Dorotee Nunnery

Address: via del Giannicolo 4, Rome, Lazio, 00165, Italy | Inn
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Location

This inn, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near Vatican, Auditorio Pio, San Giovanni Battista dei Fiorentini, and Teatro Ghione.
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Tue 9th - Fri 19th June 2015, Spain, France, Italy

A travel blog entry by sam.wilson on Jun 17, 2015

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... a case of remembering a set of directions e.g. “Go along Via Deserto until it bends, then take the seventh left.” It is not easy, and we are relieved and a little worn out when we arrive in Rome. We are glad we did not drive in – the roads are fast, have three lanes, and change direction frequently, so we know we would have easily got lost. Cycling was hard enough! Our guidebook has let us in to a little secret – tourists can buy a ticket for the Palatino, ...

Our Rainy Day Explorations

A travel blog entry by cascademayer on Jan 21, 2015

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... once we got there, it was closed...until the middle of February :( so we wandered towards the Colosseum (using Ulmon Rome, best travel app so far) so we could hop on the metro and head to San Giovanni (where the scavenger hunt was to start) and ended up getting there 45 minutes early so we went and had cappuccinos in the Fusion Café, which had amazingly fast wifi, especially compared to the lovely speed we get on campus (painfully slow for those who don't know). Promptly ...

Living like Romans

A travel blog entry by tinadoug on Sep 25, 2014

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... our Roman tour, we were taken to a beautiful little piazza full of sculptures which the guide said most people didn't know existed. Rome is very easy to get around even without using public transport. There are a few hills but they're not that high.

We've been to the Pantheon and Piazza Navona a few times and they would be my favorite spots. I love the Pantheon but the lack of respect by some tourists ****** me off. Every few minutes ...

Day 9: Roma Antica

A travel blog entry by bkseitz on Sep 21, 2014

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... portraying one of several possible pagan gods (I.e. Oceanus). Most Romans believe that the 'Bocca' represents the ancient god of the river Tiber, and this is the first site of (very decorated) manholes. Next, we approached the remains of Circus Maximus. This is where chariot races took place and would lap this massive track seven times. When the structure was full, it could hold 375,000 people! The largest stadiums in the US can fit only about 1/3 of that (I.e Dallas ...

Is the Pope Catholic?

A travel blog entry by jmdipippa on May 21, 2014

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... visit to St.Peter's. At 2:15, the same seminarians from yesterday give free guided tours in English. Just show up outside the information office and wait for an english speaking guy in priest clothes. Our guide, Shawn from Florida, was great. St. Peter's is awesome but the highlight for me was seeing Pope St, John XXIII shrine and his coat of arms at the entrance! We ended the day by attending Mass in the Altar of the Cathedral which is located in the main ...

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