Villa Patrizia

Via G. Gutenberg 29, Rome, Lazio, 00143, Italy | Villa
Prices starting from $98.00
 

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Standing with Charlemagne

A travel blog entry by jrt6978

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... and started walking towards the Vatican the rain started to pick up. It was looking like quite the bleak day but most of our day would be inside anyways. As we approached the line into the Vatican Museum, the first thing you noticed was the HUGE line wrapping the walls of the Vatican waiting for tickets. Thankfully, we planned ahead and bought tickets ahead of time and got to skip the WHOLE line and get right into the complex. It's quite interesting having to go through ...

Fountains, art, ruins and a French con-man

A travel blog entry by roamingrob

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... spend an hour in line I decided that, since the Basilica isn’t going anywhere, I’ll see it next time. I returned to Rome’s central station, collected my bags and got myself a reservation on the next train to Naples. While waiting to get my ticket I chatted to a local who, unable to get a job, was one of many in the station assisting people with getting tickets in return for tips - this was his livelihood. Despite this quite desperate position, he was cheerful enough ...

Two churches and two squares

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee

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... 5 minutes! Unfortunately, this meant I didn’t get to see the Cappella delle Relique (Chapel of the Relics) which contains supposed relics of Christ’s cross. There is a beautiful sculpture of Christ on the cross and the stone floors are even more intricate and colorful then they were at San Giovanni’s.

So by now I had walked about 3 miles and needed to decide which route I wanted to take back to the apartment. I decided I wanted to see ...

Walking food tour (Trastevere)

A travel blog entry by michpaul2013

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We booked the walking tour months ago after seeing it on Tripadvisor. The reviews were amazing, but it is difficult to describe how amazing it was. The meeting point was on Tiber island at 5:30. The group was on 10 and our tour guide Anna (American living in Rome) was amazing. We had 8 stops on the 4 hour tour. The ...

Rome Day 4

A travel blog entry by hbhs_on_tour

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... have been asked for and understood. To be honest, pretty much everybody we’ve spoken to has spoken English. Until now. “Je voudrais un glace s’il vous plait” isn’t going to cut it. The local police station is unlike anything I’ve seen before. Not that I’ve had a great deal of experience: Hamilton nick is a bit like a bank, all concrete and glass with a friendly receptionist. Not so the Rome police station. For starters, ...

     

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