A Casa di Getta

Via Reggio Emilia 29, Rome, Lazio, 00198, Italy | Inn
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Eventual Roman tourists

A travel blog entry by teambargey

11

... impact on such sights. Some of the stone arches along the side looked really precarious, and we seem to be pursuing scaffolding wherever we go. However, better to fix stuff up than watch it become gravel. Juls overheard some vague directions to the entrance (given no SIGN to tell you), and they were fortunately on the mark. The crowd was fairly large and pretty random in its formation and direction, so we were again without a clue on what to do. If all ...

Made it!

A travel blog entry by sarahgapyear

3

... the train was ' broken' apparently. The couple said to stay on so I did and five mins later we were off to livorno. Ridiculous. This all took about an hour. After that it was plain sailing really. My main concern was that my ticket wouldn't be valid on either train but it wasn't even checked. Arrived in Rome an hour late, found the hostel easily and vowed to bring biscuits for all train journeys in the future.

Right then. Roma. So far pretty brilliant. Left as soon as ...

The first few days in Rome

A travel blog entry by emand

8

... schooled on the beauty of art – what an awful play on words, but I’m keeping it. Like millions before us, we visited the Sistine Chapel and stared in silence (we heard angry "hush" by the angry looking order patrol) at the marvel brought about by human hands.

The following few days were a bit different than usual, as Emilie went back to Oslo to solve a few issues, and I stayed behind. But, that is for the next ...

Ancient Roads and Bones

A travel blog entry by cncadventures

42

... whose name eludes me at the moment. She was struck three times by the executioners blade, once in the neck and was able to survive, holding her head tight. The law forbid a fourth strike so she was finished off by other means. We do not see any bones along the tour because as the Father said, tourists were slowly taking home souvenirs. That is pretty creepy and morbid. There are some beautiful paintings in some of the larger tomb areas and we also see displays of oil lamps ...

Bring Your A Game to Rome

A travel blog entry by levinson5

5

... 9am. The girls were melting from the very beginning. We had a Lucy "short" episode right off the bat and I thought we would lose half the army before we left the apartment but she rallied. We went to the Church Sopra Minerva next to the Pantheon first. It was beautiful and we saw the first impressive Bernini sculptures. The Pantheon was next and amazing. The cool things about that is that the dome has hole in it, it was the model ...

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Location

This inn, located in the Parioli/Pinciano area of Rome, is near Maximus Tours, Villa Torlonia, MACRO Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome (Museo d'Arte Contemporanea Roma), and La Cantinola.
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