XX Settembre

Via del Macao 6, Rome, Lazio, 185, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Gelato, Pizza, Wine and Pasta!

A travel blog entry by jess416


... of residence" for the next few days. We were doing very well until we got to the metro and went to buy our tickets and this man was about to steal our money so we hustled up and got outta there quickly. Of course I was putting my ticket through the slot the wrong way so it wouldn't take it. Finally when i got it to work, I walked through and took my bag through behind me and it got stuck in the glass doors so I had to pull it through with all my might. Anyways, we made it and got ...


A travel blog entry by reneepetaaa


... being this random garden we found on top of a building, it had the most amazing view of the whole of Rome. It was spectacular! However we found this park at 6.45 when we had to be back at the Spanish stairs to leave at 7.15 and we really had no idea where we were or how to get back! We were back at the Spanish stairs by 7.03pm! What a great effort! After the metro ride back to the accommodation we gathered our washing and head to Moe's ...

Gladiators and Obelisks

A travel blog entry by madolph


... on the young men here, but let's just say it's worse than 'El Penetrato' (which is what he named his bike seat in Munich.) But Rome. Rome is amazing! The architecture, the age, the feeling of grandeur and power. The city emanates power. Heading into the city, the bridge had statues of babes suckling from wolves and that just 'welcomed' you to Rome. This city is everything we wanted and hopefully more tomorrow! We had a huge thunderstorm in ...

Walking Tour of Roma

A travel blog entry by crystalsims


... holding an oar to denote the river's navigability. The Danube, representing Europe, supports the papal coat of arms of Innocent X. The Nile is depicted with cloaked face, because at the time no one knew the source of the river. The Rio de la Plata sits upon coins symbolizing the promise of wealth from the Americas.

This fountain sits in front of the Baroque Church of Sant'Agnese in Agone. This church, commissioned in 1652, was designed by ...

Roma, Day 3

A travel blog entry by howardhalm


... from google images so you can experience the beauty. We were lucky to visit this day because it was closed during convocation to select new Pope Francis, Easter Sunday and tomorrow, Apr 3,

The last stop was St. Peter's Basilica, which is cavernous and beautiful. Below are photos of St. Peter's burial site and altar used by Pope when he presides.

Marisa guided us to another delightful lunch spot ...

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