Lodging In Rome

Via Crescenzio 74, Rome, Lazio, 00193, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Rome

ROMA - Day 1 - Vat: I Can!

A travel blog entry by daniellelyrette

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... on the ceilings of EVERY room. Ridiculous. My neck hurts. 4) the Sistine Chapel is really cool, don't get me wrong. However, cramming 500 people into one space and saying there must be silence and no photography is a bit unrealistic. This is especially true because the guards are yelling at someone every 30 seconds about these rules, which is definitely not silent. Still amazing though. And hey, ya know what? That whole "creation of man" ...

Rome in four hours...hang on!

A travel blog entry by mickisc

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... dome ever in its time, and it was created by poured concrete. The dome of the pantheon is 142' wide and 142' tall from the floor. The dome's wall is 23' thick at its base and tapers to 5' thick at the 30' wide oculus. It's coffered to lighten the load, and it was incredible! The 40' Greek columns in the portico were each transported in one piece from Egypt and are so massive four of us could barely hold hands around the base ...

Rome Day 7

A travel blog entry by susiemayeurope

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... at the time commissioned Michelangelo to paint the Sistine Chapel he was given 4 years to complete it, he refused to do it because he is a Sculpture but the Pope didn't give him a choice, he worked 7 days a week and by candle light to complete it when it was finished he wasn't well, it took him months to recover, one of the cardinals said he shouldn't have had naked men, so he painted the Cardinal naked and in ...

Roma, Italy

A travel blog entry by apopples

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... Time Elevator, a little 3D cinema/simulator. The first "movie" was about the Big Bang theory of how the world began (kind or ironic in the world's most Catholic city!!), and the second one took us through the history of Rome. Both were great fun and a nice reprieve for the kids from the usual sight-seeing. From there it was a short stroll to the Trevi Fountain, then off to the Colosseum and it's surrounding Roman ruins. The Colosseum was spectacular, far ...

So Much to Tell

A travel blog entry by bmlevinson

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Rome is simply amazing. It's just so old and yet so modern, it's overwhelming. We left Tuscany on the 23rd and got to the cozy town of Riomaggiore in the Cinque Terre at about 1:00. We got lunch and then went to our apartment, which was very close to the sea. After we were settled we went to the beach, which is very rocky. I put on my Keens and goggles and plunged in. I have never in my life been in purely clear water, ...

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This B&B, located in the Vatican City area of Rome, is near Vatican Guided Tours, Castroni, TourinRome, and Via della Conciliazione.
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