La Locanda dell'Angelo

Viale Castro Pretorio 25, Rome, Lazio, 00100, Italy | B&B
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Day 16: More Rome

A travel blog entry by mfln31

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... haven't mastered the art of navigating museums.

After that we caught the metro to Castle Sant'Angelo, a building that had started out as Hadrian's (yes him of the wall fame) mausoleum and was later turned into a medieval castle. Unfortunately on the journey there Lauren is sure someone tried to rob her! We ran to get on one of the metro carriages and a woman followed in close proximity, kind of barging into her. Lauren ...

I Shall call the Police

A travel blog entry by indianajill

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... to enjoy the day and we set off to a cafe that I spotted during my walk, omelets coming right up.

I have already done a lot of walking but now the two of us set out on a walking marathon (although we did not intend to do this). We walk to Piazza Del Popolo (to find my meeting spot for my photography lesson), then in the opposite direction to Piazza Vittorio Emanuele and then a detour over to see the Trevi Fountain before heading back ...

Fainting goats survive people and heat in Rome

A travel blog entry by marczimmer

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... to photograph their loved ones in front of the fountains and make it look as if they were the only ones there – and succeed.

Tip for any potential Jeopardy contestant, if you have to identify something that looks vaguely Roman and you don't know its name, it’s probably Hadrian’s XXXXX (XXX = arch, wall, bath, ...

Rome

A travel blog entry by footloose-too

... keen to get something to eat, which necessitated us checking out all the menus in every cafe in the area. Later on in the afternoon we took a walk down to Santa Maria degli Angeli. This Church was built by Michaelangelo on the ruins of the Baths of Diocletian. It is amazing to think that there was over 2000 years of architecture in virtually continuous use and we get excited over ...

Day 30 Rome

A travel blog entry by mcgowan

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... of invasion and low and behold the have made their way to the Vatican. The paintings are outstanding and the history although not as old as Turkey was interesting. The Sistine Chapel although interesting was not as ornate as I imagined but again the history.......why we turned on our phone had two messages form Stacey Matthews, your other daughter mum and dad to tell us that Ben was equal runner up best and fairest and Charlie ...

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