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Barcelona to Budapest (via Rome)

A travel blog entry by rogez09 on Aug 05, 2015

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... so tired by now I collapse in my seat and suddenly all the smoke starts coming out the air vents. People scared and asking what's wrong and the cabin crews response was "if it was an emergency the masks would have dropped, so don't worry". So I'm meant to feel safe cause the masks didn't drop. Thanks. Finally after arriving at about 1:30 I get my hotel transfer and fall into bed at like 2:15. ...

St. Peter's Basilica and the Pantheon.

A travel blog entry by mats56 on Oct 06, 2014

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... building in Rome. Never mind the inside yet, the Vatican City's facade was just incredible and the attention to detail all the way through each and every statue, pillar, engraved stone is phenomenal. St. Peter's has spectacular artworks all over the walls and incredibly detailed infrastructure, stunning details to everything inside plus it is just enormous. We went down into the crypt, where many of the basilica's ...

Getting ready to say goodbye to Italy

A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Sep 09, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... at the bottom of our street. Thirty minutes later and 50 Euros lighter we were dropped off at the Hilton Garden Hotel by the Rome airport. This was a first rate airport hotel so we were happy to hang out for the day and work on this blog.

We moved to the airport because our flight tomorrow departs at 6:20 AM. Using the two hour rule we figured arrival at the airport should be by 4:20, so we popped out of bed at 3:30 AM (September ...

Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel

A travel blog entry by mitchdee07 on May 14, 2014

1 comment, 21 photos

... Raphael ("The Transfiguration"), Leonardo da Vinci ("St. Jerome"), and Carravagio's "Deposition", a somber work which depicts the burial of Christ from his mind's eye.

After the Pinacoteca, we moved on to the Egyptian Rooms, where a large number of artifacts from ancient Egypt are on display. Highlights from this section included mummies, numerous statues, various animals worshipped as gods (including one of a jackal dressed in a toga), and ...

Running in Rome

A travel blog entry by calmckee on Apr 01, 2014

... got to the colosseum and did a tour inside. We walked around ourselves and took lots I pictures and just enjoy the weather the beautiful building. Then we headed to he roman forum as our tickets worked for it. Was so beautiful. Took a lot of imagination to try and re create all the palaces and building in the ruins but we spent several hours just strolling through and enjoying the sites. Then we got a delicious pasta lunch and of course ...