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, Teatro Sistina, Keats-Shelley House, and Salone Margherita Bagaglino.
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    Day 14 - Driving and Biking in Rome

    A travel blog entry by boardman on Jul 28, 2014

    17 photos

    Barry's view- We walked about 10 minutes to Civita after checking out in the morning. As you see by the pictures, amazing little town perched on this hill. ************e lives there now. Long walkway to get to it. No cars. I only made it halfway before my fear of heights got to me. Sandy made it and kidded me about it all day. So many little towns in Tuscany perched high on top of the hills. I guess for defense? We then drove to Rome. Still no GPS. ...

    ROMA - Day 1 - Vat: I Can!

    A travel blog entry by daniellelyrette on Apr 12, 2014

    3 comments, 2 photos

    ... on the ceilings of EVERY room. Ridiculous. My neck hurts. 4) the Sistine Chapel is really cool, don't get me wrong. However, cramming 500 people into one space and saying there must be silence and no photography is a bit unrealistic. This is especially true because the guards are yelling at someone every 30 seconds about these rules, which is definitely not silent. Still amazing though. And hey, ya know what? That whole "creation of man" ...

    The Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel

    A travel blog entry by chrisandros on Nov 07, 2013

    12 photos

    ... and the body of Jesus is one of the most famous of his carvings next to David. It is in St Peters. An Australian guy smashed it with a hammer in 1973 before he could be stopped. It is now kept behind glass. St Peters is the most amazing church. It is the largest Bassilica in the world. There are 32 alters in the church and at any time there can be 10 masses being said at once. It took 124 years to build. ...

    The last day on the Amalfi Coast

    A travel blog entry by chrissimonic on Sep 01, 2013

    4 photos

    ... beach, we were a little early so we had ice coffee and bought a couple of things before heading down to pick up the boat. When we arrived there were a few people already there, we waited a while and the boat from the restaurant came, it has a red fish on top of the mast, people stared climbing on board and then he wouldn't take any more passenger, we were horrified that we were unable to get on the boat. ( you have to remember that this is our the second time we ...


    A travel blog entry by jagberg on Jun 18, 2013

    7 photos

    Lots of tourists and absolutely scorching hot. 37C. Rushed around because needed to look at Vatican museum and then head to Borghese Gallery because we could only get a booking for 15:00. What a waste of time it was. Didn't even see St Peters Basilica. Most importantly Gabi wasn't fussed about only seeing a few sights because it was very hot and overcrowded. She preferred ...