Via Magna Grecia 103, Rome, Lazio, 00183, Italy | B&B
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A travel blog entry by bchucks


... handicap room on the first floor, so there was an emergency exit inside our bathroom - very odd.

We had lunch close by (pizza, natch) and then cabbed to the Vatican where we had tickets for a night-time viewing of the museums. There is so much to see and all of it is gilded - frankly it's a bit overwhelming. You'd have to go back 3-4 times and take it in smaller chunks to really be able to take it all in. Tapestries bigger than my bedroom ...

Last few days in Italy

A travel blog entry by tharrison


... elevator. The time elevator was in 5D! ( I'll tell you what 5D is once I get back to school). We watched a movie about the history of Rome and about how the Romans found it. We also watched a movie about the evolution of life.

The next day we slept in and took a taxi to the airport at midday. We took an A380 to Dubai. ...

Colosseum Palentine Hill Forum. And tired feet

A travel blog entry by markkathleen


We hit the ground running on our first day in Rome. made our way by bus over to Colosseum and all those associated sights. Felt sorry for all the people in huge queues who didn't pay the bit extra to have a personal tour...you zip right through the others without a wait, learn much ...

Ancient Roads and Bones

A travel blog entry by cncadventures


... or become silent. When he returned to proclaim the righteousness of his faith, he was captured and beheaded. There is a marble piece in the church do the Saint and we have seen his likeness in paintings and sculptures throughout our travels.
From the church we walk past a temple of Romulus, Emporer Maxentius's son who died young. The complex also included the Circus of Maxentius which once held 10,000 spectators. The obelisk in the famous Piazza Navona in Rome once ...

Last Day In Rome

A travel blog entry by louielou


After some pretty solid days sightseeing, involving a LOT of walking, this morning I was pretty exhausted. The one thing that I wish I had brought with me on this trip is a pedometer - it would be interesting to see how much walking I have actually done! So being tired, I did something that I haven't done since I was sick in Paris - I slept in. I spent the morning laying in bed and writing up some blogs, it was wonderful, and I think my feet definitely ...

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