Dorotee Nunnery

via del Giannicolo 4, Rome, Lazio, 00165, Italy | Inn
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Iron Chef

A travel blog entry by rome_aq

4

... not know if it would be better to buy the Eurorail or just the tickets. We waiting in a line and they told us we had to go somewhere else. We then waited in an even longer line. One of us went to the counter to purchase our Eurorail and they wanted our passport. :| We did not have our passports. ughhhhh We hopped back on a VERY crowded bus and made our way back to our residence, having waisted about 2 hours. Once we got off the sauna of a bus we ...

Day 2 in Rome

A travel blog entry by josietrip

25

... We took the taxi to go back to our hotel. Once again, we got home just past 10:00 pm and again we missed swimming. We all washed and packed to get ready for Day 3.....going to Sorrento tomorrow and meeting my Godparents Concetta and Saverio there. Godfather Saverio is driving from Naples to meet us in Sorrento and to have lunch with us. Glad she still loves me as much to make such a long trek to see us......stay tuned for tomorrow.
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Day 2

A travel blog entry by kezza12

27

... history. For me, not being Catholic, it is difficult for me to say what I was feeling without upsetting or offending anyone - as that is not my intention - but I struggled with the history, of the hypocrisy that occurred, the flagrant rewriting of history to suit, the pillaging of artefacts (I may just be sticking up for Hadrian here) and the inflated egos that are reflected in the art and self-monuments that exist. I hope ...

Don't cry for me Roma

A travel blog entry by mjbolen

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... from my twin brother’s sudden departure from this world is that every day is a gift. You never know when it will be over and life can change in a matter of seconds. I feel incredibly blessed and fortunate to be able to travel and experience adventures such as this. I savor every moment and breathe in every view. Tomorrow is a new day or at least hopefully it will be. Just in case, I’m having that second helping of ...

In nomine Patris

A travel blog entry by miles_to_go

43

... meant to be seen? Unforgettable.

  • Sistine Chapel - To be honest, this one was a bit of a let down. Something about being crowded into the chapel like sardines and constantly hearing "NO FOTO" and "SHHHHH" belted out by the guards just ruins the spirituality of the moment, know what I mean? Of course the painting was gorgeous and overwhelming, but the atmosphere was lacking.
  • Museum of Papal Carriages - The history ...

  • Location

    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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