Villa Patrizia

Address: Via G. Gutenberg 29, Rome, Lazio, 00143, Italy | Villa
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Papa Francesco

A travel blog entry by jeffandamanda on Mar 25, 2015

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... rain never let up. At times it rained even harder, but we certainly were not the only ones there. I pulled on my poncho and tucked in under my umbrella and had a seat to wait it out. Jeff stood most of the time. I knew we would be standing once it began so I was going to sit prior to that.

When you are not traveling in a large tour group and you are just two people willing to walk and investigate, you can get pretty close. We wandered up to where we ...

Like, you know

A travel blog entry by taniap on Sep 30, 2014

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... It was a little, like, hard seeing the disabled cats, but like they are all happy, like. After a full day of shopping (I didn't buy much like) we had an apperitif and then dinner at a nice trattoria. We sat next to two, like, really loud American girls, you know who talked non stop using "like" and "you know" a few times in every sentence like, hence me trying it out here, like. It was absolutely ...

Rome Day 3

A travel blog entry by obrillips on Jun 13, 2014

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... though and they knew it so they didn't bother in the end. At one point they tried to steal the bag of a man sleeping in the park, but he woke up in time and kicked the guy away from him. Even more terrifying was a seagull in the park that was tearing apart a pigeon. It had blood all over its beak from the intestines it was ripping out and trailing along the foot path. This went on the whole time we were there. It was one crazy seagull. People knew it too.


The wedding and the day after.

A travel blog entry by kurian on Jun 04, 2014

... round was the appetisers round and woe to those of them that had not been fore warned about marauding it with reckless abandon because there were four more rounds to follow. This was a buffet featuring antipasti (Italian for starters, like bruschetta and grilled vegetables), cheeses (its Italy silly, there’s hundreds of cheeses), cold cuts (a small farm would’ve been sacrificed) and I don’t know what else because I stopped counting after the ...

Day 3: Rome (Full Day of touring Christian Rome)

A travel blog entry by bobbieguerra on Mar 11, 2014

Day 3: Rome (Full Day of touring Christian Rome)

Following breakfast, we will depart for a sightseeing tour entitled
"Christian Rome" which includes: the Basilica of St. Mary Major, the
most important and the oldest church dedicated to Our Lady. St. Mary
Major contains a relic from the manger of the infant Jesus. Next, the
Basilica of St. John the Lateran, the Pope’s cathedral church where ...