Residence St. Joannes

via Appia Nuova, 37, Rome, Lazio, 00183, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Ciao! Sono in Roma!

A travel blog entry by cristinazoghbi

4

... my uniform. I knew she wanted it and she hesitated for a while…until my nephew, knowing somehow that we both wanted it, snatched it and threw it from the second floor until it cracked into a million pieces.

Now that I did not have my luggage, I wasn’t harassed anymore unless of course I would take a picture with my phone. Many tourists were actually stopping me to ask me for directions, thinking I was Italian. I quickly remembered how ...

Grandiose to a sanctuary for cats!

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee

18

... side of this huge white marble structure, there are chariots and winged goddesses that are easily recognizable even from such a distance. Up close, I liked the tomb of the Unknown Soldier, surrounded by Italian military, and carved all the way across the length of the building.

The traffic around the Vittoriano (the Piazza has one of those traffic circles!) is crazy. I don’t know how they decide which pedestrian ...

Rome

A travel blog entry by d_j_browning

28

... rates are really reasonable
(for Rome), and the location is perfect (right next to the Vatican and a
Metro station for easy access to the rest of the city).

Spent a couple of hours strolling down the streets, just getting our bearings
and seeing what is around. Plenty of shopping (if that's what takes
your fancy), plenty of wine bars, and plenty ...

An island, public transport and more obelisks

A travel blog entry by silsby

3

... opera and classical concerts, but which I believe has some VERY expensive apartments built onto it. After walking through this area, we headed up to Piazza Venezia, past the Campidoglio and Santa Maria in Aracoeli and the Vittoriano. Time for a caffe stop! We went into Caffe Napoleon, which is located in a building bought by Napoleon's mother, where she lived until her death. Unfortunately, when we left, Xander put the rest of his bottle of drink in his bag and ...

Rome: Pope Gear and Ancient Ruins

A travel blog entry by kurtmills

112

... with a jumbotron playing the final seconds of the game. After Italy won, people were riding in their cars and cheering while waving Italian flags. It was fun and I'm glad I got to be there.

The next day toured the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, the Roman Forum area, the Arch of Constantine, the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Tiber River, the Castel Sant'Angelo, St Peter's Basilica, the Vatican Museum, and the Sistine Chapel.
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