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

Vatican City and the beautiful Sistine Chapel

A travel blog entry by lyndalw on Jan 26, 2015

3 comments, 72 photos

... gelateria when we stumble across another one that provides a choice of 150 flavours!! looking very colourful and enticing we enter and make our choice....

Dinner tonight was on recommendation by Stefano and in fact his favourite restaurant - 'La Gensola' on Piazza della Gensole on the opposite side of Viale Trastevere - very good Italian food with a Sicilian slant and good wine - another great end to a fabulous day.

The Eternal City!

A travel blog entry by jimbeaux on Sep 16, 2014

... so much. Got to the Hotel….well, not really AT the hotel, but CLOSE. Since the Piazza Spagna is now a “Zona Pedonale” (and NO, that does NOT mean a place for pedophiles); it means NO CARS! And that includes Taxi’s (when coming from certain parts of the city)!! Coming from the airport, he could only get us so close, from there, we’re on our own…..SCHLEPPING. OOOHHHH, our favorite thing to do ...

Rome: the non-monumental

A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on May 21, 2014

2 comments, 18 photos

... is my last full day of my vacation. Tomorrow I begin my journey home. To have spent it slowly has been good. At times it was frustrating because everything so far has been done at such a pace, but learning to go slow again has been helpful. My mind is not quite so frenetic. I am also not writing this blog at 11.30 after a full day of walking. I will not complete it until after I turn in for the night, in case something interesting happens, but this too has been a ...

The family first

A travel blog entry by cnsilvestro on May 06, 2014

2 photos

... this was just the closest metro station to it so that what they called it.. Walking... No wonder shoes are big business in Italy. I asked someone where St. Peter's square was .. "Just keep walking and follow the wall" .. This turned out to be accurate advice, we just kept walking and followed the wall for what seemed like half an hour, then suddenly out no where, the it loomed, a huge open area, surrounded by magnificent buildings, the opulence was breathtaking, and ...


A travel blog entry by kseamon on Jun 09, 2013

Currently pAssing by the italian countryside On the way to Naples! High speed train at 735am with the train station an extra twenty minutes away plus check in leads to an early wake up call. Exhaustion kicks in and looks bad on me with bags under my eyes :( but that's ok! Today we are exploring Naples aka Napoli aka what should be beautiful! I'm so excited. AJ is currently hiding in the water closet on the train aka the ...