Villa Patrizia

Address: Via G. Gutenberg 29, Rome, Lazio, 00143, Italy | Villa
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The Last Day in Rome

A travel blog entry by highama on Apr 07, 2015

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Today was an early morning (for vacation anyways). We woke the kids at 6:30 so we could be at breakfast by 7. It was the first time that Kristi and I had breakfast downstairs, and I just want to give a shout out to whatever company makes their coffee machines. I've NEVER had decent hot chocolate come out of one of those things, but I would have paid for this stuff.

We wanted to get an early start because we wanted to be at the Colosseum in time for the ...


A travel blog entry by alex.stuart4 on Nov 08, 2014

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... We stayed at a sweet party hostel for Halloween that had a kickass Halloween party. I got my face painted in the 'day of the dead' style and wore my durdls from Oktoberfest, had to make use of them again somehow! I had heard that Rome was a little bit of a dodgey and dirty city, but I honestly loved it. The Roman ruins were fantastic (except for the Trevi fountain - that was covered in scaffolding and had no water), and the people I hung out with were even ...

Day 1 in Rome

A travel blog entry by moriahbeth on Jul 03, 2014

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... For a few euros we got an audio guide that gave us a detailed tour of it active church. Afterwards, we headed to Piazza Navona where we saw the most spectacular church of our lives; Saint Agnese in Agone. We sat there in silence just taking it in for about 30 minutes or more. The church had such an pleasant feeling in it. Saint Agnese's bones are there and her skull is visible. The miracle about how she became a saint is so cool. She died and became a Saint when she was just 12 ...

Italy part 2: Rome

A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Jun 13, 2014

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... in the late Roman Empire to worship Egyptian gods and join Egyptian cults. Rome has a sketchy side though. I thought gypsies didn't exist anymore, but they do, at least in rome. One of my first experiences in rome was fending one off at a subway ticket machine. She was hellbent on "helping" me get a ticket in return for a service fee, which I declined. I refused to give her money, and she started to swear at me. So my introduction ...

Rome wasn't visited in a day

A travel blog entry by rossfamily on Mar 05, 2014

5 comments, 9 photos

... blown away by the culture and architecture of the city.

A few streets further and we made it to the apartment where we are staying ("Residenza Toniolo Navona Pantheon" (AirBnB) on Largo Giuseppe Toniolo). It is in a perfect location - almost dead centre between Piazza Navona to the west and the Pantheon to the east. It is in a busy little neighbourhood with lots of shops, restaurants, apartments, and, of course, churches.