Dormire Altrove

Address: Via del Torraccio 223, Rome, Lazio, 00133, Italy | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Tue 9th - Fri 19th June 2015, Spain, France, Italy

A travel blog entry by sam.wilson on Jun 17, 2015

121 photos

... dinner before enjoying some free wifi and planning for the next day. In the morning, we decide to cycle in to Rome. Using google maps, it looks like there is a long but fairly straight-forward route so we pack some water, get on comfy shoes and get going. It is not straight-forward. One of our first roads is closed, and then we take a wrong turn and half to double-back on ourselves to get in the right direction. We have to stop every couple of miles to check we are on course, as ...

Our Rainy Day Explorations

A travel blog entry by cascademayer on Jan 21, 2015

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... Next, it started raining. And I made the dumb comment of saying, "Well, it's not too bad when it rains." Commence pouring rain. Bad idea. But anyways, we still went to the piazza and visited the right of the two churches (other one closed for Mass) and then walking all the way to the Spanish Steps. These also gave a lovely view of Rome (sorry no picture). Then Jessie really wanted gelato from Frigidarium, therefore we began our long track in the pouring rain across the city of ...

Living like Romans

A travel blog entry by tinadoug on Sep 25, 2014

8 photos

... It overlooks a private courtyard and not the street, thank goodness. It's so hot, our clothes are dry within a couple of hours.

We've decided that we will just wander around and not plan to go anywhere in particular. We covered quite a few attractions on our organised tour so took it easy. Rome is jam packed full of historical sites and churches. It would take months to look at everything and some treasures aren't even marked on a map. When ...

Day 9: Roma Antica

A travel blog entry by bkseitz on Sep 21, 2014

47 photos

... in person without light (natural light); but, you can pay to have the light turned on to see in more detail. While we were there someone did just that and you could see the waves in the painting from the warped wood that were beneath. We also passed the church of Santa Maria which has the first known "La Bocca della Verità (the Mouth of Truth)." This is marble carved into a man-like face, and is thought to be part of a first-century ancient Roman fountain, or perhaps a ...

Is the Pope Catholic?

A travel blog entry by jmdipippa on May 21, 2014

4 comments, 10 photos

... Catholics have been marginalized, ignored, ridiculed and criticized. The last two Popes seemed intent on closing the doors and windows that Pope St. John XXIII had opened through the Council. This Pope, who reminds me of St. John, has called out the hyper-judgmental crowd and emphasized love and service. He is happy and that joy spreads to everyone around him. Look at the smile on his face in the video! You can't fake that!

We stayed around the Vatican for ...