Dorotee Nunnery

via del Giannicolo 4, Rome, Lazio, 00165, Italy | Inn
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Rome day 2

A travel blog entry by obrillips


... back towards the entrance via a different route. Once again, more priceless museum artifacts lined the walls of the corridors. We stumbled upon a temporary exhibition dedicated to the Australian Aboriginals, it was a surprise to see a little piece of home in the Vatican museum. After leaving the Vatican Museum we made our way towards St Peters Square and Basilica. The line to the Basilica was long but moved quickly and was definitely worth the wait. The grand scale of ...

General Tour of Rome

A travel blog entry by hayesj


... represents the moods of the sea. It was pretty crowded when we were there but July could be interesting as I don't know how people would fit in. Next stop was the Pantheon and in doing so walked onto the Campo de' Fiori which had a morning market selling most fruit and vegetables. This part of Rome is a maze of narrow streets and full of cafes and restaurants. The Pantheon was a surprise as it didn't follow what I thought it was going to. It was built in ...

Roaming Rome

A travel blog entry by swri


... with a bit of salad and the vegetables were courgettes, mushrooms, tomatoes, egg plant and peppers. Found our way back to hotel for night. Probably look at some shops then do colosseum and what ever else we can get to without too much trouble tomorrow as it is our only full day here. A few street traders/ hasslers here selling toys, jewellery, scarves, and a few stalls of handbags so will check out prices ...


A travel blog entry by robchurch


... to communicate with my loved ones back home. The terrible Wi-Fi made using this app extremely difficult. I had to resort to using the lobby for my communications back to the States.

My first day did not start off as pleasant as I had hoped for. Going to bed late and waking up early has taken its toll on me, but for the sake of fully utilizing the opportunity I was blessed with, I continued this trend. My first trip into Rome on the hotel shuttle was an ...

Vatican City

A travel blog entry by thisgreatworld


... in 1481-83. The frescoes were intended to underscore papal authority, in question at the time, by displaying a line of power from God to the pope. My favorite part of the Vatican Museum and Sistine chapel were the paintings or frescoes on the ceiling and the wall. Every wall and every part of the ceiling told a story from the bible or history. It is humanity’s effort to tell their story. On the wall and ceiling it told stories of the rise and fall of kingdoms and monarchy. ...


This inn, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near Vatican, Teatro Ghione, San Giovanni Battista dei Fiorentini, and Villa Lante.
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