Bb Angela Roma

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

The Vatican, Colesseum, and Trevi Fountain

A travel blog entry by malloryharvie on Jun 18, 2014

... and were so thankful we had pre-booked. We basically walked right up and went straight in, going through security (similar to at the airport) and got our tickets. We made our way through the museum and eventually got to the Sistine Chapel.

In the Sistine Chapel, there were lots of different people reacting in many different ways. Some were quite emotional, some were meditating or praying and some were just looking ...

A whole heap of history

A travel blog entry by ckorwhite on Oct 15, 2013

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... Called into a trattoria for a pizza for lunch to rest the weary legs as we had been walking for about 5 hrs.

Then this arvo we walked up to Galoppatioio and Piazza Napoleone, which are large park areas. The boys hired some karts and had a great time riding around.

A delicious dinner and gelato on the way back to the apartment. Hard life, but someone has to do it.....

Day 50: washing, mass at St. Peter's

A travel blog entry by sarah_rossie on Aug 01, 2013

Slept in till 10 then out washing on. I got brekky from the shop while my washing was going and made friends with some ppl in the laundry. One girl is new on busabout. She wanted to come into the Vatican with me but I was super vague with times cus I didn't want her being my shadow! I left about 2 and got some gelato from a shop which was really good. Banana yummy. Got my classic keying from a souvineer shop and went to the ...

You can't take the country outta the boy

A travel blog entry by ksmokes on Jan 25, 2013

2 comments, 40 photos

... too sweet to be free, but they are anyway. The only draw back to the whole thing was we had to be up at 8 in order to make it to the buses to go. This is easier said than done after a first weekend of getting lost and walking almost every inch of Rome. But we did it anyway. Hopped on the buses and headed out on a two and a half hour drive to a medieval city on top of a hill called Todi.

Yeah, I said a medieval city; and yes, ...

In nomine Patris

A travel blog entry by miles_to_go on Oct 22, 2012

43 photos

... eyes. My eyes were not disappointed. My nose was, though (more on this later). Originally built in 135 CE by the Emperor Hadrian as a mausoleum for himself and his family, it was later turned into a fortress, a papal castle, and even a prison. Currently it is a museum, albeit a state one, meaning it was closed when we arrived. But that didn't stop us from ogling it and strolling through the grounds. The exterior is very impressive, ...

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