L'Angolo di San Pietro

Aurelia, 12 , Rome, Lazio, 00165 , Italy | Inn
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A travel blog entry by mccloskey


... other 20%25 were working for them. It was definitely a different feel than Barcelona but I really enjoyed it as well. I actually wrote a little for this entry while waiting to see The Pope (YES, I saw The Pope) so I am going to backtrack a little to that: I am currently writing this from St. Peter's Square, waiting to see The Pope. I have been in insane crowds before (three words: Lady Gaga Fans) but NOTHING compares to the craziness of devout Catholics. And NOTHING ...

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A travel blog entry by graves35


... to St. Peter's basilica, the largest church in the world. There was choir finishing a mass, but the pope was not there. Thursday, 9/26: Walked Trastevere area and saw more churches and quaint streets. Heard a nun playing the organ in Santa Cecilia; it was lovely. Friday, 9/27: Went to Piazza del Popolo in the Tridente area and went into more churches. Over the week we saw lots ...

Day and Night in Rome

A travel blog entry by thisgreatworld


... tradition. The inclusion of the Senate House made the Roman Forum the most important of all the Forums. The buildings of the Roman forum included the temple of Vesta and the temples of Saturn and of Castor and Pollux.

From the Forum we took the Metro to Scalina Spagna, the Spanish Steps. From there on we walked the streets of Rome snaking through alleyways and main streets to visiti piazzas and gellaterias along the way. The Spanish Steps were built in 1723-1725 by ...

Villa Borghese and a glimpse of the "real" Roma...

A travel blog entry by fannyandshawn


... objects is truly remarkable. So much so that a few days later, I went on the hunt for a church that housed his last complete work...more on that later. Shawn also had his artistic desires fulfilled at galleria Borghese when he saw several Carravagio's- so dark and mysterious... The paintings I mean! We were there on a Thursday and it was a national holiday for Romans... So the park was full of families enjoying picnics and football games (soccer) and so ...

The Eternal City

A travel blog entry by neumannm


... signal the new pope. Nina's dad came for a visit. He took us to many beautiful churches we might not have bothered visiting. A great five course meal in Trastevere organized by Ester and Laura plus all our tours and trips with them. ( Find them on Meetup if you ever go to Rome. They both speak English very well.). On one evening of those evenings with Ester and Laura, after having dinner together and as we were getting ready to part company, Ester told to me to hop on ...


This inn, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near St. Peter's Basilica (Basilica di San Pietro), Vatican area, Vatican, and Teatro Ghione.
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