Martino Ai Monti Hotel

Domenichino, 7, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy | Hotel
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When in Rome

A travel blog entry by jmuir82

44

... of art in the world and she was looking at my purse?! Weird! The end of the tour was in St Peter's Basilica. No churches in Rome, let alone anything in Rome, comes close to comparison. There are 8 chapels within the Basilica each with a historical centerpiece - Michelangelo's sculptures, Pope sarcophagus', frescoes, religious relics. And almost each chapel was occupied with people at prayer. The main alter of the Basilica is another masterpiece - sculpted by Bernini. It's a very ...

First day in Rome, Vatican

A travel blog entry by sasha.jentley

80

... the museum even had Socrates and Aristotle on it!

We went through more of the museum and ended at the doors to the sistine chapel. We went in and looked up. I’ve been doing a lot of looking up during this trip. It was amazing, a huge, long chapel with the ceiling painted as well as the sides. The most famous picture from the ceiling, where man and God’s finger are almost touching, was much smaller than I ...

Rome day 3 - Vatican & Spanish Steps

A travel blog entry by mjstein

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... that became progressively more crowded - to the point where we were sort of carried check-to-jowl along the corridors with little-to-no ability to control the speed of our progress. Although the collections were indescribably beautiful and impressive, it was difficult to appreciate our surroundings because of the discomfort of being in such a crowd. Quite unfortunate. There was a coffee shop just before the Sistine Chapel (the final stop ...

Rome Footnotes

A travel blog entry by thejoaquins

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... Mass, or plan to be in Rome on a Wednesday for the General Audience.  Advance tickets for everything in the summer months are also great because the lines truly are 2 hours long!  It is also worthwhile to pop into random churches not mentioned in guidebooks for one never knows what hidden treasures await them! At each meal we required the kids to ask our server a new word in Italian and this is a fun tradition to continue moving forward. They ...

Buongiorna Venezia

A travel blog entry by debcaruso

1

... all the more reason to live each day to the fullest. Thank you, blood sister!. On to dinner and Claudio recommends "Giardinetto" just down from the hotel. We are early for Venezio time, only 7:15, but we are so hungry. We order Pinot Grigio and a caprese salad to start. Rick has bean soup with pasta which is just divine. Our main course that we share is tagliolini pasta with crab sauce and Milanese breaded veal cutlet. Oh my - so good. Here we are in Venice thinking we ...

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This hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Santa Prassede, Appian Line Tours Rome, and Parco di Colle Oppio.
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