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Via Carlo Alberto 63, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Inn
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This inn, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Santa Prassede, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, and Palazzo del Freddo.
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    Arrivederci, Roma. It's time for us to part

    A travel blog entry by foodblubber on Aug 27, 2014

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    ... money. Two mains (a sandwich and a pasta), a large beer and a glass of wine for only E$12.

    On our way back to the apartment for our afternoon rest, N stopped for a porchetta (roast suckling pig sandwich) and we both had some gelato as well. After our rest, we headed back to the food stand N got the porchetta from, where I got myself another lampredotto (I was just having as many as I could for comparison, yes, that's it). We roamed around for ...

    Religion and Ruins in Rome

    A travel blog entry by jono.anita87 on Aug 18, 2013

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    ... purchaser than the torso's. With our tour guide miss-counting the group at every turn and the halls of the museums getting busier and busier we made it to the entrance of the famous Sistine Chapel. Stepping inside we were struck by how dark the small chapel was. Filled with many upward facing tourists.The roof and the two end walls were covered in amazing paintings depicting Jesus, heaven and hell. The walls were bare, as the tapestries that once lined them were seen ...

    Losing My Religion

    A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Jul 16, 2013

    ... Fora and Palatino (Forum and Palace, I'm assuming) were alright, but just alright. While buying my ticket to get in a bloke selling guided tours said to me, "You knows it's just a pile of bricks inside right? There's no information", and he was right. But even with a tour guide I'm not sure either of them would have done anything for me. The sad part is that while places like Cairo have managed to faithfully preserve the evidence of their ancient civilisation, in Rome it looks ...

    An island, public transport and more obelisks

    A travel blog entry by silsby on Oct 06, 2012

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    ... Janus, the god with two faces (although these sculptures have four heads each, so I'm not sure if the sign is right), on the end of the bridge, giving it its alternative name - the bridge of four heads. They are ancient, but only placed there in 1849. There is a legend that they are the heads of the four architects who restored the bridge in the 16th century, who were later beheaded by the pope of the time for their 'less than exemplary lifestyles'. Over the ...

    Vatican Splendor

    A travel blog entry by kingdomcruisers on Jun 11, 2012

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    ... was trying to convey that Jesus is watching over you, no matter where you are. The Sistine chapel ceiling was another unbelievable work by Michelangelo. We were told Michelangelo was a sculptor, not a painter. He had never painted a fresco before painting the Sistine Chapel. He did the whole ceiling in four years, without much help from his assistants because, I can imagine, he was a perfectionist. It took longer for a restorer to clean ...