Residence St. Joannes

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

Rome Gets Real

A travel blog entry by kara-yonluggage on Sep 11, 2015

2 comments, 165 photos

... This square is also a no-kill shelter for homeless cats. When we were looking in the square, we spotted a few cats.

Next, we went to the Pantheon which is Greek for "every god." This is one of the best-preserved buildings out of Ancient Rome and we thought it was in really good condition for being built over 1800 years ago. We went inside and looked at the ceiling, which has one hole in the very top where the sun ...

Holy Week in One of the Holiest Places on Earth

A travel blog entry by cascademayer on Apr 02, 2015

... so we could follow along and answer back in Italian when we needed to do so. Everyone had lit candles throughout so it looked like a sea of candles and then up by the Pope there was a cross, made out of burning candles that was really cool to see as well. Each stations cross was carried by a different family from countries where Christianity is being persecuted and that was really moving.

On Saturday we slept in and then ...

A delightful journey through Classical Rome

A travel blog entry by divansanten on Oct 30, 2014

31 photos

... near the main station with Ryan and Tanya!

Sun 2nd: Slow start took us along the Via del Fori Imperiali where there is no traffic and ...

Finding Religion Great Parking & a Pyramid

A travel blog entry by kimandcraig on Oct 10, 2014

13 photos

... if the Pope takes legal action. One last word on (ancient) Roman engineering--the Pantheon. This thing is truly amazing! A 2000 year old round building with a domed roof that is EXACTLY as wide as it is tall. Dome walls 20 ft thick at the base tapering to "only" 5 ft at the top, 55 ton single (most are sectional) piece granite columns that were quarried in Egypt & shipped to Rome. Fabulous! And who needs to go to Egypt to see a ...

It Has been too long. (Wed/Ths/Fri/Sat/Sun/Mon/Tu)

A travel blog entry by jordanklag on Jul 08, 2014

... so it was topped with some delicious vegetables and I think I ate the entire thing. I really want to go back to try to get their gluten free Tiramisu! I have never tasted the most amazing pizza and I feel the need to go back and get pizza there all the time. It was so good and I savored every bite, and it was so reasonably priced (which always makes it better).

Tuesday of Week 2. This morning there was no excursion, so I will just ...