Finestra Su Roma

Piazza dei Re di Roma 64, Rome, Lazio, 00183, Italy | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by rr.peregrinates


... as the midday church bells peel out over Rome , and it truly is a bit of magic.

Next it's off to another scenic spot , Giancolo hill , in trust averse , where I have booked a very special restaurant , Arco Antico, for our lunch.. They have a massive 1500 wines to choose from. We sample three very special whites with an entire selection of the food menu which we share like a mini degustation. The food is all delicious . We return to ...

Pompeii fails the WAP score

A travel blog entry by sorialsights


... br> We eventually made it to Pompeii but the archeological site is a very confusing place to find as there are about five signs saying Pompeii with different directions. Also it was mass time and many streets were closed around the cathedral just adjacent to the site of the old city. Partly destroyed by a major earthquake in 62AD it was completely buried when Vesuvius exploded in 79AD or thereabouts. Excavations began around the 1700s and work continues on a more scientific ...

The Antiquities and The Chapel

A travel blog entry by diandpete

... and close to our original entry place. After some directions by phone and Pete having to go against the human flow in the Chapel, he got back to Di, Sam and Lynne. Nearly "Lost in The Vatican"!

Once we got back together and needing some cash it was off to find an ATM. They're never near where you are so it was more walking to find one. It did mean we got to have (another) fabulous Italian icecream. Then it was into a taxi and over to the Pyramid of Caius Cestius, ...

Roma at full speed

A travel blog entry by melstravels


... was baptised there, as her whole family has been for a long long time, so she was definitely in the know about all things Vatican/Basilica/S.Chapel. First was the museums, which house a really great collection of art of course. I find that I have quite a liking of sculptures, which I never really knew before, and there are some fascinating ones in these museums.

The Sistine Chapel is at the end of a long line of ...

All Roads Lead to Rome

A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel


... though is that the prices on the street now seem fairly close to those in store.

Despite trying to research, it seemed the only clear answer I could get about events at the Vatican was to actually go and inquire. This worked out as I got to see St Peter's Basilica. The crowds weren't overwhelming but definitely a good number of people there. There's a line up to get in, but it's really for security screening. Once inside, you ...


This hotel, located in the Roma Tuscolano area of Rome, is near Through Eternity Cultural Association, Eden Walks, Santa Croce in Gerusalemme, and Roman Walls.
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