 20th birthday! We went to the Colosseum to take a look at the inside. With our entrance fee we also got to go see the Palatino and ...