La Habana

Via Carlo Cattaneo, 31, Rome, Lazio, 00185 , Italy | B&B
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Vatican city is remarkably pretty

A travel blog entry by dmatten

We started out the day by heading to the Vatican museum. Our pre-bought tickets were for admission at 10:30, which we realized we may miss. As we were going past St. Peter's square we saw Pope Francis addressing a growing crowd. We finally arrived at the entrance, but we were 10 minutes late, passing the longest line either of us had ever seen. They did't care that we were late at all and we went straight into the museum. We tried to get a guided tour but ...

Basilica'd out

A travel blog entry by geoffnsteph


... so we added a loop (another one, you hikers!) and trolled over the river to the Castel Sant' Angelo which visually belongs more to the English south coast than Renaissance Rome. At this point we were within a biretta's throw from St Peter's Square and a brief glimpse up the avenue to the Square offered another view of the throng doing what tourists do - ambling, clogging the pavements, running for their lives from Roman traffic, taking oodles of photos of anything ...

Rome - Day 2

A travel blog entry by guye


... then of course there is the Colosseum. I really can't describe this - you have to go there. This stadium is akin to the MCG - but 2,000 years older of course. It seated 75,000, had walkways and stairs exactly like modern stadiums, even water plumbed and running up to the second level. Major advantages over the MCG include: a) it was mostly covered by 'sails' and b) free entry to all ...

When in Rome....

A travel blog entry by dalara


... that the entire city has yet to be uncovered, I think they said something like one third of the city has yet to be dug up. Something else that was pretty crazy is that apparently when the city was buried there were air "voids" in the ash. They realized that the voids were spaces formed by dead bodies that were there long enough to allow the ash to build up around them even as the actually body decayed. So then they put plaster in these spaces to form the very detailed ...

When in Rome....

A travel blog entry by adamandlara55


... Adams limit is once. I do now own a whole memory card FULL to the brim of photos of ceilings that I'm sure will come in handy one day for nothing.
We felt we needed something more, well, sick i guess, to satisfy our dark curiosity. Luckily for us, Rome is the home of the Capuchin crypt. Located under the Santa Maria della Concezione dei Cappuccini church, it is home to the skeletal remains of over 3000 Capuchin ...

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This B&B, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Termini Station (Stazione Termini), Santa Prassede, and Appian Line Tours Rome.
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