Via Montebello, 25, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | B&B
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Bone rattler bus rides.

A travel blog entry by wildwoodwalk


Wednesday 7th May.

First a little about the neighbourhood I am staying in. It is very close to the Colli Albani metro stop. There are only 2 metro lines in Rome, a third is under construction. Apparently everytime they start to gig a new line they uncover more ancient Roman ruins. My metro stop is only about 15 mins from the main area of ancient Rome. Its certainly not ...

Rome Wasn't Visited in a Day

A travel blog entry by zo_zo


... bring things up from under the floor, and cages all around the edge that could be opened at a moment's notice to let something fearsome out. And to top it all off, sometimes they would flood the arena and have naval battles. Just think about that for a second. After a while they stopped doing that though, because though there was a drain in the middle to let the water out, the sand would take forever to dry out in the sun. Fun fact: the word 'arena' comes from the ...


A travel blog entry by andydearlove


... fashionable thing to do around this part of Italy at this time of year so I though, 'Sod it, when in Rome…' After filling my bottle a few more times it was time to find Greg. During my time in the colosseum I'd did find it strange that there was not a company called Gladia-Tours! That would have been perfect and I would have happily paid through the nose to be shown around ...

Last stop, ROME!

A travel blog entry by angienic3


... sprinting session through the streets of Rome and went back to the shuttle stop early. We did do a little souvenir shopping on the way and then sat along the Vatican wall until the van arrived.

I took a quick dip in the pool before we relaxed on the room for a little while. Then we packed, had dinner and planned our trip to the airport the next morning to head home to Seattle.

24 hours later, we were back in Seattle. Home Sweet Home.


Another day in Roma

A travel blog entry by debcaruso


... and it is very hot. But in Rome, they have food wagons and you can get a beer!! Now that is civilized as we quench our thirst with a couple of beers leaning against a stone wall where some hunky gladiator may have got it on with some bella donna before he went to his death!!! We find a little out of the way place, called Gino ai Funari and finally after all this time in Italy, we find a place who has meatballs!!! I don't think the Italians ...

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