Domus Sessoriana Hotel Rome. Broadway Inn New York.
Domus Sessoriana Hotel Rome
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Domus Sessoriana upper hall
Our hotel in Rome, Domus Sessoriana. It is one converted wing of the Trappist monastery of Santa Croce in Gierusalleme. The monastery "chapel" (a huge church) holds what they believe to be pieces of the true cross of Christ and the cross of the repentant thief.
Santa Croce in Gerusalemme
Our "hotel" -- Santa Croce in Gerusalemme.
The airconditioning at the B&B we were supposed to stay in was not working so they booked us at the Hotel Domus Sessoriana, a former monastery, right next (actually attached) to Santa Croce in Gerusalemme.
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