Piccolo Principe B&B

Via Giolitti 255, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Condo
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Tuesday: Pristine Sistine

A travel blog entry by pnp53

... and hummus but pat had a steak! The lady sitting next to us was having one and he thought it looked good. They charge for bread and water which we did not know. I left my umbrella here.

Then we made our one mistake of the trip. We headed back, in the rain, to see Trevi Fountain lit up an it was not worth it, IMO. Super crowded and we were too tired and the rain did not help.


Rome to Singapore

A travel blog entry by swri

... to sim lim and then to taxi to Newton Circus for dinner. Lots of mostly Chinese stalls all trying to get u to eat at their place. From there went to Bugie street which is a market type place with very small alleyways all interconnected. Pretty much done by then so taxied back to hotel.....and crashed. Stayed in bed till about 10.00am..2 pm check out, out for brunch. Picked up at hotel, raining, out to airport. No problems checking in, such an easy airport! Final leg ...


A travel blog entry by trina.manz


... other paintings also sharing the ceiling space. Impressive - yes! Mind blowing - no. But still something we are glad to say we've seen!

Finishing up our tour around the Vatican Rooms was seeing some of the cultural artifacts that the pope has been given from around the room. There was a large Aboriginal collection which was interesting to see as well as native American Indian relics! One of the coolest chambers was seeing the collection of Pope ...


A travel blog entry by jtbruns


... to the barricade
and not to worry about it if we didn’t get close to the front. We found seats on St. Peter’s Square and
began our 2.5 hour wait for Pope Francis.
Around 10:15 we could hear the crowd chanting “el Papa”. We looked up and saw on the jumbo tron that
he was circling around the crowd in the pope mobile. He finally passed by the barricade where we were
standing and we ...

Ciao Roma!

A travel blog entry by saradougherty


... the major developments in Italian painting, sculpture and architecture during the seventeenth century with a particular focus on the role of art patrons as catalysts for change. A range of patrons will be considered, from popes, cardinals, religious orders, and foreign kings, to scholars, nuns, widows, and a disinherited virgin queen. The range of motives that led these patrons to spend fortunes on art, ...

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