Dorotee Nunnery

Address: via del Giannicolo 4, Rome, Lazio, 00165, Italy | Inn
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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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A travel blog entry by bobjenhub on Sep 28, 2014

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... as the Rotunda) the dome has a large round opening, the tomb of Raphael lies there. From there to Area Sacra where Julius Caesar was assassinated from there to Piazza Campidoglio, to Vittoriano E Piazza Venezia ( known as the wedding cake) through the little lanes again to Fontana Di Trevi, then to Piazza Di Spagna, we did stop for lunch and the yummy gelato to refuel our weary bodies. Once we reached Spagna, we all had very tired feet after walking on the ...

Day 14: Sorrento/Rome

A travel blog entry by bkseitz on Sep 25, 2014

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... new restaurant (Osteria Delle Coppelle) in the heart of a local neighborhood in Rome! Definitely finished our trip on a high note with this meal...I won't bore you with every detail (I'll let the pictures tell the story), but we shared an excellent meat and cheese board, the best bruschetta we've had and various small plates leaving room for us to each order an entree and still couldn't finish all the delicious food! Ciao, Italy! I'll miss you and hope to return again ...

Day 19 (Rome)

A travel blog entry by kimrop88 on Jun 17, 2014

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... lives during that time. The guide was really good and told us all about the men and animals who fought in the arena and how many died etc. as well as about the architecture and life back in those times. By the time we finished and had 30mins to wander alone before we met up for our second tour it was absolutely pouring with rain. There are gypsies everywhere here and they're mostly annoying trying to sell you ...


A travel blog entry by kiri.geoff on Oct 22, 2013

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... the catacombs which was fascinating, albeit dark, narrow and somewhat airey. Underneath Rome there are 60 catacombs (only 12 have been opened) and 120kms of tunnels and tombs. Rome is literally built on one massive graveyard! The average height of a roman was 5ft and life expectancy 39 years and when I visited 20 years ago human remains were on show, however today, all human bones had either been stolen or removed. Next we ...

Days in Roma

A travel blog entry by traveldestinee on Sep 23, 2013

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... lunch and I got a cheeseburger, which was a nice break from pizza. We finally made it home to the convent, so I could wash my feet and put some new shoes on. I definitely got some interesting looks as I walked past the people in my neon pink dress and shoeless. One barber walked out of his shop and asked what happened, a waiter offered me his shoes and a shopkeeper attempted to communicate through broken english and Italian of where I could buy some new shoes. It was really ...

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