Pensione Kenzo

Address: Via Cernaia n.47 int.1 Scala.A, Rome, Lazio, I - 00186, Italy | Hostel
 
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Just roaming IN Rome....

A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Sep 14, 2015

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... spied a priest walking in the door of what I took to be a warehouse of some sort and thought I’d have a look, another lucky find as it was the loveliest church with a stunning mosaic side chapel. an open door to a courtyard at the back, other little chapels, and I was thankful that I’m nosy. It’s a church dedicated to Saint Prassede and her sister who were the daughters of supposedly the first of St Peter’s converts in Rome, ...

Never ditch an umbrella early!

A travel blog entry by want9814 on Apr 04, 2015

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... make a wish in the epitome of wishing fountains, which I did. The hostel ended up being great for meeting people and we routinely went out at night with a big group from the hostel. It was very cool to learn different people's reasons for traveling and many of them were solo girls. I also enjoyed a celebrity sighting. One of the times I was on my own I started in Piazza de Popolo and as I stood taking photos of the square ...

When in, Rome? Nope...all OVER Italy!

A travel blog entry by amelia.connell on Oct 26, 2014

... beach bum day. We found the bus stop but decided to spend some time in the city first which was an excellent idea. We went to the market first and bought like 3 blocks of cheese which were delicious and I have no regrets about. We also had some fresh strawberries and Tyler bought some pasta for home. I got to order everything in Italian and every person that I talk to asks if I speak Spanish as my first language… I don’t know if that’s a good thing or ...

Nice to Rome - 14th September 2013

A travel blog entry by hannahdeb on Sep 14, 2013

1 comment, 15 photos

... slippery marble stairs to the amazing views of the city. We went inside where mum got a little too close to a marble statue and hit her head, pretty hard (see photos). On one side of the building you can see St. Paul's Basilica's dome and on the opposite side there is an amazing, no restriction view of the Colosseum, which is just down the road. Once we saw that, we knew where we were walking next.
We got to the Victor Emmanuel II building just in time, as it was ...

Rome - the big stuff

A travel blog entry by rhogrefe on Jul 20, 2013

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Today were off to see all the big stuff in Rome - for the untraveled that means The Vatican and the Colosseum. We set of early in the morning to see the Basilica and the Sistine chapel. We arrived at 8am, no queue and we were dressed appropriately unlike 25 yrs ago when I was refused entry because I was wearing a pair of shorts that didn't cover my knees. So as we approach the security I see a sign that shows a list of items that are not ...