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All the good things...

A travel blog entry by jrt6978

33

... it was yet again hot as a boot, so that made it difficult to move around and truly enjoy the sights. Some of the highlights would have to be Julius Caesar's tomb, the remains of the Roman Forum and the views around the city from this area. From there we strolled thru the streets of Rome making our way on what we called the "Caesars Shuffle" with our first stop being Campo D' Fiero. What a great place to start, getting the chance to ...

Vatican City

A travel blog entry by kyajade

23

... full of ancient artifacts, including a surprising amount of ancient Egyptian statues, sculptures and relics, before it moved on to become more ancient Roman style gods and things. There were so many statues and sculptures of absolutely everything, and we walked past a room full of animal statues which looked cool. Then it started to change a bit as the artifacts turned more Christian style, and then we were walking through rooms with roof to floor sized massive ...

Day 9 - Florence to Rome

A travel blog entry by christie.orr

13

... a scene in the Lizze Mcguire movie! After we walked to the top of the steps and back down I filled my drink bottle up at the fountain shaped like a boat at the bottom of the steps, I bet you all didn't know that it's perfectly safe to drink the water from any of the fountains in Rome!
After the Spanish steps we went to Trevi Fountain ! this would have to be my favourite place of the day, it was so beautiful and just like in the movies! It was so crowded, obviously a ...

What's Rome without a trip to The Vatican

A travel blog entry by chertred

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... a specialised tour leader who was miked up while we had little receivers slung around our necks with earpieces. A pretty good idea, these things. They have a range of around 100 metres or so which means she can keep talking while walking along and we can all hear her.
Everything to do with the Vatican is jaw dropping in it's extravagance, opulence and value. The artifacts, some of which date back to over 500BC, are priceless. The ...

Primo giorno a Roma (first day in Rome)

A travel blog entry by petitchou

... at Termini. As veterans of the Tube, we managed it easily. Thanks to Lonely Planet and our morning's tour guide, we bought our entry at the Roman Forum to miss the queues. I was spellbound by the Forum and the facc that Julius Caesar walked these cobblestones millennia before me. The Colosseum was equally impressive...as were the queue which we again sailed past ;) Our day ended with sore feet... And a dirty apple. Don't ask. Crashed again at the hotel. No dinner ...

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