Karolstay B&B

Address: via Aurelia no. 235, Rome, Lazio, 00165, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Trionfale area of Rome, is near St. Peter's Basilica (Basilica di San Pietro), Vatican area, Vatican, and Teatro Ghione.
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    Day 7 All Around Rome - Someone help!

    A travel blog entry by jeffandamanda on Mar 24, 2015

    17 photos

    ... way, and the way we knew the most about, was the subway. But I was a bit worried about the timing.

    The next train was not arriving for another 25 minutes or so which would put the train at 8:55 and I really wanted to be there by 9:00 a.m. Only four stops after this and we are at the airport so maybe we would be okay. Well, the subway arrived but the stops had much longer times between them and we were still on the subway with ...

    When in Rome; Do NOT skip the Sistine Chapel

    A travel blog entry by mckensiehollar on Jul 16, 2014

    14 photos

    Wednesday, July 16th

    Today I went on a tour of the Vatican Museum and the Sistine Chapel. I had my favorite tour guide :) The Vatican Museum is one of those things where you could come so many times and never see enough. My tour guide actually told us that if we looked at each thing in the museum for 1 minute it would take us 12 years to get through the entire museum. After going through, I believe ...

    Ahhhhhhh!!!!!!! Roma

    A travel blog entry by jenny-peter-g on May 19, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... paintings or tapestries, or frescoes - painted directly on the walls. The map room had a series of enormous, hand painted topographical maps of all different regions of Italy and the paintings surrounding them and on the ceiling told a story connected to that region. Then we arrived at the chapel itself. Had not expected the individual figures painted on the ceiling to be so large. The detail is phenomenal and like other art that we've seen the detail ...

    Exploring Rome

    A travel blog entry by eliandvicky on Mar 10, 2014

    1 comment

    ... Pantheon was destroyed by the great fire of 80AD and the structure which stands today was completed around 125AD during the reign of the Emperor Hadrian. In 609AD the Pantheon was converted to a Church and this helped preserve the building from the destruction of later times. In the middle ages the Pantheon was also used as a burial chamber for notable figures and even Italian kings. There is so much history here! We saw the church of San Ignazio which ...

    Day 7: Rome

    A travel blog entry by abroszczak on Jul 16, 2013

    ... Basilica also. We then went for some lunch at a local cafeteria. This wasn't too great but the black coffee was nice and went down well. Next door to where we ate was the souvenir shop for the Vatican which is where I found a great book on the construction of Rome. After this we were back on the coach ready for our next big site, the Coliseum. On our way, we drove past many ancient buildings and walls, many of which were only half standing obviously as they are thousands of years ...