A Casa di Jasmine

Via Calatafimi 41, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | B&B
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Roman drivers

A travel blog entry by lindaseuroblog


... on for dear life it would have been more amazing. Karen was pointing at things, and I was watching the bus that was fighting our minivan for the right to go first. Think I was on the wrong side of the van! The driver was telling us stuff in Italian so we had to just try and translate as best we could, but he got frustrated and ended up pulling up behind a bus and pointing at words!

We made it to our accommodation and guess what? It was across the road ...

Day 7 Top decktour - Orvieto and Rome

A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw


After breakfast we got back on the bus and drove through Italy heading south. On the way we stopped at the beautiful town of Orvieto. This is a town which wasn’t occupied during WW2 due to its clifftop natural defences. During its history it was often used as a sanctuary for the popes when they had to get away from political turmoil. It looks like an ancient town frozen in time with narrow cobble streets and quaint shops. We took a cable car to the town and ...

Italy - Rome

A travel blog entry by stephjames


... in here. Not ideal when it's 28 degrees out. But the basilica was insane. It's so richly decorated. There's massive statues everywhere, paintings on all the walls, marble everywhere, big grand arches and entry ways and apparently the remains of the first ever pope lay there. The decorations are a little over the top in my opinion but whatever floats your boat. The next stop was very important - lunch. We shared a plate of bread, pasta, rice and Mediterranean salads ...

The Colloseum and Forum

A travel blog entry by steinsummer2013

We woke up to eat a very nice breakfast at our apartment-croissant, cereal, juice, buns, cream cheese (Sophie was happy about that) and most importantly.... Fresh cappuccino!
Then we had to wait until about noon, because someone (Jonah) couldn't get up
Finally we got it together and hit the road.
We walked all the way down to the Colloseum. Luckily, we had bought our tickets online and were able to walk right past ...

Roamin' Rome

A travel blog entry by andrearini


... over the loud speaker in probably 7 different languages. Everywhere you looked there were people flying different flags and speaking different languages. It was cool to know that we were all there for the same reason, we all had at least one thing in common. Mass ended and now the waiting game began, when would the Pope peak his head out on the balcony and give us all a blessing? He was scheduled to come out at noon. Right around then, we saw the curtains begin to move. ...

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