Villa Patrizi

Via di Villa Patrizi 20, Rome, Lazio, 00161, Italy | 4 star hotel
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The rain finally caught up with us, sadly!

A travel blog entry by christianbjork

It was a really good idea to walk around so much yesterday, since today we got rained on - hardcore. First we had our simple breakfast around 8am and walked to the Vatican to visit St Peter's Basillica. We got there around 9am or so, only a 10 minute walk away, and got in the line. It was already pretty long, but moved along really quick. When we got in line it was only about one third of the ...

Day Nineteen

A travel blog entry by sarahpursell

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... and examples of today's Rome being but upon Ancient Rome before heading to the main event... The Coliseum! Claire gave us a short spiel and took a group shot in front before letting us go to explore for the next couple of hours. A few of us headed off to line up to go inside the Coliseum when one of the guys found someone selling skip the line and tour tickets so we all jumped on this instead. There was a Roman guy telling us fun facts about the ...

Rome the OHara way

A travel blog entry by theoharafamily

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... that wasn't open to the public, all feet on fire due to walking about 12klms in thongs. Funny thing is Trastevere was tourist less and just it's usual beautiful self, and then we discovered some amazing art in the National Gallery and a great view of Rome from Passeggiata di Gianicolo. So the moral to this story is getting lost in Rome is fun, provided you have good ear plugs to mute the objectioners.

All in all a good day.

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Day 41 - Thursday 18 April/Italy, Rome Day 9

A travel blog entry by sooboo15

Left Hotel Kraft at 8.00 to walk to station and when we got there we thought we had, like an hour before our train so we went into the cafe as our train was due to leave at 9.23. We emerged from cafe at 8.55 and could see no sign of train on departure board so made enquiries at customer service desk to find we were at WRONG station!!!! Jumped on 9.09 train to Rome Terminal and got off one stop later at ...

The breeches painter

A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty

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... Dalis and Kadinskys. On the other hand, the religious art, even by lesser known artists is quite revered. The Sistine Chapel ceiling though is well worth the visit. Even if you look at it only from the perspective of the pure human sacrifice that went into creating it. Michelangelo spent four years of his life flat on his back on scaffolding he designed for the purpose to paint this masterpiece. It is quite magnificent. He also painted "The Last Judgement" which is above the ...

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