Ripetta 25

Address: Via di Ripetta 25, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy | Condo
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    Travel Blogs from Rome

    The battle to give a crap

    A travel blog entry by andrew.bennin on Apr 01, 2015


    ... you have to shove your face into the side of another person's head and scream in order for them to hear you. I read that this is intentional, as it fosters a false sense of intimacy. Then you dance like a retard because there is no part of a normal person's life where you are taught how to dance in a nightclub. Then if you want you can pay a month's salary for a drink. And most women (and men) are very shallow in these situations, so if you're not over ...

    A Busy Last Few Days

    A travel blog entry by jcdanovich on Jun 25, 2014

    ... side altars and tombs of different saints under the altars. One tomb I had not noticed the previous two times I was in Saint Peter’s is the tomb of Saint John XXIII. His tomb is actually a glass casing because his body is incorrupt. While he is extremely white due to the lack of blood flow and oxygen in his body, his body has not decayed. Two other great altars I was able to view were the altars of Saint John Chrysostom and Saint Gregory the Great. Both are major ...

    The wedding and the day after.

    A travel blog entry by kurian on Jun 04, 2014

    ... 8221; she said, still unsmiling.

    “Where are you from?” I asked. Surely she’d ask me where I was from in return, if she had a pulse.

    “Blah blah”. I can’t remember what she said but my question did not provoke the desired result. She asked nothing in return. It was time for emergency measures, this zombie needed resuscitation.

    “I’m the bride’s brother” I said suavely, nonchalantly.

    City of Rome

    A travel blog entry by downing_aus on May 22, 2014

    4 comments, 20 photos

    ... coffee for the adults and a packed lunch was made before we left the park. A courtesy shuttle took us to the stazione where we quite easily made it to the heart of Rome, via Flaminio stazione. What did we visit & see? Spanish Steps. Was more interested in the house where young British poet John Keats died, to the left of the steps. I've included a poem of his below. Colosseo. Colosseum. m Still not as grand as the G when your team holds ...

    Our tour around Meknes and travel Fes

    A travel blog entry by chrissimonic on Oct 07, 2013

    18 photos

    ... the scaffold, we are talking about 400 years ago. There are four different groups of people living in this city, the Berbers, Arabs, Jews and the Nomadic Tribes of the Desert. We went to a lake that had an aqueduct that use to supply the city with water, this was built over 400 years ago, we go into a huge Grain Store that use to hold enough grain to feed all the people in the city, plus all the surrounding villages and tribes, in the grain store ...