Simonetta ai Musei Vaticani

Address: Via Giorgio Scalia 10, Rome, Lazio, 00136, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Trionfale area of Rome, is near Sistine Chapel (Cappella Sistina), Presto Tours, Roman Candle Tours, and Trionfale Market.
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          Pick pocketed

          A travel blog entry by julianandjord on Jul 24, 2016

          21 photos

          We woke up early and headed down for some breakfast, made the most of it and sorted out leaving our luggage at the apartment. We cleaned the room, packed our bags and checked out. We headed to the Vatican City, which was a quick metro journey away. We arrived with a swam of people heading towards to the gates in the same direction as we were …

          The last days of Rome

          A travel blog entry by ozvere on May 17, 2015

          3 comments, 26 photos

          ... that we would leave Rome one day early.

          So, on our last sightseeing day in Rome, we took it easy (again)!!

          We got a taxi out to the Basilica of Our Lady in Trastevere, on the west bank of the Tiber. One of the oldest churches (~342 AD) of Rome and of course, wildly decorated ceiling and exquisite mosaic floors. Our lady taxi driver knew it well – it is where she got married!!

          We then walked along the banks of ...

          The battle to give a crap

          A travel blog entry by andrew.bennin on Apr 01, 2015


          ... aren't a lot of wifi hotspots in the sierras and I won't be carrying a tablet and keyboard with me. Pigeon mail, perhaps

          -Grandma, I do love all of these old streets and I suppose they shouldn't be torn up.. would make it easier to get around though. And the US certainly has its merits. I've probably given off the vibe that the US sucks and that europe is better but in general, they both have pros and cons. Not better, not worse; just different, ...

          Ancient Rome today...Colosseum and Roman Forum

          A travel blog entry by doreenmullins.7 on Oct 12, 2014

          18 photos

          ... The Colosseum provided half of that equation.

          From the Colosseum we could see some ancient structures with scaffolding. This was protect them from the drilling underneath for the third subway line (C). The line has been under construction for 10 years and is only just in the suburbs of Rome and hasn't begun operations Sarah did not expect to see it completed in her lifetime and she is 34. Every foot the excavation proceeds of course ...


          A travel blog entry by joannesuter on Sep 29, 2014

          2 photos

          ... amazing. Not only in that it's a country in its own right, but, even being an atheist of the highest degree, I almost felt.. Something. I didn't have an epiphany or any stupid **** like that but it has a real power, a regality about itself which makes you think about how it all began. Not the world I mean, just religion, God in general, that kind of thing. The riches of the Catholic Church are like nothing I've ever seen - copious tapestries, paintings, ...