Nostra Signora di Lourdes

Address: Via Sistina 113, Rome, Lazio, Italy | Hotel
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      Fun Day in Rome!

      A travel blog entry by bridge8985 on Jul 11, 2014

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      Today we had a free day in Rome so we slept in late and decided to go continue to hunt down our luggage. We had found an address for Lufthansa in Rome so we thought we would go check it out. No such luck, but we ended up having a wonderful day! We saw the Palace of Justice and came across Castel Sant'Angelo and decided to go in. It was so amazing …

      Rome - Heading home

      A travel blog entry by barb3389 on Oct 20, 2014

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      ... 2 hours to have lunch at Wagamama's in Terminal 5, but no chance at all. Paul and I were stuck in the middle of the centre section of the plane, have never had that happen before. Luckily, the aisle seat beside Paul was empty so we were able to move over. Our Ontario Coachways bus was waiting for us but it seemed like a long drive home. Most of us snoozed through some of it. We didn't get to Picton until 12:30AM and then to our house by 1:00. Such a long day but what a great ...

      A Busy Last Few Days

      A travel blog entry by jcdanovich on Jun 25, 2014

      ... side altars and tombs of different saints under the altars. One tomb I had not noticed the previous two times I was in Saint Peter’s is the tomb of Saint John XXIII. His tomb is actually a glass casing because his body is incorrupt. While he is extremely white due to the lack of blood flow and oxygen in his body, his body has not decayed. Two other great altars I was able to view were the altars of Saint John Chrysostom and Saint Gregory the Great. Both are major ...

      Tras Teh Veh Reh and Janiculum Hill

      A travel blog entry by kinwah on Feb 07, 2014

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      ... very clear and our host's name was clearly labeled on the buzzer.

      He buzzed us in, and I lugged my suitcase up four flight of stairs to our new temporary home. Mario opened the door, a tall Italian man with a smile on his face. "Mario?" "Si!" "Ciao!" *looks around* "Where is your girlfriend?" "Down stairs with her luggage!" "OKAY!" He starts bolting down the stairwell and soon he was coming back up with Jenessa and her luggage.
      Mario is a fantastic host. We later ...

      Iron Chef

      A travel blog entry by rome_aq on Oct 07, 2013

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      ... left over pasta, apples, Nutella, corn flakes, sausage, and some spices. We had to make a main dish, side dish, and a dessert. After much deliberation we made a curry turkey with a red wine reduction sauce for the main course. The side dish, I made, and it was ratatouille. For the dessert we made Nutella mousse with crushed corn flakes on top. We also made an extra dish tomato, fennel, and sausage soup.

      We came in third.....out of three. :| ...