Casa Vacanze Chiro

Address: Via Seriate, 2, Rome, Lazio, 00188, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Via Seriate, 2, Rome, is near Grotta di Bossea, Ponte Milvio, Villa Ada, and Bastia.
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      Rome - Home of the story of Creation

      A travel blog entry by bevin on Oct 28, 2014

      34 photos

      ... and the Sistine Chapel. Unlike Michelangelo who painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel solely himself, Raphael did the design and his assistants did the painting. Whatever! they all did phenomenal work enjoyed by thousands and thousands - 1/2 of whom we met today! I wouldn't like to be here in the summer (or the rain) as the crowds were at times overwhelming but - I would not have missed seeing this in my life time. ...

      The beautiful island of Capri

      A travel blog entry by brockjh on Sep 04, 2014

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      ... three hours, I arrived in the southern Italian region of Campania and then headed straight to its capital, Naples. At the port, I hopped off our coach and boarded our catamaran for 45-minutes crossing to the island of Capri – the jewel of the Amalfi region's islands.
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      From Bend to Rome and finally Napoli

      A travel blog entry by carloswysling on Apr 02, 2014

      4 comments, 4 photos

      ... Napoli is the traffic busy and zooming by at break neck speeds by Vespas, small little cars, cabs and buses. Our friend Doug H. Butler would be in heaven in this city as no traffic norms or rules are followed, whether the roads are narrow and the alleys are jammed with pedestrians – any direction goes regardless of posted "one way" signs. What a country.

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      Magnificent Monuments

      A travel blog entry by louize74 on Oct 27, 2013

      1 comment, 47 photos

      ... and choose a little restaurant called Mercato Hostaria. Waz had a risotto and I had a delicious grilled octopus. We had a long lunch and a few glasses of wine while we watched the market store holders pack up for the day. It's hard to believe they do this every day of the week accept Sunday. If only we had markets like this in Pomona, I would be in 7th heaven.

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      Making a home in the Unknown

      A travel blog entry by katelynthoresen on Sep 08, 2013

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      ... br> 2. They either want to kill Americans with their crazy driving skills, steal from them with their pick-pocketing skills, or flirt them up with their dark handsomeness. No worries, I'm still alive with all of my stuff and dignity. Although crossing the street every day means risking my life.
      3. They are always tardy and laid-back about schedules.

      Wednesday wasn't terribly exciting, but Thursday was cool. We got to go to the ...