Address: 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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      Day 14: Sorrento/Rome

      A travel blog entry by bkseitz on Sep 25, 2014

      10 photos

      ... they needed to turn our table...this, with all the right dishes, glasses, etc. for each meal really made for a pleasant dining experience. The cleanliness throughout these vast areas and attention to various waste disposal (organic, recycling, etc.) largely surprised me. I expected a lot of trash/dirty city streets and instead they were regularly cleaned and cared for. From the narrow streets of Florence, Venice and Sorrento/the other coastal towns, and ...

      Standing with Charlemagne

      A travel blog entry by jrt6978 on May 23, 2014

      28 photos

      ... and more ornate as we walked along. It was hard to stop taking pictures throughout our journey. Each room had some different ranging from Modern Art to huge marble bath tubs. Finally, we make our to the crown jewel the Sistine Chapel. There are not words to describe how amazing the Sistine Chapel was, I honestly would have spent all day in there. Except it kind of hurt your neck staring up at the ceiling and the rendition of Michelangelo...but well worth it! The atmosphere ...

      Rome, Day three

      A travel blog entry by ozplanman on Sep 09, 2013

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      ... and I thought it was quite good, as was the lovely cup of tea I had at the cafeteria, the first I’d had since leaving home. I liked the bust of Hippocrates, he seems like a crusty old bugger who had his
      head screwed on! Funny what impressions you get from a piece of sculpture!

      We wandered along the bank of the Tiber, which at this point is about the size of the
      Clarence at Copmanhurst, and it was a bit surprising to see ...

      Day 7 - Goodbye Florence, Hello Rome

      A travel blog entry by sirchancelot222 on Nov 20, 2012

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... was amazing. You have to see it in person to really grasp how awesome it is. Also another note, there are a **** ton of gypsies that hang out around Rome trying to sell you **** and have no concept of salesmanship... Seriously, it was raining a bit, Kirsten had an umbrella in her hand and this guy came up to us trying to sell us an umbrella... Umm hence the giant umbrella shaped object In her hand that is shielding us from the rain, don't think he had much to offer ...

      When in Rome

      A travel blog entry by alexandpam on Jun 25, 2012


      ... on stike. So instead we walked home, ate a great lunch, and set out for the Leonardo Da Vinci museum. SO GOOD. This team tookall his old notes and reconstructed his machines, using the same technology and supplies he would have had. Just great.

      On Saturday we made another attempt to visit the forum et al. But since it had been closed the day before it was just too busy. So. Instead we booGied on over to San Clements churh-a recommendation from Steve. It is a ...