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Travel Blogs from Rome

STUDY abroad

A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz


... business department here. I think that I will really like this class and I'm definitely looking forward to having him as a teacher! I switched into an Italian 101 class and am well on my way to being tri lingual... Kidding. So far we learned pretty basic phrases and I realized I had been saying almost everything incorrectly for the past 5 days. My last class on Mondays is called "popes of Rome: a history of the Catholic Church" I am so excited for ...

Day 4 - Let's Visit the Pope

A travel blog entry by carl.biancon


... got a bit of a shock. There were metal detectors, and the first thing I thought of was the airport customs again. I started to freak. I was standing in line thinking "Please don't make me use my passport. I'm going to go through and probably get shot if I go off". Ten minutes later, I was waiting on the other side, thinking to myself "Why was I thinking that". Whilst waiting to get inside the Vatican City, I somehow ended up ...

Italia, buongirno!

A travel blog entry by europels


... so picturesque because they are built in a condensed fashion on the sides of the mountains. It looks great, but climbing it with a fully packed backpack is not so enjoyable. We reached our hostel huffing and puffing, hot and bothered, and with the feeling that we should have won an Olympic gold medal. Looking down, feeling accomplished of course, we headed in to register and hopefully get a break from our backpacks. The woman was very friendly and offered to show us to our ...

Roma, Day 2

A travel blog entry by howardhalm


... their best. Every one was to die for and much better described on its web site. Next, we were served skip jack, similar to sea bass over a bed of mashed potatoes capped with pan fried potatoes.

They out did themselves on the desserts. Margaret had expresso bon-bon and I had tiramisu. After finishing dinner at 11:00 PM, we headed home and plopped into bed from another day of walking about 3 miles and wonderful ...

When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by panzaverde


... then the Vatican. The museums were free the day we visited, and a human tide swept us through to the Sistine chapel. It really is stunning, even packed with people who won't shut up in spite of the efforts of the ushers. Clapping three times just isn't going to work with a crowd that ...