Un Passo da San Pietro

Via Nicolo 4, Rome, Lazio, 00165, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

The Streets of Rome Are Crazy!

A travel blog entry by sbbwebsters


... got in a little shuttle with the driver Lynn had reserved. Then, he shot off, was driving on the wrong side of the rode, cut stop signs and red lights almost hit 5 cars, and almost creamed many elderly. He was probably like, "Don't worry about them stop signs and red lights, nobody pays attention to them anymore." The lane lines weren't even being payed attention to! I have 5 more days in Rome, and when you guys go, you better taste the pizza there! - Briana 4:05 ...

Day 19 - Rome

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013


... stones were laid to mark the shadow of the obelisk’s tip at noon. The cobblestone paving is broken up by travertine lines radiating out from the obelisk. At each end of the colonnades stands a fountain; one was built by Carlo Maderno in 1614, the other by Bernini in 1667. Between each fountain and the obelisk you will see a round slab of porphyry. If you stand on one of these slabs and look at the columns, you will be struck by a startling optical illusion: it seems that ...

My birthday in Rome

A travel blog entry by ernieandtini


... but no, we were lucky, we only had to queue for about twenty minutes. We went into St Peter's Basilica, and this time we took advantage of an audio guide ( I gave up half way round - overload of information). But it was amazing! the frescos and statues were fantastic. Just to stand there and look around and take photos was enough for me. Following this we went on to the museum and headed for the ...

First day in Rome

A travel blog entry by crownie


... on our search to find the Roman Forum and the Trevi Fountain. We eventually found them both and it was very interesting walking through all the back streets and seeing what goes on behind the tourist route. The Trevi Fountain was beautiful and suddenly became very crowded. We stopped for a photo, quite a few actually, and then this guy asked if he could take our photos and of course he would sell them back to us. We bought them, as they were nice polaroids. ...

The Agony and the Ecstasy

A travel blog entry by jen.greening


... Mark's in Venice and St. Francis in Assisi paled in comparison. These places seemed so massive, then we get here and they're mince meat!

Kevin, our funeral director, was amazed by the wax face covering on Pope Leo who died in 1963. He still looked natural. Christina pointed out a window featuring the image of a dove with rays shooting out from it. It looked like stained glass, but it was actually made of colored marble that was sliced ...


This hotel, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near St. Peter's Basilica (Basilica di San Pietro), Vatican area, Vatican, and Teatro Ghione.
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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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