Hotel Pulitzer Roma

Viale Marconi 905, Rome, Lazio, 00146, Italy | 4 star hotel
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Roman Adventures

A travel blog entry by jlafrenz

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... the Sistine Chapel (though I plan to go when the family visits) I did find a museum full of work from Architect and engineer Santiago Calatrava that I was able to explore.

Among my weekend travels I was also able to see Villa Farnesina. This house is covered in ornate paintings, with entire rooms painted by Raphael. It was a small side trip, but fun to see all of the artwork covering every flat surface in the house.

My other big adventure for ...

Rome - Day 13

A travel blog entry by coznlinda

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We leave this afternoon for Sorrento, so we will try to squeeze in a few more sights but are headed to the Borghese Gallery. It's a former home of a cardinal who managed to collect a vast collection of art. The highlights are his Bernini sculptures (Apollo Chasing Daphne---look it up) which are incredible. I visited the BG on my first visit in 2007 but I knew that Robin would enjoy the art work so it is a good excuse to go again. Our ...

Travel day from Rome to Venice

A travel blog entry by mariafuhrman

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Monday we went on an italiarail train to Venice. Unfortunately, we had just under 3 hours waiting on our train. We found a place to camp out with our luggage. It was the perfect place to people watch do it passed quickly. We got in around 5:30 and left our stuff in our apartment. Our usual routine (hitting a market ...

Going on Tour

A travel blog entry by gk2013

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... to the catacombs outside of Rome the christen burial grounds during the Roman Empire mass was said here as we'll as the burials. We went about 30 metres underground, the tunnels where quite narrow but were high as the contained 3 or 4 burial site above each other. They said there was approx 400 km of tunnels but they are ...

I Salvedei

A travel blog entry by davefremland

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... and Gianluca continued their barrage of questions about English and the USA. Nando and I bathed in each other’s company and our friendship as we swapped slang expressions and compared our improvements and frailties in each other’s language.

I had so much fun a tear came to my eye when it was time to leave. The type of relationship I have with I Salvedei is very special and I cherish every minute I get to spend with ...

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