Residence St. Joannes

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

Ciao Roma...St Peter's Basilica

A travel blog entry by lyndalw on Jan 24, 2015

1 comment, 20 photos

... the next 6 days - he showed us about, gave us a map and a few recommendations ie. nice walks/no. 8 tram/nearby restaurants etc... Andrew, Mahala & I went to a little restaurant around the corner for a very affordable and delicious meal ...then home to bed!

Morning arrives - blue sky & sunshine - Roma awaits! We decide to take the recommended walk by Stefano up behind where we stay to a hilltop ridge then eventually down towards ...

Our Intrtoduction to Rome

A travel blog entry by ptpope on Sep 29, 2014

12 comments, 22 photos

... to a special the waiter suggested of Linguini with Tomatoes, Mussels and Zucchini. I questioned the waiter on the Agnolotti al ragu fatti in cosa and had absolutely no idea what he told me, but since I decided I was going to be a bit daring I said OK. It turned out to be like a Ravioli, which I don't like, so Tom and I switched and I ate around the stuff in his dish that I didn't like. I'm so lucky that Tom will eat pretty ...

Roma and Napoli

A travel blog entry by jbasta27 on May 14, 2014

1 comment, 55 photos

... included stops at the Campo di Fiori (Where Ceaser was murdered), Piazza Navona, Trevi Fountian, Italian Parlament, and The Spanish Steps. We visited the Colosseum and the Roman Forum (Where Rome began), and walked on stone paths that Ceasar himself likely walked on. One thing I really liked about Rome was all of the ancient ruins laying around the city. It definitely motivated me to learn a bit more about that time of history and especially learn about their ...

Olala, Italia !

A travel blog entry by adventureisus on Apr 29, 2014

1 comment, 67 photos

... the country side you can see hill top villages dating back from the Roman time. It was great to stay the night in one of those settlements in an old converted farmhouse. This area has a rich history of artists and Julius Cesar was the one that built Florence for returning/retiring army officials.

But now we had different priorities: the laptop! So, on the road again and after going through, I don’t know how many tunnels, we got to Ancona. We traded the computer for ...

When in Rome ...

A travel blog entry by roxietaylor on Nov 14, 2013

59 photos

... the train I was a little disappointed as all you could see was scaffolding, around the structure. But as I moved further around there was plenty that didn’t have scaffolding. I headed to the Roman Forum Ruins Gate
to buy my combination ticket as the line is a lot shorter and then headed into the Roman Forum to have a look. There were no maps, but plenty of information boards explaining what you were looking at, this was truly amazing to see the remains of a Roman ...