Studio San Giovanni

Via Sannio 27, Rome, Lazio, Italy | Condo
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The beginning of our "Church Tour"

A travel blog entry by anthony.alison


Because of time we were only able to see three churches today! We started in San Giovanni which is the area I'm staying in. Check the pictures out for more on the cathedrals...Amazing is a general theme for this day...
I should credit Lonely Planet as a resource...

Going a Bit Medieval

A travel blog entry by summersabroad


On the first, we decided to go our own way, so Jola and I struck off on our own. We saw St. John Lateran, which was a little on the Baroque side (bit of a theme in Rome; damn Bernini), but had a nice cloister. Walking through a small set of market tent-stalls, we had a delicious cannolo (Italy may convert Jola to liking them yet) outside the church. We then walked down to San Clemente, which is a nice if ...

Roma in a day!

A travel blog entry by jspence


... crowds and lines were massive and apparently according to our tour guide this was a relatively calm amount of people in comparison to what it could be like. I imagined the colosseum to actually be less ruined than it was. From the inside of the amphitheater you can hardly make out where the seats for the spectators were. It's a shame that the monument also has been partly destroyed due to a lot of people in the past stealing the metal out of the structure which helped hold it ...

St Peter's Basilica, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain

A travel blog entry by untruenorth


... blown. And while I wasn't converted, I must admit that the scale, beauty, history, and tradition wrapped up in the place, together with a healthy dollop of obvious faith (which in isolation, I respect) all around, left me moved somewhat. This is in somewhat stark contrast to the fairly blatantly commercial operation at the Vatican Museums. I was also moved by my big camera declaring its battery flat mid-way around... (Note to self: the black-magic that powers ...

A long day of walking and jaw dropping

A travel blog entry by tinayoung


... and am greeted by the Tritone Fountain. Buon giorno! Taking a right on Via del Triton, I follow the hotel map down towards where I visited with Dexter and Carlo. I love the architecture and colors here, the attention to small details like rain gutters, and even the quaint street signs. First things first... photos! Story will come later in the week because it's late and I've got a long day ...


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