The Secret Garden

Via Nino Bixio 48, Rome, Lazio, Italy | Hotel
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Villa Borghese

A travel blog entry by noyelles

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... lots of calls to the NavMan Help Line. Dick had to race off to get an International Drivers Licence. Anna came to dinner and tried to help download the maps on her computer to no avail. Fell into bed at 10pm & tried to sleep before our 3.30 am trip to the airport.

Thursday 15th May

Left Perth at 6am today & had 2 good but full, flights to Rome. It was a wonderful sight as we took off from Perth with the reflection of ...

Cooking Class in Roma!

A travel blog entry by brooklyn85

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... touchy-feely. He would constantly come over and pinch my cheeks and nose, and tell me how beautiful I was. On top of his sweetness and precious ways, he was very funny. By the end of the 2nd course preparation he decided he was going to be the new man in my life. He thoroughly enjoyed the idea of living in Monterey with me. Haha. No worries, he's married.

Just a side note: I feel like the american boy's need to come over and ...

Last Day in Italy

A travel blog entry by cncadventures

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... from the 5th century. It also has a relic that contains remnants of the manger that baby Jesus lay in. Right around the corner is the small Church of Santa Prassede. It may have been built over her home. Prassede was one of the Senators daughters that St. Peter converted. She helped hunted Christians hide but not all were lucky. Twenty three of these Christians were discovered one day and executed in her presence. The Chapel of Zeno in the church has beautiful ...

Friday ... Jewish ghetto & Trastavera

A travel blog entry by goadad

... within one building.  Two of the synagogues were " Spanish" for those who moved to Italy after 1492 expulsion.  The were also Italian synagogues. - Jews have lived in Rome since the 1st century bce.  They are not considered Sephardic although the prayers are similar...most melodies are different. - Today most of Rome's 15,000 Jews live outside the Ghetto area either in Rome or in nearby suburbs. - The Synagogue in Rome is Orthodox. ...

This is One Place I Would Love to go back to!

A travel blog entry by cinmarc

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... Carlos did a great job quietly telling the story after numerous times being shsssed. The Vatican City is it's own country. I'm now off the ship in Spain, trying to backtrack and blog; trying to remember what we did in each country. I think my memory is failing me. Forgive me if the pics don't match up, trying my best as not to wake Marc. It's hard looking through many pics that are the size of a postage ...

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This hotel, located on Via Nino Bixio 48, Rome, is near Via Tiberina and Torre del Grillo.
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