San Peter Rome

Piazza Santa Maria alle Fornaci 2, Rome, Lazio, Italy | Hotel

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Day 17 - Rome

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013


... actors and former gladiators. Each tier was divided into sections (maeniana) by curved passages and low walls (praecinctiones or baltei), and were subdivided into cunei, or wedges, by the steps and aisles from the vomitoria. Each row (gradus) of seats was numbered, permitting each individual seat to be exactly designated by its gradus, cuneus, and number. Arena and hypogeum The arena itself was 83 meters by 48 meters . It comprised a wooden floor covered by sand (the Latin ...

The Eternal City

A travel blog entry by tracey_lucas01


... we decided to skip the queue into the Vatican museum this trip.

I don’t recall there being so many people and so many queues last time we were in Rome. I remember just breezing into St Peters (no queue) and hanging out at the trevi fountain in relative quiet. This time there were mobs of tourists at every spot, all jostling for photo space. Even late into the night the crowds persist around the ...

Religion and Ruins in Rome

A travel blog entry by jono.anita87


... on the boat, we headed out to find an internet cafe to remove the photos from our SD card that had been completely filled in a week. We then grabbed a quick meal at a local takeaway and retired to our room to eat and get some sleep.

Struggling to wake to our 6:30am alarm, we packed a day bag to head off to Vatican City. Without time for breakfast we brought a couple of tube tickets and made the quick 5 stop journey to Ceptro, near our destination. After a ...

Planes, Trains & Automobiles

A travel blog entry by bcope100


... we found the correct train. Have I mentioned how perfect the weather has been? We all commented how nice it was to haul all that luggage & not break a sweat. :) The train was a double decker, so of course, we rode on the upper level. The train ride was quick, only about an hour or so & then we caught a taxi that took us right to the luggage drop off for the cruise.

We all got very excited when we caught sight of ...

No matter how far or how wide I Rome...

A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee


... snaking queues at the Colosseum, I wondered why everyone doesn't do it!

We eventually came to the equally overlooked entrance to the Forum, pushing through the turnstiles to find the place literally in ruins but spectacularly so! Dating back to the 8th century BC, we were surrounded on all sides by the metaphorical and actual bedrocks of our modern day civilisation. It's widely accepted that this is the birthplace of our contemporary political ...


This hotel, located on Piazza Santa Maria alle Fornaci 2, Rome, is near St. Peter's Basilica (Basilica di San Pietro), Vatican area, Vatican, and Teatro Ghione.
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