Il Quadrifoglio

Address: Via Pontina, 311, Rome, Lazio, 00128, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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Me & Frankie, or should that be Pope Francis &

A travel blog entry by waynelucas on May 21, 2014

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... of the lines one needs to be in etc etc etc. Wandered in an achieved a reasonable position only 13 rows from the front in the public section with say only half a dozen of so rows of seats behind us. I said to the others we should have taken an earlier train and we could have achieved my personal aim of row 10 or better but alas not to be. With the anticipation levels building and with every tick of the clock we somehow were able to get down our ...

Orvieto

A travel blog entry by wildwoodwalk on May 08, 2014

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... of 6 seats each. The trip took about an hour and 20. We must have been going pretty fast as my ears kept popping. Once at Orvieto I caught the Furnicular railway up the hill.
Orvieto is a hill top walled medieval village in Umbria. It sits 1000 ft above the valley below and was a regional power in the Middle Ages, as well as a major Etruscan city. The cathederal was built in 1330 and has one of the brightest facades I ...

Rome Wasn't Visited in a Day

A travel blog entry by zo_zo on Dec 02, 2013

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... of testing, because even though they would only need to scrape the bones a tiny bit to get samples, it would technically be removing a tiny piece. I got to see part of the bones in a tiny hole in one of the tombs!
We had a lunch break, and went to this place Gina had actually gone to years ago when she came to Rome with her family. The lady who runs it was crazy and kept yelling at us the three options she had made for the day, and kept expecting us to make up our ...

When in Rome

A travel blog entry by louize74 on Oct 22, 2013

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... to our struggle. Having settled in, and put a load of washing on we ventured out to wander around the Trastevere area. A very quaint yet lively local area, the ivy-tickled facades along the old lanes made it charming and inviting. By now it was 4pm and the streets were getting crowded not only with locals preparing for their passeggiata (stroll), but street vendors selling their hand made jewellery, artworks, ceramics, and clothing, and even street ...

Rome wasn't built in one day.......

A travel blog entry by samanthamaguire on Sep 02, 2013

1 comment, 6 photos

... with the guards constantly hushing the new people as they enter. Michelangelo knew his stuff!! The artwork really is magnificent and the colours stunning. The crowd moves almost as a whole, so we are in the chapel for only a short time. While the artwork in the chapel is truly amazing, so too is some of the work in the surrounding rooms and halls which we make our way back through on our way to St Peters Basilica. You know...where the Pope ...