Montebello Guesthouse

Via Montebello 17 # 4A, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Rain, Churches and Mike Angelo

A travel blog entry by maryellenandbob on May 23, 2014

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... to this ... but I guess Italian men didn't figure it out because the tradition has long since stopped, and Italy has one of the lowest birth rates in Europe). We descended from the "Capital Hill" on Michelangelo's steps and ventured a short distance to the resting place of St. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Jesuits; Gesu Church. Most remarkable was a statue of a Nun "whipping the unbelievers" next to his grave. Jesuits always ...


A travel blog entry by abonilla on Mar 08, 2014

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... of my favorite sights. Centuries and centuries of history were clearly marked on every Roman ruin that we walked through. The more we climbed and climbed up Palatine Hill, the more we saw the beauty of Rome increase in depth. The sun hit our bodies ever so strong and it made the grass sparkle with the light. The trees were long and stood straight onto the skies - it would have seem fitting to see dinosaurs roaming through the ruins. The Colosseum did disappoint me a ...

We are on our way to Marrakech

A travel blog entry by chrissimonic on Oct 11, 2013

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... snake charmers, musicians,storytellers, fire eaters and hundreds of small outdoor restaurants. The city of Marrakech is quite westernised and there are some lovely hotels, wide avenues, lush plantings of Palm trees and other plants, fountains, horses pulling carriages, you can hire, and much more. We eat in the outdoor restaurant were there is a cart holding all the food on display and they cook on the cart and barques. You pick what you want from ...


A travel blog entry by vgfamily on Jun 01, 2013

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Although there was no heat to escape from, we decided to spend our last day in Italy outside of Rome in the little Umbrian town of Orvieto. The medieval town sits atop a mountain surrounded by rocky cliffs. To get up to the top you can take the funicular or walk up the steep slopes.

We were lucky enough to visit on a festival day. From the breathtaking Duomo (cathedral) a large procession dressed in medieval costumes and ...


A travel blog entry by bitsy.gypsy on Apr 27, 2013

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... angels. As you enter you see a dank prison beneath with torture chambers, a clearing above for fighting with cannon balls, as you climb further you come to lavish apartments with old oil paintings & old hand carved furniture. This fortress was built in 139A.D. And the views of the city below are breathtaking! Before Vatican city was even a thought.

On our stroll home we stumbled upon a restaurant where we hope ...