Dormire Altrove

Via del Torraccio 223, Rome, Lazio, 00133, Italy | Hotel
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Rome day 2

A travel blog entry by obrillips

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... of rare and important pieces. The Raphael rooms and map corridor where especially enjoyable. Moving through the complex we eventually reached the famous Sistine Chapel. The paintings inside where incredible, as was the amount of people that managed to fit into the room. Crowded!!! We tried to admire the walls and ceiling as we swam our way through the school of sardines. Although, perhaps it was more flopping on dry land than swimming.

After the Chapel we made ...

General Tour of Rome

A travel blog entry by hayesj

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... a Egyptian obelisk in it and two identical churches either side of one of the roads leading out of it. Biggest disappointment of the day was the Spanish Steps. Had been told that it was a must see but failed to see why. Maybe it was because the fountain at the bottom was surrounded by plywood as repairs were carried out on it as was the church at the top. However the Trevi Fountain was a surprise. It is at one end of a small square and is huge. It shows ...

Roaming Rome

A travel blog entry by swri

2
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... where we were exactly. Lots of old stuff here lol but some newer buildings too. After tour went back to room for a rest before going out for dinner. Walked down some streets to find restuarant. Found one playing some jazz music and had dinner on the pavement table. Had salmon with vegetables on the menu so decided I would like some fish. It came steamed with the vegetables and lemon and orange and was quite ...

Rome

A travel blog entry by robchurch

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... It is not to say that I wouldn’t have been able to handle one in Rome, but the combination of 95-degree days with no air conditioning and no travel companions, meant that a hotel was definitely something I cherished. The hotel was around three miles from Rome, as I was told it would be. Luckily, there was also a shuttle that ran every hour to and from the Vatican for three Euros. The Wi-Fi was very disappointing however. I have been using Viber, a free iPhone VOIP ...

Vatican City

A travel blog entry by thisgreatworld

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... the sculpture of Laocoon to the public. It features some of the most renowned classical sculptures and most important Renaissance masterpieces. The highlights include the Sistine chapel, the Gallery of maps and works from Caravaggio, Leonardo da Vinci, Fra Angelico, Giotto, Raphael, Nicolas Poussin and Titian or the red marble throne. The Sistine’s frescoes were decorated by some of the greatest Renaissance artists. Pope Sixtus IV commissioned wall frescoes for the ...

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