Casa San Giuseppe

Address: Vicolo Moroni 22, Rome, Lazio, 00153, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near Intrastevere, Villa Farnesina, Galleria Nazionale di Palazzo Corsini, and Museo di Roma.
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      Italy - Food glorious food!

      A travel blog entry by josephandjoel on Jul 31, 2012

      1 comment, 51 photos

      ... time. On our final evening in Florence I had another delicious meal, this time a Linguine Cabonara. Food is going to be featured a bit in this blog. I cannot stress enough how much I love Italian food.

      The super speedy train delivered us to Venice is record time. Pulling into the station after a very long bridge we got off the train and began the usual search for our hotel. Venice is a pretty cool place. There are no cars or ...

      Let My People Go

      A travel blog entry by theflipside on Dec 28, 2011

      21 photos

      ... love is the selection of Schliesh figurines. Kahlan is especially in love with the dogs, cats and horses they offer. After perusing and drooling, the girls agree to leave. We find a park in the middle of Piazza Esquilino, surprising to us all. We take our lunch of newly purchased vegan cheese, avocado and greens, and enjoy the park atmosphere. We have found only a few parks in Rome, most of them run down, rusted beyond use, ...

      Chi dorme non piglia pesci.

      A travel blog entry by emilystrickland on Jun 14, 2011

      30 photos

      ... dome are the largest in Rome apart from St. Peter's and they were designed by Maderno. The dome fresco is breathtaking; it's Lanfranco's Glory of Paradise. Piazza del Popolo reminded me of Paris because it has so much open space. It's probably one of the most impressive piazzas I've seen especially because no traffic is allowed inside. It's always been one of the main entrances to the city, but it gets its name from the church Santa Maria del Popolo. This church ...