B&B Sant'Agostino

Via Degli Scipioni, 237/A, Rome, Lazio, 00192, Italy | Hotel
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First day in Rome, Vatican

A travel blog entry by sasha.jentley


... in the small hell scene right above the entrance door. Turned out that priest made the door and tried to make it high enough to take out that part of the painting, but the whole thing started coming down so they stopped, keeping the painting, and the priest, in place. I also liked how there was the story of Moses and other important parts of the bible some religious leave out. Mom mentioned how Catholics take in all of history, ...

Rome day 3 - Vatican & Spanish Steps

A travel blog entry by mjstein


... museum) where we took refuge for 20 minutes, and rehydrated with some water (and a croissant for good measure - it WAS noon, after all). We then loaded up the Rick Steves audio tour app, which had a Sistine Chapel podcast, and headed back into the fray. We were able to find a spot in the middle of the chapel where we could listen to a 27-minute audio tour and admire the amazing work of Michelangelo. The audio guide was really helpful ...

Day 7

A travel blog entry by stuitfam


... very cool! This was one of Evan's 'must see' and we were glad we made the trek. Some of the mosaics and frescos on the buildings are so well preserved it's unreal. We probably only saw a third of it - it is a city after all - but an awesome experience!! The train rides back were just as eventful. Pompeii to Naples was thankfully less crowded, but we had a new noisy group of teens. (I could have handled simply loud talking, it was the ...

Ciao, Roma!

A travel blog entry by kassinspain


... we were sent in the right way, and made it our really great hostel called the Yellow. There was a bar downstairs and really nice rooms upstairs. We sat and ate lunch until we could check in, put our bags down, grabbed the cameras, and made our way to the Vatican for our 2:30 pm tour! Well, turns out the fastest way to get across the city to the Vatican was via metro. Little did we know, the metro is not exactly the safest mode of transportation, especially ...

Roman Adventures - Day 1

A travel blog entry by katephelan


Getting into Rome was a bit of a mission but now that we are here I'm loving it! We had a bit of trouble getting from the airport to our hostel; terrible instructions on the hostel website caused us to take a metro as opposed to a train and left us 3.7kms away from where we needed to be... Ash thought it would be easiest to walk (a 54 min walk according to google might I add)... Me with an 18kg pack on my back and a killer cold that has ...


This hotel, located in the Prati area of Rome, is near Vatican Guided Tours, Altar of Peace (Ara Pacis), Castroni, and TourinRome.
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