Gladiatori Deluxe Vatican Suites

Address: Via Degli Scipioni, 132, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near La Pieta, Vatican Guided Tours, Italy With Us, and Castroni.
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A Busy Last Few Days

A travel blog entry by jcdanovich on Jun 25, 2014

... standpoint, Montecassino is known for the battles that took place there in World War II. The Allies bombed the abbey to utter ruin, but a small section of the abbey remained standing. (Coincidentally) the area left standing was the section where Benedict’s room was. Unfortunately, the bombing did nothing but kill over 700 civilians taking refuge in the abbey although all of the 200 brothers and some 200 civilians survived. The Nazi soldiers were not in the abbey as ...

Marble in the Vatican taken from the Colosseum

A travel blog entry by devoviaggiare on May 09, 2014

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By the time I was to tour the Vatican, my last full day of my trip, I was very tired and my feet were still hurting from my excursion in Rome. But I decided that I would try to make the best of it. I mean I was traveling to the smallest country in the world. Funny thing tho, they didn't ask to see my passport ;)

The Vatican was built at a time when the Colosseum wasn't being used, so they took most all of the marble from the Colosseum and used it in the Vatican. ...

Tras Teh Veh Reh and Janiculum Hill

A travel blog entry by kinwah on Feb 07, 2014

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... local and foreign.
In the trattorias, you are expected to share your tables with others. Space is often a luxury hence this arrangement, but this also creates a warm and friendly atmosphere. We were seated next to a lovely Roman, Luigi, who would openly engage us in conversation. Luigi was fluent in English and recommended us different items on the menu. We opened with a starter of Rigatoni Pomodoro e Basilico (tomatoes & basil) and a local dish, Cacio e Pepe (cheese ...

Papa Francesco

A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Oct 09, 2013

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... audio guide was confusing and the signs didn’t direct us in the proper order. I still don’t have the various popes and centuries straight about who built what or when but I do remember Pope Paul III had a lot to do with the way it looks today. The view from the top was amazing. It was worth the price of admission just for that view! The “new” and 5th Archangel Michael to sit atop the Castel has been there – oh, ...

Contiki Italy

A travel blog entry by 2460matt on Sep 25, 2013

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I flew into Rome where my Contiki started and bused off down to Pompeii. We did a walking tour of the town that was once buried by volcanic ash. It was amazing to see how preserved it left the Roman ruins from thousands of years ago. There were even mold's of people made from a cast left in the rock hard ash. We stayed in Sorento that night, a beautiful coastal town that overlooks the volcano Mt Vesuvius. From Sorento we too a boat out to the Isle of Capri. Its warm blue ...