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First day in Roma

A travel blog entry by radiobirdman on Sep 07, 2014

3 comments, 3 photos

... we found the food at this place a bit salty. Still it did the Job ans as then boys were falling asleep in their pasta bowls we retreated to an early bed. We were proud at how well the boys coped with what was a very big and tiring day!

Ending the blog now as nearly falling asleep myself. Despite being hot will have to close windows as a bit noisy outside including tram line which is very near. Will post some photos. ...

Buongiorno Roma!

A travel blog entry by jmuir82 on May 05, 2014

41 photos

... version of the tour. Oops. So back down to the audio guide booth to exchange it and the lady who have then to us said "bambini?!" and laughed. Nick got his big boy audio guide and went on our way with our tour. We spent a good 2 hours in the Colosseum seeing everything, taking photos, listening to the proper audio tour. It was interesting to learn that not only did gladiators fight here, but during an exhibition (which was an entire day of shows, about 170 times a year) there would be ...

The Mother Ship

A travel blog entry by christinec2013 on Apr 11, 2014

12 photos

... meet up with my old flat mate, Sophie and we had lunch together. It was so nice to see her again, she's such a sweetheart. She'd been out the night before and hadn't been home yet, so she was still all dressed up and wearing heels. Then at 15h30 I went to meet up with a guy called Vincent. I'm not sure if I've mentioned him before. I met him on a night out for Sophie's birthday. He's French, from Nice but he lives in the Netherlands and works there, ...

Rome Wasn't Visited in a Day

A travel blog entry by zo_zo on Dec 02, 2013

310 photos

... it must have survived at least a few during its long life. The mortar that holds the bricks together is made out volcanic ash, and absorbs shock or something. Also it's incredibly long-lasting. The stage crumbled away a long time ago, exposing the passages underneath it, but they've rebuilt one end of it so you can see what it might have looked like. But also they used to hold concerts there.
The famous gladiators who fought there were called gladiators because ...

Split day in Roma

A travel blog entry by the4wades on Sep 25, 2013

2 photos

Dad was up at 6am this morning to get the local train to the main station, then a TGV back up North to Verona. All went like clockwork with the tickets that LJ helped buy on 22/9 when we arrived in Roma. The station was heaving with people at 7am and the train headed off on time (as usual) at 08:15. Due into Verona at 11:05. Exhibition's just 3 mins from station. Plan to spend the rest of the day at the show, then probably head out for ...