Residence St. Joannes

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

High speed train - Brisbane to Sydney needs one

A travel blog entry by np888 on Jun 13, 2015

... ride in business class and Australia really needs this type of transport on the east coast.

Now I got a bit of shock at the hotel room in Rome compared to the beautiful large room in Positano. The only way I can describe it was a small cave with a ********** bounce bed). Given we are now on the tour I expected the accomodation would be a step down but this was about three steps down. You all ...

All Roads Lead To Rome

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Dec 17, 2014

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... quick hellos before returning to our delicious meal. We opted to share the carbonara pasta which was excellent and unlike any that we had tried so far and then we each tried a different main dish, chicken for Bree and beef for me. Everything was so delicious, we were so thankful to have been clued in on this seemingly private little club of admirers of this restaurant and to top it all off it ended up being one of the least expensive meals that we had in Rome. Amazing!

Rome at last!!

A travel blog entry by martinfamilyusa on Sep 11, 2014

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Here we are in Rome!! We left Melbourne on Wednesday 10th on time at 9.25pm flying Emirates. It is a great flying experience. Heaps of room, great meals and staff very helpful. First stop was Dubai airport at 6am. Surprise, surprise we had a great coffee and a pastry, although food wasn't needed as we had so much on the flight. Next flight was at 8.30, Dubai to Rome. ...


A travel blog entry by bruce-abernethy on Sep 01, 2014

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... morning in the Vatican Museum. Like the Colosseum, there was a solid wall of touts surrounding the Vatican, all offering deals to "jump the line". Our question was: with all these opportunities to jump the queue, who was in the queue? We decided to find out. I ended up fobbing off the touts by telling them that we had paid extra to line up! At least that got them smiling. When we got there, the line was a mile long. However, someone (official, maybe vatican, maybe ...


A travel blog entry by cjasko on May 01, 2014

... glass and letter opener (could be used as a dagger). So, our choice
was to throw the dagger away or take the carryon bag back to the airline baggage counter,
which we did. And again we had to go thru security, and were successful.

The next stop was at the gate to the plane where everyone was gathered to enter the
plane. After waiting 20 minutes for the gate to open, it finally does. And ...