Ripetta 25

Via di Ripetta 25, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy | Condo
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What happens in Rome should really stay in Rome!

A travel blog entry by quachie

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... cheek to cheek kiss will not do as he returns shortly after with another rose and tells me to give him a proper kiss like all the other women. I succumb to the pressure with all eyes on me and give him a kiss (but only on the cheek!) We head back to the hotel and call it a night. This morning, it's a very early morning with a 6am wake up call. By 8am we are in line with a local guide, Flavia, to enter the Vatican City. The tour takes us through St Peter's Basilica and the Sistine Chapel ...

A bicycle built for "view"...

A travel blog entry by karaandmatt

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... up the Via Appia Antica (ancient road) marveling at the various tombs and monuments. We popped in a quaint roadside cafe for sandwiches then began our bike ride. We peddled down the ancient road with the wind in our faces and picturesque landscapes at our sides. What a wonderful way to spend our last afternoon in Rome! Our evening began with a walk to Rome's Jewish ghetto. The Jews were secluded to the worst land in Rome, close to the Tiber and easily flooded. ...

Rome, at last, Rome!

A travel blog entry by heidif

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... cookies with me. When the train stops in Firenze, the train people bring us sacks of water, peach juice and some sort of breakfast cookie things since we hadn't planned to be on the train until lunch time. It was welcome and I love peach juice!

The train winds up being over 4 hours late arriving to Rome .. we even had to stop because someone stole a cable from the track which had to be repaired before the train could pass. It was a long ...

Roman Holiday

A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee

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... from around the world in town ahead of the conclave to decide the new Pope. They took their time strolling up one side then down the other and back around again. Behind them was a procession of diminishing religious ranks which eventually included some women and even some lay people who looked very proud of themselves. The barriers closed behind them and it was clear that whatever was going on, it was closed to the public and we weren't going to get to see the altar ...

Day 7 - Rome - Tues 18.09.12

A travel blog entry by currie2012

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... of his fabulous  works here but the sculpture of Apollo e Dafne stands out, it's just brilliant. Too  hard to describe, but the detail is fantastic.  I'm running out of superlatives, everything is just sooooo amazing!!  Our time in Rome has been an unbelievable experience, the perfect way to start our European Adventure. We love Rome!! See you in ...

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