Alchimia B&B

Via Francesco Giangiacomo 2, Rome, Lazio, 00147, Italy | B&B
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Caesar's stomping grounds

A travel blog entry by pandar

24

... place. We walk through another victory arch and we are at the point of Sean's wish list, the tomb of Romulus. Sean is happy to have this crossed off the list, just the Colosseum to go, which we visit very soon afterward. Once we leave the archaeologists behind, still labouring along the crest of the Palatine Hill, we view the Colosseum from a different position, then leave the Forum area, cross the street, go up the road a bit and view Constantine's ...

Making a home in the Unknown

A travel blog entry by katelynthoresen

17

... of the city. Nice to get away :)
After coming back to Rome, our Theology professor, who was with us for the day invited us to come with her to the Vatican for the prayer vigil the pope held: Peace for Syria. It was easily the most profound experience I've ever had. I screamed when Pope Francis came out and I could see the speck of white across St. Peter's Square. The prayer service itself was beautiful. Obviously there were MANY people there and ...

Day Nine: Roma.

A travel blog entry by grant.gullekson

37

... wall. The Colloseum is where the Romans held games with animals against animals, animals against gladiators, and gladiators against gladiators. Something I didn't know was that gladiators were sponsored and most fights were choreographed! Our guide compared the games to WWE Wrestling except that the gladiators were sometimes killed after a decision by Caesar with a motion from his thumb. Down indicated ...

A Tuscan flurry followed by the Eternal City

A travel blog entry by jjdruce

12

... us to check their garments at home... The markets were beautiful, silk scarves and the smell of leather wafted around... Just divine. We sadly said goodbye to our brief sojourn in Florence and headed to Rome for our final destination. What a big day we had. We arrived at our hotel around 5pm and quickly changed for our walking tour at 5:30pm. Starting near the city walls, we made our ...

First time Roman

A travel blog entry by little_steff

13

... whole of the Vatican (well except for the crypt :( ). But I'll leave it there cause I posted a whole separate report of my view on the Vatican.

The third day we put on our trainers and walked all the from the outskirts of the Vatican down to the Colosseum also touring the Palatine Hill and the Roman Forum.
Luckily the weather was good, so we walked in the sunshine along the Tiber and past the Island. It could have been soooooo idyllic but unfortunately the ...

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