Residence St. Joannes

via Appia Nuova, 37, Rome, Lazio, 00183, Italy | Hotel
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A slice of Eternity

A travel blog entry by faerenuff

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... a single piece of red granite taken from Egypt. We walk in to the throng of another thousand tourist and try to take in the sights.

We are on a mission - now we are seeking Bernini's "Ecstasy of Saint Teresa", which is in a small church called Santa Maria della Vittoria. Surprisingly its not to hard to find and is in the general direction of the Spanish Steps from the Pantheon. The statue is high up in a small chapel and looks a little grimy in the light ...

When in Rome....

A travel blog entry by luv2srff

49

... romantic, I probably should have done it. What really impressed me the most about Venice was the buildings. The detail in some of these buildings was amazing and it was obvious that there was an incredible amount of history in that city. Before going to Venice I jumped on the Couchsurfing website and got in touch with a few people. A guy named Giuseppe got back to me and said I could crash at his place, but it was pretty far outside of the city. ...

Wandering in Rome

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee

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... pomegranates to get enough juice!), so it wasn't cheap. It was good, but tasted a little different, maybe more like the berries mixed with the skin—ha! A bit later, at a little deli/bakery, I bought an apple tartlet and ate it walking around Piazza Navona.

The Piazza was already pretty busy, probably because it’s the weekend. I love the look of the stone buildings against the blue sky and puffy clouds! There were a few vendors here also, selling ...

From Lucerne to Rome

A travel blog entry by sherondotjohn

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Caught the train to Milan early this morning. The weather was overcast and quite cool. We were disappointed that we wouldn't be able to enjoy the same scenery as we did on the way here. Then a miracle happened. We entered a very long tunnel and when we came out the other side the sun was shining and all the clouds were gone. It must be a magic tunnel. We caught a Eurostar fast train from Milan to Rome. It only took 3 hours. A lot of the journey was ...

From the Vatican to the Catacombs

A travel blog entry by petitchou

... San Paolo Fuori-le-Mura and San Maria Maggiore, which was across the road from Appian Line's Shopfront. Each church was magnificent, with marble and gold and artwork, but none as impressive as the fourth in the set, St Peter's. We learned about each church's main features, and in particular their jubilee doors. Jubilee means "joy" and every 25 yrs, the churches break down the walls that currently enclose these doors. All who then walk through these gates are forgiven. Dogma, ...

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