Hotel Serana

Address: Via Principe Amedeo, 64, Rome, Lazio, Italy | Inn
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This inn, located on Via Principe Amedeo, 64, Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Santa Prassede, and Appian Line Tours Rome.
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Italian millionaire

A travel blog entry by emily_160 on Jul 31, 2014

... and they are very different to the ones we get in Australia. In Australia they are scared of people and won't go to close to you but in Europe they don't get scared and they just walk right up to you. I am a little bit scared of pigeons and having them walk around my feet freaked my out a bit. So I was drinking my drink when I looked down and there is a pigeon right by my feet and I freak out, smashing my legs against the table and ...

From art and churches to the World Cup in Rome!!!

A travel blog entry by outoftheoffice on Jun 24, 2014

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... pictures really capture how grand the inside is, but all of the churches that we've seen to date really don't come close to St. Peter's. The girls had so many questions since they really don't know much about the catholic traditions. It was a learning experience for all of us!

After leaving the Vatican, we headed back to the apartment for a little rest before the World Cup game, Italy vs Uraguay. Kaelyn had heard that ...

Crypts, gardens and underground cities

A travel blog entry by go_gifford on Apr 05, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

This morning we weren't quite sure what we wanted to see today, nothing really planned.David found a place to visit in the lonely Planet Guide, the Capuchin Crypt. The Capuchin Monks would exhume remains of deceased Friars and place them in a crypt below the church. The bones are arranged in patterns that they like to refer to as Capuch Art. It was all a bit creepy for me and at the door of the crypt I simply couldn't bring myself to go in. The boys went ...

Pompei villa, Antiquarium & then Rome

A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Oct 22, 2013

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... It was now up to €50!!
Anyhow, he drove us on to Boscoreale Antiquarium. We could now see why Fabio said these weren't places to walk to. It was in the middle of high rise units - a bit like a Housing Commission area and an industrial area. The museum itself is quite small but it also where they are doing some research. The entry is included with Villa Poppea and the Stabiae. Beside the museum is the Villa Boscoreale or Rustic Villa which ...

Driving in Italy- quite an experience!

A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Aug 30, 2013

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... on the vehicle that do two things: 1). Italian specific stickers make our car look more Italian owned and therefore, possibly a theft deterrent and 2) helps us to more easily identify our car from all others. We love our little car although others make fun of us, as it has lots of "Napoli" kisses, dings and scratches...we fit right into the Italian way of cars. Like an Ant Farm: Forget everything you've ever learned about driving defensively in the US. It ...