Brando & Gio

Via Castelfidardo 31 , Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 2 star hotel
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Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel

A travel blog entry by mitchdee07


... the birth of Christ. The Sistine ceiling is generally recognized as one of the most impressive works of art ever created, and the sheer size of this masterpiece (5,900 sq. ft.) is amazing. In addition to the ceiling, Michelangelo also painted "The Last Judgment" on the rear wall of the chapel, which is a monumental work of art in itself. Sadly, the poor illumination inside the chapel makes viewing difficult, and photography is strictly prohibited, ...

When in Rome!

A travel blog entry by amyrayleen


(Original blog was long and full of detail but it got deleted on accident, so this one will be brief)  Today is our first full day in Rome and I'm so excited. Today we are going to see the Coliseum. We decided to walk to the Coliseum so we were able to stop at a few little places along the way. Our first stop was at was in a church near our hotel. My mom and I went inside and the moment I went inside i ...

The Vatican City and Sistine Chapel, ITALY

A travel blog entry by writeofpassage


... tour would have been a complete and utter disappointment if not for being able to skip the queues to get in. But it was also nice to have someone to lead us around to all of the highlights of the vatican. They say that if you stopped to spend just one minute admiring every piece of art in the Vatican that you would be there for seven years! So now you know why I thought that I was unlucky today (getting pooped on and all). But Nathan kept on reminding ...

Literary Paradise & the Glory of Trajan

A travel blog entry by tknoepke


Today I set off to see the Keats/Shelley House, at the base of the Spanish Steps. This is the house in which the famous poet John Keats lived and studied in for the last few months of his life. His study was truly a literary paradise and I hope to have one just like it someday in my house. I could spend all day simply sitting in that study and soaking up the centuries of knowledge it contains.

From there, I visited the Markets of Trajan. This structure was built by the ...

All Roads Lead to Rome

A travel blog entry by miles_to_go


... some green space will do! With exhaustion and jet lag creeping back in, we found our way to the bus stop (had to ask a police officer where it was), waited for 45 minutes, and made it back to San Giovanni in Laterano. Before walking back to the metro stop, we ducked in to a gelateria for our first taste of the infamous gelato. Note: it's just as good as everyone says it is. Enjoying our cones, we strolled back through the Porta ...

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