Hotel Ludovisi Palace

Address: Via Ludovisi 43, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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A travel blog entry by alikehate1205 on Jan 08, 15

... 21] "Although Loyson was sometimes in contact with such anti-Catholic propagandists" analogous to Chiniquy, "he was wary of the violence of their language."

According to Cross, "Loyson was too profoundly Catholic to associate with such extremists."[15](pp73-74) Marx and Blied identified Loyson as the source of Vilatte's interest in the Old Catholics' schism.[9](p2)

The Eglise Catholique Gallicane (ECG), founded by Loyson in 1879, was "the Paris ...

Colosseum and the Baths

A travel blog entry by 3beansabroad on Sep 24, 2014

25 photos

... to the arena stage. Special farms were kept outside the city to raise the "wild" animals that would be brought into the city to either a) be hunted by gladiators for the entertainment of the crowd in an environment that simulated their land of origin or b) be released to slaughter unarmed people for entertainment. Sometimes there would be special events. For instance, at some point a whale washed up on Italian shores and this captured the ...

Is the Pope Catholic?

A travel blog entry by jmdipippa on May 21, 2014

4 comments, 10 photos

... to come in, get the orientation, and tour the chapel."

Two distinctly Roman things stand out here: time is fluid and there is incredible beauty tucked away around every corner. The college is for American clergy and nuns to do advanced study in Rome. A nun gave use our orientation (what to wear, what to expect, where to enter etc) while a seminarian gave us a tour of the chapel. The chapel is not open to the public but is still in use for the folks at ...

Roma Day 2

A travel blog entry by saskilton on May 11, 2014

5 photos

... rustic traditional looking streets. As our bellies started to grumble, we stopped at a restaurant that didn't look too touristy. Apparently looks can be deceiving. We ordered our main meal, at which he recommended getting a starter as the mains would take 20 minutes to cook ( maybe the first clue to be conned into spending more money?) so we asked for bread. He started to gibber away very quickly in English but with a heavy accent, all ...

Rome

A travel blog entry by ckwalt on Dec 19, 2013

4 comments, 76 photos

... down. Very very picturesque.    3. I'm not sure if I've mentioned this earlier, so forgive me if I have. The smoking is very different over here. It is much more mainstream with a higher class of society taking to puffing on a cigarette as they are walking along or sitting in a restaurant. I appreciate Australia's efforts to bring smoking to where they have.   We also get the smell of much more than just tobacco as we wander the streets. I'm sure you get the gist ...