Villa Patrizi

Address: Via di Villa Patrizi 20, Rome, Lazio, 00161, Italy | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Facts About Rome from Wikipedia 2

A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Dec 29, 2014

... architects Piacentini and Spaccarelli, for want of Benito Mussolini and in accordance with the church, after the conclusion of the Lateran Treaty. According to the Lateran Treaty, certain properties of the Holy See located in Italian territory, ...

Rome, Italy Population 2.6 million

A travel blog entry by anitamercado on Jul 08, 2014

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... in scaffolding. That's OK because we just walked a few more blocks to see the Santa Maria Pantheon before ending in Piazza Navona. There I enjoyed a REAL Italian pizza. So delicioso! The tour guide provided us with the length of our walk as being only four miles today. The tour driver's name was Franco. He told us to call him, Papa Franco. We rode in a large tour bus. So glad today was only part 1 of our visit in Rome. We will return in a few ...

Roaming at St Peters Basilica on Good Friday!

A travel blog entry by fromcathyp on Apr 18, 2014

6 comments, 3 photos

... there was a huge crowd lining up to go in. I just wanted to see if I could find out about the Sunday Mass and ended up talking to a Vatican official at a stop point. It turns out that I can't go because you need a ticket and they are all gone. This would be Roman was very disappointed!

I had to survive a trip back on the metro - back to Termini (6 stops) on Metro A and then another 6 stops on ...

Rome can"t be seen in a day

A travel blog entry by megandave on Apr 10, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... shoulder crowds scrambling into taxis and buses. People are pushing brochures and hats in your face and its quite a concern just to keep us together so we push our way through and up to the top deck of the chosen bus and watch this madness from up high as we pull away from the station and head off in the direction of the Colleseum.

The bus affords us a good view into the forum and the slow traffic plenty of time to see. At the Colleseum the Hawkers are back ...

A 29th Birthday Celebration in Rome...

A travel blog entry by sampat102012 on Sep 07, 2013

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... if they were wearing shorts/pants past their knees and their shoulders needed to be covered, as well as men needed to remove hats. This area was packed full of tourists all trying to remain respectful in silence but wanting to share the experience with those they were traveling with. The art was amazing, it was such a surreal feeling being in there and overall an incredible experience. After our three hour tour, the trek back to the ...