Zanetti House

Address: Via Tasso 155, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy | B&B
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All roads lead to Rome

A travel blog entry by garth_family on Jun 29, 2014

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Three quarters of our foursome would like to shop every market and store-lined street in every town we enter. Fred has been very patient with us so far but today he decided to rent a bicycle so he could see nearby sights while we spent obviously way too much time smelling leather. The girls and I took a bike taxi to the Piazza Navona, but were on foot the rest of the day. I think we saw all the sights we ...

Get on ya bike!

A travel blog entry by wildwoodwalk on May 04, 2014

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... Next was a huge Mausoleum for Cecilia Metella. Lots of interesting artifacts and clean toilets. Back on the Lego Brick road there are many funerary monuments and mausoleums. Tombs could not be built in the city so I guess they were buried where they fell.

Last stop was the Catacombs of St Callisto. These are the largest of Romes catacombes, some 20km in total length, with over 500,000 bodies buried. They date back to the 2nd and ...

Rome - Day One

A travel blog entry by stephen.windahl on Mar 25, 2014

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... Termini station, I found that the rail link I needed out to my accommodation was finished for the night, in addition I had and still have no idea where the bus departs from. The ticketing system is confusing as well. So I just caught a cab out to where I needed to be for a considerable fee. It was at that stage that I discovered Romans drive like madmen, road rules are more like guidelines and the only safe way ...

December 15th to 17th - Rome

A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan on Dec 15, 2013

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... leas by priests, singing, quite beautifully, and walking into the church and down to St Peter’s tomb. It’s quite special to hear voices singing in a place like this.

We made our way out to the bridge of Angels, Ponte Sant Angelo, and then ended up walking back to the gelato shop before catching a bus home. This walk took us past some very interesting shops and streets. We saw a violin makers shop and many boutique jewellery and clothing stores. The walk was a ...

Arrivederci, Roma!

A travel blog entry by katelynthoresen on Oct 16, 2013

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... St. Peter's Basilica (for the first time; can you believe it?!!). Our tour guide was from the U.S. but was about as boring as a block of wood. Learning about the details of the ornateness of the humongous basilica was worth the tour though!
On Tuesday we had theology at St. John's Lateran--the pope's cathedral and a more important building than the Vatican, even though the Vatican is more popular. After that we went to Scala Sancta. This building holds the ...