Farnesina Hotel

Via della Farnesina 23, Rome, Lazio, 00194, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Day 19

A travel blog entry by super_saurus

... then suddenly there it is right in your face - it's so massive! We went inside and had a look around and the hole in the roof is pretty impressive. Makes you wonder how they built something like that so long ago and how it's still standing!! - after a dinner break and a visit to the gelato place with 150 flavours (not even kidding, it was so good!) we continued on to Palazzo Venezia - It's called Palazzo Venezia because one of the buildings used to be ...

WHEEEEEEEE

A travel blog entry by kinwah

5

... would love to return in the near future.

EnRoute to the Spanish Steps, Mario took us to Chiesa di Sant'Ignazio. He gave us an assignment- enter the church and look up the dome. Then, walk to the altar, turn around and look back up at the dome again. He would wait patiently outside while we formulated our observations. The dome is indeed a puzzling one. It looks like a dome from the entrance. Walk further in to the altar and the change in perspective suggests the dome is ...

The Rome Diaries

A travel blog entry by indianajill

8

... seemed to have cleared so we headed to the Vatican and managed to get skip the line tickets that would allow us to see the Sistine Chapel again. The crowds were fierce but it is always worth it to see this amazing work of art. After the Chapel we headed out for lunch and then to my favorite, the Ponte Sant'Angelo and the Bridge of Angels.

Returning home on the subway we decided ...

Highlights of Rome

A travel blog entry by rhino25

19

... the bits they do not need for the telling of the story today. Some of these piles would be the entire collection of Roman artefacts in some museums!

After the Colosseum we headed past the still lengthy queue to get in and used the Metro to get up to St Peter's to sign up for the 11 o'clock tour of the Vatican Museum. We wanted to return to the museum to see the best bits again and enjoy them at a more leisurely pace. Our online card gave us a ...

Rome day 1

A travel blog entry by deddans

18

... It was worth doing the tour - she gave us a good understanding of how it was constructed and what went on but I was starving by the end. I found a small cafe some where and had gravlax with pumpernickel bread whilst people watching. I have done so much walking this morning that my feet have turned red from my sandals and I have to rest up before my 4 hr eating tour this evening. More then.. Wow, what a great tour. We met on an island on the Tiber River and walked over ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Prati/Trionfale area of Rome, is near Grotta di Bossea, Foro Italico, Ponte Milvio, and Bastia.
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