Residenze Suite Sistina

Via Sistina 53, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | Villa
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This villa, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Barcaccia Fountain, Keats-Shelley House, Teatro Sistina, and Salone Margherita Bagaglino.
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    1st Day in Rome: Modern city

    A travel blog entry by crosintheworld on Jun 11, 2014

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    ... arrived a motor-cycled man arrived to, he was Francesco, the owner of the "hotel". It turned out to be a building with some flats where he rented rooms. Breakfast tickets were handwritten, but the bar at the street next to the hotel accepted them... leaving the hotel you could see a sign starting by "it is prayed..." (si prega) which could give you a good idea of the Italian-English dialect...

    Travelling with 2 girls has some ...

    Buongiorno Roma!

    A travel blog entry by jmuir82 on May 05, 2014

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    ... I'm looking at Nick and he's making weird faces and laughing while listening to his audio guide. Finally he looks at me and says is yours just playing music? Nope, maybe you skipped instructions. Let's just find stop 1 and start. So that's what we did. And Nick starts laughing again and asks if my audio guide started meowing at me. Yes I was as puzzled as you. He said the instruction lady said "I'll just play you some music while your parents listen to the instructions". Nick had got ...

    Rome Wasn't Visited in a Day

    A travel blog entry by zo_zo on Dec 02, 2013

    310 photos

    ... from banking,) powerful, and great patrons of artists. The actual palazzo Farnese was quite close to our hotel. But their villa (the difference between a villa and a palazzo is that it has gardens all around it) was across the river. So its name was the Villa Farnesina (Farnesina is the diminutive version of Farnese, so it literally means "little Farnese.") The villa is beautiful, exactly the kind of place you'd want to spend your summer months. The gardens were ...

    Rome day 2 - Colosseum & Pantheon

    A travel blog entry by mjstein on Sep 18, 2013

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    ... the very looooong line for the poor souls without the pass. Rick talked us around the Colosseum, where we learned about the gory history of spectator sports in Ancient Rome. The building is in excellent condition, so it's not very hard to imagine what it may have looked like 2000 years ago. It was also full of tourists like us, so not hard to imagine it with its capacity of 50,000 spectators, either! Next, we walked in the direction of the Trevi fountain, with plans to ...

    And we're off to Italy

    A travel blog entry by tbwheatley on Sep 14, 2013

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    ... the counter, seats suddenly were available in Club class. We never did understand how that happened but it really didn't matter - only that the seats were theirs. Later, as best we can figure out, Club class has been reduced in size, but why no one ever notified Peter and Dodi remains a mystery. We calmed ourselves at one of the lounges where we got supper and several drinks before heading to our respective flights. ...