Casa La Salle - Casa Per Ferie

Via Aurelia, 472, Rome, Lazio, 00165 , Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near Sistine Chapel (Cappella Sistina), Presto Tours, Roman Candle Tours, and Villa Doria Pamphilj.
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    Day 15 -Vatican and Coliseum

    A travel blog entry by boardman on Jul 29, 2014

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    ... were. Visitors to Rome had to have been in awe 2000 years ago. Got through the two major sites with no line waiting. I liked that part too. Sandy's view - Sooooo much walking, I could barely put one foot in front of the other when we got back to our hotel at 10:30! Seeing the sights was interesting, loved the Coliseum and Vatican. The Sistine Chapel was so jaw dropping beautiful, and learning how he painted ...

    Our last day in Rome

    A travel blog entry by funinitaly on Apr 15, 2014

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    Our last day in Rome

    We were up early again today – 5.45am to get ready for breakfast at 6.30am. We have a great deal of choice for breakfast, with toast,cereal, bread, croissants, yoghurt, bacon and eggs, as well as juice, coffee and tea. We'll have to get used to having a smaller breakfast at home!

    After breakfast, we were off for our day trip to Pompeii by 7.15am. The long drive was worthwhile. We met up with our local expert ...

    Halloween at the Vatican

    A travel blog entry by europepilgrims on Oct 31, 2013

    28 photos

    ... a small neighborhood with narrow walkways throughout, called a "Necropolis". These family mausoleums were easily accessed because families would congregate here to dine with their dead family members on special occasions throughout the year. Many had atriums and even roofs for this purpose. The richer families had sarcophagi, paintings, and statues. When Constantine decided to build his basilica around 350 AD, he was insistent that it be built around the tomb of St. Peter, the ...

    Rome wasn't built in a day but we think Naples was

    A travel blog entry by danielle.bajada on Aug 21, 2013

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    ... with an open ceiling and the floor is concaved so when it rains the water can drain out.

    The Trevi Fountain would have to be the most impressive fountain we've ever seen. Myth is if you hold a coin in your right hand and throw it over your left shoulder into the fountain you will come back to Rome, if you throw two coins you will meet and fall in love with a Roman man/lady, three coins you will marry the person that you met, quite ...

    Vatican City and Rome

    A travel blog entry by reenashah on Jun 23, 2013

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    ... hospitality and everyone was so generous.

    Since we didn't have the keys to our apartment we had to wait till about 8:30pm to get back in. We were absolutely relieved to see all of the guys after a long day and just happy to be back in our apartment. Then, we packed up, went out and grabbed a quick dinner and showered.

    The next morning we woke up at 4am and began to hitchhike to the train station to get a taxi and along the way ...