D'Agostino

Via Domenico Jachino 77, Rome, Lazio, 00144, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Rome

When in Rome Learn About What the Romans Did

A travel blog entry by odlozinski

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... horrific for the people killed) is very important for archeologists as the rock and ash that buried the cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum allowed for the preservation of many objects that would have been destroyed by war and looting.

We then walked down the Via Sacra (Sacred Road) to the Forum. There are scattered columns which still stand but our guide was able to give us a sense of the scale and appearance of ...

Two Tiramisus and a Caesar Salad

A travel blog entry by travelingsmith

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... full day in Rome. We hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas. Buon Natale!


Dad highlight - seeing how they constructed the coliseum
Dad lowlight - walking continuously up and down on uneven stones

Mom highlight - sitting at the fountain at the Pantheon, eating lemon gelato and listening to street musicians
Mom lowlight - the salad that came on top of my pizza crust

Brian highlight - other than napping, hearing ...

Split day in Roma

A travel blog entry by the4wades

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... on the conference shuttle, registered at the exhibition and met up with the first of the suppliers at around midday. Spent the rest of the roaming the stands and discussing equipment possibilities. The hosts from Breton were fantastic. At 6 we headed back to the hotel they'd organised for me. Quick shower, then out for dinner at a local restaurant and bar. Great spread; pizza (of course), red wine and cabbage rissotto, coffee ...

A FIRST for everything!!!

A travel blog entry by aloro

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... to the hotel for a short nap... Later that evening we jumped on the bus and went to Piazza Navona where we walked around enjoying the sights and people walking around. We finally found a perfect Resturant for our dinner outside a little back road listening to live music... Priceless. Again, our meal was outstanding as we all had red wine for dinner. ONLY IN ...

Roamin' Rome

A travel blog entry by andrearini

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... carved, it was actually just painted using a French shadowing technique. The next room was a room filled with maps of Italy. It was one of my favorites because the ceiling had reds, blues and greens that jumped right out at you. On the left side of the hallway were the cities on the Western coast of Italy, and on the right side were the Eastern cities.
Next came the four rooms leading up to the Sistine chapel. These rooms are known as Raphael’s rooms, because they ...

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