Address: via antonio cesari 43, Rome, Lazio, 00152, Italy | Inn
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This inn, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near Villa Sciarra, Museo Garibaldino e Museo della Divisione Partigiana, Teatro Verde, and Piazzas San Cosimato.
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When in Rome

A travel blog entry by kcusens on Jan 07, 2015

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... that we wouldn't get there before our tour started so we went to piazza barbareni instead to start our crypts and catacombs tour. First stop was the cappuccin monks who were the inventors of the cappuccino we were told. After looking through some if the relics we were taken to there crypt where the had decorated the walks with the bones of exhumed people, mainly other monks. The walls and the symbolism behind them were fascinating, along with some of the laws governing ...

All Roads in Italy finally lead to Rome

A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Sep 04, 2014

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... the piazza is the Sant'Agnese in Agone church designed by Borromini. The martyr Agnes lived the 4th century and she refused to renounce Christianity or marry the Roman suitor who fell in love with her. Some say she was stripped and strung out on the site, but her hair grew after her death to cover her nude body. She was ultimately beheaded. Quite a story.

We arrived in the square at dinner time. After wandering around enjoying the three gorgeous fountains, we picked ...

Slow stroll around the Centro Storico

A travel blog entry by mitchdee07 on May 08, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... the ambience of what otherwise is a truly magnificent venue, which was originally designed as a stadium for athletic competitions in the latter part of the 1st-century.

After a slight detour to find a Murano glassware store for Lucy, we reached the Campo de' Fiori, another popular public square that is home to daily vegetable and flower markets, most of which were in the process of closing-up for the day. The square is also home to a statue of Giordano Bruno, ...

MORE Oil?!

A travel blog entry by anngreen on Apr 07, 2014

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... emotion. Bruno just looked at me and winked. We loaded all our bags into Antonio's car. Tammi rode with them, Diane and I rode with Bruno and Antonietta. Antonio's family house is just down the street. The wouldn't let us carry our bags until we got on the train. Bruno guided us to the last car on the train, and I had an idea why. We waited until the train arrived to say goodbye - I don't think anyone wanted to start. Sweet ...

Rome Wasn't Visited in a Day

A travel blog entry by zo_zo on Dec 02, 2013

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... literally like night and day; the non-touched-up areas look dark, like you're looking at them in less light. The sheer amount of painted surface is massive. The one thing I will say is that Michelangelo didn't quite know how to show female proportions--they all looked like really buff men with boobs. That detail notwithstanding, it's clear to see why these frescoes get so much attention.
By the time we left the Vatican museum, it was dark outside. St. Peter's gets ...