Tolentino Suites

Address: via San Nicola da Tolentino 50 (via Veneto), Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | B&B
 
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    Rome

    A travel blog entry by lancastersgapyr on Jun 29, 2015

    31 photos

    ... in there. But by the end I got a seat.
    We arrived there and there was people and police everywhere. We went into a massive line in the sun. So Mum, Riley, Zara and me went into the shade and waited for Dad to come.
    We finally got in there and this church was the biggest in the world.
    The roof was super decorated in gold and all that other cool stuff. We were in there for an hour and it was sort of cold in there. When we got out it ...

    Flight home

    A travel blog entry by meeksy on Sep 30, 2014

    ... met some lovely people and saw the most amazing cities and historical buildings and sites. I feel like I need to return to class and revisit ancient history as it seems to hold more significance now than when I was 15 years old! I think I can safely say I am keen to travel again, although maybe not for six weeks next time. Fun facts from our European Vacation �� Turkish people have vats ...

    Ancient Rome: the Forum and the Colosseum

    A travel blog entry by rnh on Sep 26, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... He speaks very deliberately with levels of detail that are simply astounding, causing his tour group to have to pay very close attention when is speaks. When he has completed sharing information, he turns and moves quickly to the next discussion point. Occasionally he takes a question.

    We started across the street from the tour office where James pointed to several obscure ancient walls and illustrated how the Romans built these to last using the ...

    There are no Rules in Rome

    A travel blog entry by wanderlustgirl1 on May 24, 2014

    54 photos

    ... day.


    The next place we saw was the Pantheon, which is a temple that was dedicated to the ancient roman gods. We then went to the Piazza Navona and explored some more churches. The church of Saint Agnes had classical music playing and sitting on a bench looking around and listening to the music was pure beauty overload. It was unreal. The church is named after Saint Agnes, a 12 year old martyr who swore her loytalty to Christ (she said she ...

    Europe!

    A travel blog entry by adam.weier on Sep 20, 2013

    ... an impressive building, where you can se the tomb of Ignatius of Loyola, amongst other things. It was impressive to say the least. This was the biggest church I had even seen. It is the Church that Ignatius had built for the Jesuits in Rome. It was a fitting place to visit first, and it set the tome for our visit. IN the evening, Jonsey, Sam and I went for Pizza. I asked for an authentic Italian Pizza in Rome, a comment that ...