Palazzo Del Duca

Via del Governo Vecchio 115, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy | B&B
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Two churches and two squares

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee


... its 12:30 PM and my goal is to make it to Santa Croce in Gerusalemme before it closes for the afternoon break. It’s risky, because it’s off my map (although it is part of the route in the Walking Rome book). The last time I walked off the map I had to find a bus to get me home! I made it there by 12:41, only to discover that this church closed from 12:45 to 3:30. But a very nice gentleman at the front gate let me in, holding up his hand indicating that I ...

Rome (Day 4)

A travel blog entry by paynefamily


... excited about. Also many tourist places selling the usual key rings, bottle openers, statues etc but one thing unique to Italy is Pinocchio. Now this is something we may get one of as a memento to put on our work desks.

It's always the way when you are looking for something you cannot find it and when you are not things just happen. Well today we walked right into Trevi Fountain but when we were actually looking for it the previous days we struggled. I loved the ...

City Sights

A travel blog entry by coiafamilyoe


... with tourists. We stopped and took in the sights for a bit then walked back to the bus.

Next stop for us was a huge Piazza - not for the sights but to find somewhere where we could connect with the internet. We tried MacDonald's (free Wi-Fi) but no good - the cold drinks were nice though. Never mind, plenty of markets for Andrea to look at while ...

Roamin' Rome

A travel blog entry by andrearini


... train and followed the crowd towards El Papa himself. We got pretty good spots, and the weather was warm and for the most part sunny. Though we could not see any of the mass or the Pope drive by on his Pope mobile, we heard the beautiful songs and the prayers of the mass. Some of the songs we sung in choir in high school and I knew the Latin words too! They sang the famous Hallelujah we always end our Christmas concerts with. It was a very international experience. They ...

An island, public transport and more obelisks

A travel blog entry by silsby


... had to spend some time there! When we left the shop, we walked past Trajan's markets and then turned up Via Cavour. Xander had been asking about the metro for days, so we were heading (eventually) to Termini. We passed the back of the Basilica Santa Maria Maggiore (another obelisk!) and at Termini had another look at the ancient wall, both above ground and underground, where we had to go for the metro. It's odd seeing these sections of ancient stonework right ...

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This B&B, located in the Tor San Giovanni area of Rome, is near Dark Rome Tours & Walks, Santa Maria della Pace, Chiesa Nuova, and Rione Parione.
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