B&B De Blasio

Via Albalonga 7, Rome, 00183, Italy
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SISTINE CHAPEL

by Ladymarian1

I note from the official Vatican Website that there is now an email address. Does that mean that we can book tours via the web rather than fax. In one breath it indicates that this might be possible, only to go on to say that bookings should be made by fax. I think someone in VT mentioned that it was soon going to be possible to book tours via the web - is this up and running now. Somewhat confused! All replies gratefully received. Thanks in advance

Re: SISTINE CHAPEL

by Laurel914

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Re: SISTINE CHAPEL

by mccalpin

Not for the first time, the Vatican has stumbled in translation (not surprising when you have so many languages to deal with)...

The English page at
http://mv.vatican.va/3_EN/pages/z-Info/MV_Info_Servizi_Visite.html
says "It is necessary to book in advance by fax." I assume that this is the sentence that bothers you.

However, the Italian page says "Per partecipare alle suddette visite è indispensabile prenotarsi in anticipo tramite fax o e-mail." [In order to participate in these tours it is necessary to make a reservation in advance by fax or e-mail].

Since I would take the Italian page as more accurate, it would indeed seem that you could reserve by email as well as by fax. Besides, the email address is visiteguidate.musei@scv.va which means "guided tours".

Bill

Re: SISTINE CHAPEL

by Ladymarian1

simply thanks I'll give it a go in trying to book via email!

Travel Tips for Rome

St Peter's square

by chicabonita

You maybe tell me that it is a shame beeing in Rome and not visiting St Peter's Church. When we arrived there wasn't even a long queue but we didn't feel like entering it. I can't really explain why but I guess it wasn't the time or the date for it. Maybe we found enough salvation just sitting on the square in the sun ...

This is the Pantheon, which...

by Patricialuv

This is the Pantheon, which inside has a magnificient architectural view. In the middle is the only lighting (which is enough to light the entire building) a circular disk.

Pantheon means 'all gods' because this was the place where 'all gods' would meet. Religious meetings would take place.

Hop on/Hop off

by Donna_in_India

We decided to take one of the tours on the hop on/off bus which took us around Rome, highlighting all the famous sights. Taking these buses is a good way to get your bearings in a new place and decide where you want to spend more time. You also have an audio narration giving you some history. The entire route takes 90 minutes and your ticket is valid for 24 hours.

Trattoria or Ristorante.

by keeweechic

Rome is one of the world's greatest cities for dining. From elegant, deluxe spots to little trattoria's opening onto hidden piazzas well nestled in the heart of Old Rome. There are more restaurants than you can ever hope to get around in all price ranges.
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The better-known restaurants have menus printed in English. Even some of the lesser-known ones have at least one person on the staff who speaks English a bit to help you get through the menu. Most Italian restaurants are either called a trattoria or a ristorante.
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PICTURES WITH THE ROMANS

by DAO

You don’t have to pay to take their picture. You do if you want to be in the picture. 20 years ago they were not even there. 6 years ago there was 2 of them with plastic outfits. Now there are about a dozen and they look like extras in a Ben Hur movie. Business must be good! In fact there is another one of these guys at the Spanish Steps now!

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