Amati Da Roma B & B

Via Ottaviano, 42, Rome, Lazio, 00192, Italy | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by cjasko

... driving, walking, shaking hands, kissing youngsters, much to the awe of the faithful. It is a faith driven, emotionally charged two hours, so inspirational.

After a quick lunch, we have one more treat - a 10 person tour under St. Peter's, 20 to 40 feet under. Here, in claustrophobic, damp and hot narrow passages, we are shown the work of archaeologists, uncovering the foundation of the first St. ...

Oh just going to the Pantheon for class.

A travel blog entry by rome_aq

Today for our Art and Architecture we started out at the Pantheon. It's one of the best preserved structures from classical antiquity. Pantheon means 'to all the gods' though there's no evidence of a culture that worshipped the twelve gods in Rome at that time period. It was constructed between 125-128 by Emperor Hadrian, who used it primarily as ...

Ancient arches and golden arches…

A travel blog entry by mitchvillehs


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We met our coach downstairs at 8am and headed back into Rome centre. Today was about seeing the sights that we missed earlier in the week, especially the Colosseum.

We are situated in quite an accessible location from Rome so the bus trip was a quick 20 minutes. We met our guide, Louisa again, outside the Colosseum and enjoyed an hour long tour of the famous, grand structure. It is still quite well preserved in parts, ...

Day 4

A travel blog entry by stuitfam


Today we went to a different country: the Vatican! Thank goodness for online reservations, because that really cut our wait time. Didn't stop us from having to walk the gauntlet of tour guides though. Another massive museum which we got through a pretty large chunk of. They have an impressive collection on antiquities, which as Tom points out they stole most of and are now charging us to see. They highlights were the rooms painted by Raphael, including the School of Athens, and ...

Rome Part II

A travel blog entry by bandmeurope2013


... we headed to the Vatican museum, the main sight being the Sistine chapel. They have it laid out in a one way system (which is a great idea as its so crowded), where you go the a bunch of other sights on the way to the chapel, but don't need a map (and don't have to dodge people walking the other way). No photos of the chapel, as that is the one place where no photos are allowed (and they have plenty of guards constantly saying, "shhh, no foto e no video'). ...


This hotel, located in the Prati/Trionfale area of Rome, is near La Pieta, Vatican Guided Tours, Italy With Us, and Castroni.
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