Albergo Dei Leoni

Address: Piazza del Popolo 11, Monterotondo, Lazio, 00015, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Piazza del Popolo 11, Monterotondo, is near Via Tiberina and Torre del Grillo.
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        Vatican Tour

        A travel blog entry by jacquidaly on Nov 05, 2015

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        ... if a decision hasn't been made, white if it has) Actually we saw the holes where the chimneys go because they make new chimneys each time. St Peter's is the biggest Chapel in the world. Yes the world. It was absolutely gob smacking. I haven't got the words to explain. Picture cartoon eyes on springs, flying out of their sockets, that's how I felt. It is huge, lots of arches, the dome is amazing, richly decorated just beautiful. We saw the Holy Door, which is sealed with bricks from ...

        Rome Day 4: Colosseum, Pantheon and Gelato

        A travel blog entry by goldfishnz on Sep 24, 2015

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        ... just perfect. The main room is about 7 sq m, with a pitched roof due to being a converted loft - the ceiling is exposed beams and entirely whitewashed. The floor is terracotta tile and all the windows have wooden internal shutters to block out the sun. From the front door there is a flight of 10 steps up, and there are another three steps to the balcony. Adding in the 90-odd steps from the street, it's a good place to get fit. The ...

        Finding The Pope

        A travel blog entry by anlnewby on Aug 27, 2015

        Today we had decided to explore Vatican City. We had bought our tickets a few days before, so we only had to walk to the Vatican and be there by 9. It was pretty straightforward getting in and we got an audio guide for some extra information. The Vatican museum was incredible. It was so massive. It started with a garden and then we headed inside room to room. There were hundreds of painting, statues ...


        A travel blog entry by jbish95 on Jul 05, 2015

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        ... to the Italian coast for the next 2 months. The train went swimmingly, we made it there on time it was surprisingly
        expensive but seamlessly quick and we were at Rome Termini in 2 hours. We were
        not prepared for the infamous Rome heat and both were not enjoying ourselves
        trying to find bus 40 that would take us to the famous Pantheon where we were

        We made it and squeezed onto the bus with 5 ...

        Underground rome

        A travel blog entry by amy.cosgrove on May 26, 2015

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        ... bodies left in the tombs but you could see where people would have been buried and there were a bunch of papal (16 popes!) graves in there. You could tell by the marble floors and epic frescoes (10 metres underground, lot of effort to go through). Our next stop was the Church of San Clemente, near the colosseum. This church was a 12th century cathedral that was run by the Irish Catholics. There was a priest a few centuries back who ...