Seven Hills Village S.R.L

Via Cassia 1216, Rome, Lazio, 00189, Italy
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shoes at the Vatican

by vankatj

Does anyone know if there are rules about open toed sandals at the Vatican?

Re: shoes at the Vatican

by summa

Open toed sandals are fine to wear at the Vatican

Re: shoes at the Vatican

by Lacristina

Yes, toe cleavage is allowed! Besides, many of the Catholic religious orders use sandals.

Just no bare shoulders (i.e. no sleeveless tops), and no knees showing.

Re: shoes at the Vatican

by Lacristina

In addition to "no bare shoulders," guess I should say, "no bare upper arms."

Re: shoes at the Vatican

by sirgaw

In some of the dungeons of The Vatican, the rats call sandals their entree platter (yummy) - LOL

Re: shoes at the Vatican

by leics

The 'no bare shoulders or knees' applies to both sexes, by the way.

Feet are fine. I've worn flip-flops (thongs?) to visit.

Re: shoes at the Vatican

by mccalpin

"toe cleavage is allowed!" LOL! Well, Cristina, put THAT way, they might just decide to outlaw it!! (just joking) ;-)

J, as for your thong...uh, in the US, this means more and more the underwear, not the sandals...yikes, more information than we want to know!!! ;-)

Heehee, flip-flops to the Vatican...a few years ago, Northwestern University’s national championship women’s lacrosse team visited the White House, and many of the girls were wearing flip-flops ( to say, this made national headlines...and their mothers were mortified ;-)...but young people think of flip-flops as more upscale (the prices are certainly reflecting this)...

Of course, whatever you wear, you'll just call them "fashion designer open-toed sandals", right?


Re: shoes at the Vatican

by leics

Thongs means the same here, Bill.

Which causes us no end of amusement. :-)

Re: shoes at the Vatican

by sirgaw

No wonder we all get into linguistic trouble when we travel - the national footwear of Australia is the thong and I never knew it was underwear in US - LOL
Now what do I get if I ask for a rubber thong in US (Oz speak would be a thong made of rubber), but I'll never, ever ask to borrow a rubber as I did in a motel in US - I wanted an eraser which we call a rubber - see it rubs out things.

Travel Tips for Rome

Beautiful Statues

by meteorologist1

The building at Piazza Venezia has a lot of beautiful statues on it. I took some close-up photos of these statues and here is one of them. Each one is like a splendid piece of artwork. You will either have to use binoculars or a zoom digital camera like I did to see them in great detail.

Olympic Stadium

by jeoren

The Olympic Stadium and the athletics ground next to it still breath the Olympic atmosphere. Have a look at the huge concrete statues around the stands. Enter the cinder track through the main entrance and close your eyes.

Flea market shopping for the adventurous

by icunme about Porta Portese outdoor market

SUNDAY ONLY The particular "type" for this shopping tip is catagory "other" because it is "all of the above" - books, clothing jewelry, toys/games, bath and beauty, etc. This is a huge flea market - most items are from India, China, Africa - some Italian second-hand goods. This market has become increasingly ridden with junk - however, you CAN find good things if you have the time to get through all the other stuff. Last visit I bought 100% linen pants for 50 cents € as I stopped by when most sellers had already closed up and were driving out. WATCH YOUR WALLET/PURSE here - I only go here with the waist pouch. You must be very discerning and carefully choose good bargains among all the junk - which you CAN find. Barter - they will take MUCH less rather than pack things up to re-load on their trucks if you are there around 2:00 and 3:00 p.m.

Friendly Restaurant with exceptional food

by loveshoes about Perilli in Prati

We were recommended this restaurant by our hotel (Il Gettapardo Relais) after we had had a few bad meals from simply picking places that 'looked OK'.

From the outside it looks no different to any other restaurant. The mood lighting is average and the ambiance is relaxed. Not neccassarily a 'romantic' restaurant but nice table linen and plenty of space.

The staff were very friendly but not overly so. They chatted to you when you were looking but never interupted a conversation or were loud in the background.

The food was very good - the steak comes rare but was a very good piece of meat. My seabass was beautifully cooked and very tasty. The puddings were delicious.

overall a really good meal in a family run restaurant. The steak in a red wine sauce - the quality of the beef was superb
the little lemon cake - different and light enough after a big meal

Tuscan food in Rome

by anne_h about Dal Toscano

I must admit that Roman food is not my favorite--Tuscan is. When I got a hankering for cannellini and bistecca fiorentina, I went to Dal Toscano and was not disappointed. The waiter was very friendly and funny with the regulars, telling an older lady eating by herself that she couldn't have anymore wine, even though she had stuck to water the whole meal. It's not far from the Vatican.


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Address: Via Cassia 1216, Rome, Lazio, 00189, Italy