Aelius B&B by Roma Inn

Via Volturno 7, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Rome


A travel blog entry by goldenbrown21

Rome Well, I arrived into Rome just after 7.30pm, and after a couple of metro line changes, I found my hostel. It's situated in an alley near the Cavour station, and is just a green door, nothing else.... no signage, nothing. I entered the building, a bit anxious, and climbed to the first floor. Thankfully, this ******, half-deteriated building had …

Roma Bella!

A travel blog entry by andrefranca


Itália - Roma Roma a cidade imortal. Olha, muita gente diz que Roma é interessante pelo seu lado cultural, mas é isso, é aquilo. Bem, eu gostei! Ela pode ser suja e mal organizada, mas eu não tenho do que me queixar, eu achei a cidade super exótica e bem natural, você anda pelas "Vias" e você sente como os romanos viviam com todos aqueles prédios …

Day 26: At The Opera

A travel blog entry by flahivemo


It honestly took everything I had to get out of bed this morning, I wanted to sleep in so bad.
I finally got up and got ready really quick, skipped breakfast, and got on bus to head to the Vatican. It was about a 20 minute drive or so. We got out and did a 2.5 hour walking tour. Definitely still amazing even the second time around. When we got out of the Vatican I got separated from the rest of the group for a few minutes which was a little hectic. I was ...

Radical Rome

A travel blog entry by benstevens


... its veins too. Apparently in their insecurity about building such an immense and untested structure, the Romans added far too much metal to the stonework than they needed too, and so the pillaging began. Davide had earlier told me that at some point after the Roman Emprie's collapse, no more than three thousand byzantines occupied this old city, more or less ignoring the ruins and pillaging anything they could get their hands on for building material.

This ...

Rome - 15th September 2013

A travel blog entry by hannahdeb


... We lined up inside, to tour the amphitheatre. The line was fairly long, but it only took an hour to purchase our ticket and receive our videoguide, which gives you an insight to what actually took place, very Barbaric!

Over 400,000 people died in the Colosseum during the 390 years it was opened for entertainment and 55,000 people could be seated inside in only 20 minutes as there were 80 arched entrances for the spectators.

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