Bb Angela Roma

Address: piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, 55, int.5/ sc.A/ floor 3, Rome, Lazio, Italy | Villa
 
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This villa, located on piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, 55, int.5/ sc.A/ floor 3, Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Santa Prassede, Scala Santa and chapel of San Lorenzo, and Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II.
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Travel Blogs from Rome

May 16, 2000 (Tuesday)

A travel blog entry by cindyrooks on Apr 01, 2015

We got up early, ate a quick breakfast at the hotel dumpo, walked to the train station to check our bags, caught subway (rush hour) and walked to the Vatican Museum -- all by 8:40! As soon as it opened, we walked straight to the Sistine Chapel and spent 45 minutes there almost by ourselves! It is soooo beautiful! It has been restored since I was here as a kid! We sat on a bench and read all about the chapel from Rick Steves, Mona Winks! Really enjoyed the experience! We ...

Vatican Museum, Sistine Chapel, St. Peter's

A travel blog entry by sdhartley on Jul 10, 2014

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... walls, each room seemed to be prettier than the last. After two hours of walking through this massive museum, we finally arrived at the Sistine Chapel. The most gorgeous room of the tour easily lives up to its billing. It literally took our breaths away as we walked through the door. Every square inch of the room is covered by painting after painting. This museum is well worth the price of ...

Rome: the hidden city

A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on May 10, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... couple who were very nice. They want to visit Australia and like many things Australian so conversation was easy. This couple was from Philadelphia. They are the first from that place that I have met. We were informed that because of the crowds today and again tomorrow, our visit to the Vatican will be shifted. I'm not surprised. I would like to visit the Vatican with a few fewer people around. Instead, Laetizia, our tour director, ( don't call her Letitia) took us up ...

All roads lead to Rome...

A travel blog entry by rossfamily on Mar 08, 2014

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... just taking it easy this afternoon – a nice change of pace, though not much less walking!

The southwestern edge of the park lies along a high escarpment that terminates at the Spanish Steps. We enjoyed some amazing sunset views along our walk to the steps, and we sat on the steps to watch the sun go down. The Spanish Steps are a pretty amazing sight, but more for the people than the actual steps! There were hundreds of people, and you could see ...

SPQR

A travel blog entry by fatdamien on Jul 20, 2013

... over their shoulder than I make in a month. The Spanish steps. Plaza Navona. I pretty much just stumbled upon the Pantheon, that great un-reinforced dome of immaculate socketed concrete that no-one would DARE attempt to built in this lackluster day and age. Pantheon, meaning many gods, hastily turned into a Christian church with the same unconvincing boldness of a toddler writing their name on crayon of the business papers, an Italian priest asking us to be silent and ...