Al Foro Romano Guest House

Via della Madonna dei Monti 104, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy | B&B
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A travel blog entry by mccloskey


... still able to communicate, appreciate each other's company, and share the moment. [Back to now] I must admit that seeing the Pope was SUCH an incredible experience. He went up the center aisle twice and the energy in the square was indescribable. It even made me want to get back into Catholicism for about five minutes...and then I remembered what exactly that entails :) I wish that my dad could have been with me though (and trust me, you won't hear me say that very ...

Day 23 Roma

A travel blog entry by kenrobynryan


Today we had planned to do the Hop on Hop Off bus again taking in all the major sites of Rome in a day, as everyone is thinking impossible and you're right! We did one loop of Rome taking in the river Tiber the runs through The city, the Castle Angelo, the Colosseum the Villa Borchese and so many different churches and Piazzas l couldn't name them all for you. To say they ...

Day and Night in Rome

A travel blog entry by thisgreatworld


... This tradition, of the Spanish Steps as a meeting place, has lived on ever since.

At the lower end of the stairs you can find an early baroque fountain called Fontana della Barcaccia, or “Fountain of the Old Boat”. It is credited to Pietro Bernini; a member of the renowned artist family Bernini and father of famous Baroque artist Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
The fountain has the form of a sinking ship and it is said to be based upon a folk legend. The legend ...

Villa Borghese and a glimpse of the "real" Roma...

A travel blog entry by fannyandshawn


... We had drinks at Harry's Bar then strolled down the Via... Feeling a little poorer but glamorous none the less! Yesterday was a hunt for 2 little - visited treasures: Michelangelo 's Moses sculpture and Bernini 's last complete sculpture. Both in two separate churches... On opposite sides of town. Yep, you guessed it, more workout for our tired legs and feet. The first one was close to where we did our laundry... and what a treat! we got a private tour of ...

The Eternal City

A travel blog entry by neumannm


... for a run and think you're pretty good and then a competitive marathoner passes you at twice your speed while making it look effortless. Fortunately, our very rudimentary photography skills didn't prevent us from enjoying the best Bacala (fried fish) in the city with Bruno and company. Another highlight: going for walks in the many beautiful Roman parks. And these are big parks. You can get lost! And once you emerge from nature you are plunged right back into history. ...


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