Via Monterone 9, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Condo
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Last day in Rome sunny a few clouds 23 degrees

A travel blog entry by leighthebomb


Had breaking and skyped with Margret in Sulzberg 10 degrees overcast and a cold wind brrrrrr no thanks I'll stay here were it's warm. Skyped with Flavia in London! we meet her on our trip in NT. Wg laughed so much Aussie in Rome talking to an Italian in London, So off to the Vatican again as yesterday we found out that if you speak German you can visit the German cemetery that is in the Vatican City. Wh approached the Swiss. Guards and asked ...

Grandiose to a sanctuary for cats!

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee


I decided to follow the walk, "Pantheon to Piazza Navona," from my book, Walking Rome. Of course, only one walk in the book starts here in my neighborhood so I always have to first get myself to some point on the walk. I decided to start with the Pantheon; it wasn't even 10 AM yet and I was hoping the crowds would be small.

On the way I happened upon Sant’Ivo alla Sapienza, built in 1642-1660 by the architect ...


A travel blog entry by fatdamien

... over their shoulder than I make in a month. The Spanish steps. Plaza Navona. I pretty much just stumbled upon the Pantheon, that great un-reinforced dome of immaculate socketed concrete that no-one would DARE attempt to built in this lackluster day and age. Pantheon, meaning many gods, hastily turned into a Christian church with the same unconvincing boldness of a toddler writing their name on crayon of the business papers, an Italian priest asking us to be silent and ...

Day 4 in Rome

A travel blog entry by sugottfried


... in a small piazza. After some map reading and wandering a bit, Shelly spotted the door - red ropes hung in the doorway. Despite the neighborhood being kind of quiet, we walked in and found a tiny but absolutely packed restaurant. Shelly ordered the Jewish traditional fried zucchini flowers and roasted artichoke. We all shared some meatballs and pasta. Very much worth the effort! After lunch we headed toward the St. Peter in Chains (San Pietra in Vincoli) church to try again to ...

Rome: Pope Gear and Ancient Ruins

A travel blog entry by kurtmills


... with a jumbotron playing the final seconds of the game. After Italy won, people were riding in their cars and cheering while waving Italian flags. It was fun and I'm glad I got to be there.

The next day toured the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, the Roman Forum area, the Arch of Constantine, the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Tiber River, the Castel Sant'Angelo, St Peter's Basilica, the Vatican Museum, and the Sistine Chapel.


This condo, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Santa Maria Sopra Minerva, Torre Argentina, Area Sacra, and Teatro di Roma - Argentina.
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