Residence Le Casette

Address: Via San Severo 1, Rome, Lazio, 00182, Italy | Condo
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This condo, located in the Roma Tuscolano area of Rome, is near Scala Santa and chapel of San Lorenzo, Eden Walks, Santa Croce in Gerusalemme, and Roman Walls.
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Arriverderci Roma

A travel blog entry by heidif on Jul 20, 2015

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Since of the lift being broken (for all of our visit except the first day we have been going up and down the stairs to the 3rd floor - there was a problem with the electricity that the owner was trying to get fixed but the guy couldn't come until Monday, our departure day). So, our bags being packed we are ready when the driver arrives. The owner had requested a strong man to bring down our bags (spiral staircase, 3 floors ...

Rome to Perugia - A travel day

A travel blog entry by lbg.jacameron on Sep 23, 2014

Arriving in Rome and picking up our hire car reminded us how really efficient Australia is and how well sign posted everything is. The lady at Budget wouldn't talk to us until we had got a paper number. Then told us the car wasn't ready yet and she would call us again in 10 mins. When this didn't happen we were told to get a number again by this stage there was quite a queue so ...

St. Peter's Basilica and the Sistine Chapel

A travel blog entry by charlenestravel on Sep 10, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

... for viewing. Audio tours provide invaluable historical information that broadens ones appreciation for what is being seen. To truly take it all in, one needs to think in days not hours when planning a visit to the Vatican. Considering the massive crowds, a pass is worth the money. Lines are hours long. Yes we did see the Pope and he looked right ...

Dances with pollen; Italy f*cked our suspension

A travel blog entry by tinyjuggernauts on May 16, 2014

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... due to the overtly sandy consistency to the soil they sat upon. To counter this embarrassment, they thought it best to wedge stones under the left side, which worked for another few years before it began to over correct and fall to the right as we see it today. More tiers were added, Galileo thought it great fun to climb to the top and conduct experiments in gravity by repeatedly dropping items off the top for his students, and by 1980 it was leaning 5 metres ...

Day 8 Update - The Vatican

A travel blog entry by vagari on Dec 05, 2013

... 3000 BC! It occurred to me that the people who made those things were further removed from the ancient Romans than we are today. We saw jewelry, amulets, scarabs, sarcophagi, mummies, sculptures, statues, and so much more. It proceeded chronologically, so it was fascinating to see the increasing Hellenistic influence as time went on, all the way up to the Battle of Actium, after which Egypt became a Roman province. It was a fabulous ...