Casa Vacanza Vaticano

Address: Via Domenico Barone 31, Rome, Lazio, 00165, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near St. Peter's Basilica (Basilica di San Pietro), Villa Doria Pamphilj, Teatro Ghione, and Villa Carpegna.
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Sunday at the Forum

A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Sep 07, 2014

2 comments, 36 photos

September 07, 2014
Roman Forum and Palatine Hill, Rome

The first order of the day this morning was to do a wash. One of the best things about our apartment is that it has a wash machine. Susan was so happy when she saw it. We have hand washing our clothes for a couple of weeks.

Our mission today was to visit the Roman Forum and Palatine. Both of these areas are a short walk from our apartment. We arrived at one of the entrance points shortly after 9:00 ...

When in Rome Learn About What the Romans Did

A travel blog entry by odlozinski on May 19, 2014

23 photos

... that brought us through the Colosseum and the Roman Forum over a 4 hour period. The boys were (of course) most interested in the Colosseum and we certainly gained A LOT of extra knowledge through the guide. We felt much more informed about both how the Colosseum appeared and functioned 2000 years ago, and about the forces that led to its near destruction (a combination of the stripping down of anything valuable by barbarians ...

Day 19 - Rome

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Dec 10, 2013

1 comment, 59 photos

... begins! Piazza del Popolo Piazza del Popolo is a large square on the way to Explora Children’s Museum. Not so crowded as other squares, it is a good place for a walk, especially for children, featuring fountains, statues and the famous Egyptian Obelisk. The remarkable structures on the square depict the glorious history and art of Rome. Piazza del Popolo is also a starting point to many streets, including Via Ferdinando di Savoia, Via di Ripetta, Via del Corso and Via del ...

Getting into Rome

A travel blog entry by fredheimfamily on Sep 21, 2013

... we were who we said we were. So the big wait started for us, as we had my parents coming in 2 hours later. We settled down in the small airport cafe, ordered our first Italian beverages and Parma sandwiches, and Miss Eleven discovered that Italian Fanta is actually made from grapefruit and declared her undying love and devotion to the drink for the remainder of our time in Rome. Their plane arrived 30 minutes late, and we thought ...

When in Rome... EAT PIZZA! (and in Naples)

A travel blog entry by em_sam on Jun 29, 2013

51 photos

... that :) but we spent a number of hours exploring all the sites. These also made a great place for us to use as a running route (as well as the circus maximus) which I doubt we'll get anything on par again.

Day 2 was a big day of exploring the city, with sights such as the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps. We got ripped off by a Bangladeshi man who gave Em flowers after she said no, ...