Angelica Guest House

Via dei Mille 41/A, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Rome - The Foundation of the West

A travel blog entry by socratesnutt on Jun 04, 2014

15 photos

... today I couldn't help but see ever major site again and soak it all in. The day started with an hour bus ride from Fregene to the west side of Rome, where we then preceded to take the metro to Vatican city. I don't know how familiar everyone is with the Pope's schedule (I am definitely not) but apparently, most Wednesday at noon he gives a 5 minute vigil to all who wish to come in Saint Marks square. Well, it was our lucky day cause we arrived just as he was doing his thing, ...

Sightseeing Take One

A travel blog entry by inboccaallupo on Jan 18, 2014

20 photos

... on the map I shoved at her. We thanked her and went on our way to the next leg of the tour.

Piazza Rotunda, named for it's round shape, also known as the Pantheon. On our way towards the Pantheon from Piazza Navona, Noel and I got to see the Italian Senate and stopped in for a quick pick me up at a bar. And by bar I mean a cafe, don't worry there has been no day drinking... yet. Anyway we ordered espresso for me and Noel got a cappuccino con pan, which is ...

Morning at the Museum

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Oct 08, 2013

22 photos

... hear the thunder and see the lightening. Even a couple of the museum attendants were getting excited about it! Just a word about not understanding anything anyone is saying around me: you learn a lot just by overhearing things. So not knowing the language isn't just missing the conversations with others but also missing key information that may be crucial (like possible evacuation instructions). But everything was fine, and I had the good fortune of being inside ...

Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears....

A travel blog entry by abroadwith3boys on Jun 18, 2013

51 photos

... sorely lacking any direction for the line ups. It wasn't clear where to go and after buying our tickets we had to fight our way back though the people waiting in line to access the gate. The four of us agreed that the Romans could take lessons from the Japanese on how to deal with crowds and move people in an efficient and friendly manner!

The Colosseum was magnificent! Huge and old and full of ancient history. ...

Day 1 in Rome

A travel blog entry by kezza12 on May 19, 2013

1 comment, 13 photos

... history lol. It is believed that Hadrian buried Antinous at the Villa and 10 statues of him were found there. Hadrian mourned Antinous' death for 8 years.

Today the villa is just skeletons of what was from that time, but given that it was finished and Hadrian moved in in 125 AD they are remarkable. The villa is not a villa at all really, it is 300 acres of what was basically a city, but what was on top was not the only amazing thing, underneath there was a ...