Viale degli Ammiragli 67, Rome, Lazio, Italy | Condo
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Days 6 - Last Day in Rome #sadface

A travel blog entry by sonpow


... as usual and there was so much of it, it wouldn't fit on the table. We ordered a pizza each not realising that each pizza was the size of a truck wheel. The house wine came in a litre jug - just perfect for us. We also had antipasto with pecorino, a local soft sheep's cheese topped with a walnut and honey drizzled over it and a buffalo mozzarella so young it was still white and soft and dripping goodness! That cheese I think, will stay with me for a long ...

Tomorrow we Rest

A travel blog entry by chrissimonic


... by putting up an umbrella, so we sat there watching the passing parade, it was very pleasant. Came home had some lunch with all our locally bought goods, like yummy pâté and fresh bread Bought from the bakery. ( there are three bakery's in this small town. ) Then we sat around the pool reading and sunning our selves, which was lovely and warm but didn't go in the water because the wind was up, I had a nana nap in ...

Our Roman Holiday

A travel blog entry by gatormark


... s been here since 1980'. Frankly it was refreshing to see a great work, where it was intended to be, and where it has been for 500 years.

After St. Peter's, we mosied south to a different kind of historical monument; the Flavian Ampitheatre. We skipped the line thanks to our bundle ticket for the forum, palatine and colosseum, and were on the second level in no time. The concourse was full of exhibits dedicated to the daily life of a ...

ROME. An ancient city of many delights.

A travel blog entry by jilly361


... be the Vatican City visits so on a wet cool morning we set off for St. Peter's Basilica walking along the river to the bridge where you cross over. The queues were not too bad to get into the Basilica and about 30 mins later we had gone through the security check and were inside. Well it was certainly huge inside and beautifully decorated. The apse where St.Peter's remains are supposed to be buried was astonishing in it's richness of gold. There were no stained ...

Off to See the Pope

A travel blog entry by kim.samra


... is astounding; as you start walking through it you realize just how large the columns and statues really are. The basilica is filled with lovely Bernini statues, but Michelangelo's "Pieta" steals the show for me. Brilliant and sad, it's a shame that it must be kept behind bullet-proof glass. After lunch (sandwich with parma ham, rocket and truffle spread - YUM) we rested for a while at the hotel (this is essential to beating the heat and crowds). ...


This condo, located on Viale degli Ammiragli 67, Rome, is near Sistine Chapel (Cappella Sistina), Presto Tours, Roman Candle Tours, and Monument to Alexander VII.
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