Residence Tiburtina

Via Milazzo 29, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Lupo, the Wedding Cake and home-cooked Italian

A travel blog entry by kinwah on Feb 09, 2014

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... They looked like clams (la la or pi pi known to us Asians) only a considerably smaller size. Jenessa, volunteered to be his souz chef whilst I was happy to sit on the couch trying to catch up with my blog. The dish was cooked ala vongole style, with white wine. The other details I did not quite catch but I'm sure Jenessa has picked up a thing or two about Italian cooking. Mario was very willing to share and answer the questions she had during preparation of ...

Rain, rain, go away!!

A travel blog entry by rome_aq on Oct 09, 2013

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... that is dedicated to the martyr Saint Chrysogonus. This is also where the Blessed Anna Maria Taigi is on display. She is incorruptible, meaning that her body has not decayed at all wile being dead. It was really creepy. I am glad we did not get a good look at her. This church also has the Cosmati floors. We then headed over to the San Benedetto in Piscinula. This is a little medieval church located in a little piazza. It is run by the Heralds ...


A travel blog entry by greghahn on Sep 22, 2013

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... brother Josh and his dad from Melbourne. The speaker was from Perugia (Alessio Tassi) so we have arrnaged to meet him when we go there later in October. We didnt want to leave but eventually had so so we walked back to the station with Josh and his dad and caught the train one stop home.

Had a nice meal and gelato locally, pasta for Bianca and I and pizza again for Dianne and Josh. Afterward I sent others ...

Back in Rome

A travel blog entry by rhino25 on Aug 07, 2013

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... seat of the Popes so it has a lot of history and, unlike St Peter's which has been completely redeveloped, this church has been modified through the years. The layers of history from medieval to eighteenth century could be seen quite clearly. We were not quite through the audio guide tour when we were told that the church was closing so we set of through the front door to the Metro station to head home.

Back to the hotel for a quick rest and ...

Rain in Rome

A travel blog entry by while on Jun 01, 2013

2 comments, 10 photos

... will be too packed to move, I abandon the wait, the line, and the Vatican. I return to the hostel to thaw, dry off, and scout out lunch and alternative museums. The wait for the Vatican was made somewhat more interesting, at least, by fast-talkers repeatedly trying to sell 'skip the line' deals to the couple behind me (wide range of prices and reasoning). Back at the hostel I find a nearby museum, Palazzo Massimo, which trip advisor assures me has a ...

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