B&B Piazza Del Popolo

Via Allegri da Correggio, Rome, Lazio, 196, Italy | B&B
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Rome Wasn't Visited in a Day

A travel blog entry by zo_zo


... that my dinner group and I couldn't find a place that looked promising for dinner until after like forty five minutes of walking. But I think we ended up picking a winner as the waitress didn't even speak English, so we felt it was the exact opposite of the restaurants nearer to us that all catered to tourists and had pushy people stationed in front of the entrances trying to get you to come inside.
Sunday, our last day, had a morning activity that I hadn't signed up ...

Roman Colosseum

A travel blog entry by jacquichap


... to behold, hairs standing on the back of our neck and drenched to the bone (although armed with umbrellas and waterproofs) we marched into the arena with much the same feeling as those that would have walked in on it's opening 1941 years ago. In-case I haven't bored you enough, a few stats; could fit 60,000 spectators, but engineered to allow their entry and seating within 10-15 minutes!. 3 massive arched walls ring the elliptical shaped stadium with ...

Day 21 - Pantheon, Ostia Antica, Capuchin Crypt

A travel blog entry by 5lowesonthego


... monk skeletons, take apart the bones, and make artwork?? I sneaked a couple of photos even though I wasn't supposed to because words just don't do it justice.

Back to our favorite gelato place and then Dad and Angel made a scrupulous dinner of pesto pasta and salad (while I took a 2 hour nap...I have a sore throat and needed the rest). After we literally stuffed ourselves, we wandered 2 blocks to Campo di Fiori for more gelato ...

Rome city of churches

A travel blog entry by jimcolsimpson


... and found out yesterday that these cars were a concept idea between Swatch Watches, and Mercedes, hence the name Smart cars.

On arrival and due to the strike today we went to the coliseum, our local guide told us many facts that we were unaware of. In its heyday it had a cloth roof that could be erected by slaves pulling on ropes and installing the cloth roof one piece at a time. I didn't know that the gladiators were ...

Vatican, Sistine and St. Peters.

A travel blog entry by tpelaia


... and lots of people. When I finally arrived at the Sistine chapel I was relieved. I've seen pictures and read about it. But to actually see it in person was remarkable. The paintings of the people seem to jump out as if they were 3 dimensional. The only thing I didn't like were the hundreds of people in the room. Not following the rules and taking pictures. Regardless it was very memorable.

The rest of the day I napped ...


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