R/041 Navona

Via dei Cimatori, Rome, Lazio, Italy | Inn
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Day 18 - Rome

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013


... 3pm this gave time for a rehearsal and sound check. Some of the parents went and had a coffee in a near by coffee shop during the rehearsal. The concert went very well and was well received by the audience. The concert finished at 4pm. Afterward we all walked to the Pantheon, the venue for our last concert in Rome and the last for the tour. There was a great buzz with the kids about performing in the Pantheon. It certainly was a fantastic venue for the final ...

Of to an Antique fair

A travel blog entry by chrissimonic


... and recycle cloths for sale. As well as lovely old linen sheets, table cloths, clothing and children's cloths all beautiful stitched, embroidery, and drawn thread work, some with lace and all made from cotton and linen fabric, how wonderful. We had a lovely time strolling around looking at everything, but it does put the brakes on buying when you have to pack it in a suitcase and carry it. Glenda did end up buying a sheet that ...

Walking the Streets

A travel blog entry by diandpete


... plain ones with Nutella and jams to spread on them. Oh, and a small fruit juice each!

We are a mob of late starters so it was 1130 when we were finally showered and dressed and set to go. Went around the corner to get a bus which involved two, as the ticket office was closed and we had to get off two stops later, buy the tickets there and get on the next bus. Got off in the central tourist district and ...

Inside Amphitheatrum Flavium...

A travel blog entry by dadndean2012


... pizza for dinner.
Francesco, our singing and entertaining rickshaw driver, had told us of a famous ice creamery in the area, but we couldn't find it :(
The quest goes on..
Off for a short visit to the Vatican today as we decided we just couldn't miss the Sistine Chapel before heading off to Florence around lunch time.


Christmas Eve Day in Rome

A travel blog entry by rlcodling


... back to Piazza Navona first, to see it in daylight. This is where I tried out roasted chestnuts…we loved the smell of them, but eating them not so much...

The Pantheon is a place that I enjoyed immensely, inside and out. The fountain in front of the Pantheon is a nice place to view the building from. We met some Americans there (taking each others family picture) and chatted with them. They planned to go to St. ...


This inn, located in the Ponte area of Rome, is near Jewish Roma Walking Tours, San Giovanni Battista dei Fiorentini, Wonderfool, and Via dei Banchi Vecchi.
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