Address: Via dei Cartari 6, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy | Condo
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This condo, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Via Giulia, Chiesa Nuova, Via dei Banchi Vecchi, and Teatro dell'Orologio.
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Return to Rome- unplanned adventures!

A travel blog entry by sue.phil.italy on Oct 07, 2014

7 comments, 5 photos

... physically and emotionally exhausted.

No-one spoke for a good ten-fifteen minutes. We just couldn't believe what had just happened.

Without this "angel" we would never have made that train and I don't care that it cost 150euros to get us there.

ps: As you can imagine, there were no pictures taken during either of these "adventures" so I have slotted in some Chuisi and Panicale pics, as a diversion!


Roaming around Rome

A travel blog entry by emily_160 on Jul 30, 2014

... After wandering around for a while and taking photos we left the colosseum and got back on another bus. We took the hop-on-hop-off bus to the Vatican. The Vatican consists of Vatican City, Vatican museum and Saint Peters Basilica. From Saint Peters Basilica this is where the pope will address the people who fill up the square below which is Vatican City. It is a very religious place and so who ever goes there must dress and act properly. When we ...

Thirty-six hours of contrasts

A travel blog entry by merlest54 on Apr 06, 2014

6 comments, 10 photos

We're in Rome – thirty-six hours ago we were in Brisbane. It’s almost surreal.

Qantas surpassed our expectations. It was a great flight, not too bad food, friendly flight attendants, plenty of leg room, and comfortable seats. As well as that the inflight entertainment had great latest release movies, which kept us all occupied until we arrived in Singapore.

Changi airport – so efficient and quiet ...

Rome wasn't built in a day

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Dec 29, 2013

42 photos

... br> But it would be a travesty to leave Rome without visiting the Vatican Museum. We thought: 'What better time to visit than the last Sunday of the month, when it’s free?’ Buh-bow. There’s where we were wrong…

The Metro we caught to the Vatican was really packed. The street leading to St. Peter’s Square was really packed. Every single road was really packed, like a sea of people! Apparently we’d underestimated how ...

Day 6: Venice to Rome

A travel blog entry by abroszczak on Jul 15, 2013

... column is but it had intricate Roman carvings all over it and a statue on the very top. This was incredible to see. We then passed some old columns that were created from separate pieces, this is where we saw how low the city of Ancient Rome used to be. We then we arrived at the Pantheon. This was amazing. From the outside we were amazed. Tall, towering, white columns neatly framing this wondrous building. And then we walked inside. Wow. One massive room with ...