Il Borghetto Antico

Via Lanuvio, 56 , Rome, Lazio, 00179, Italy | B&B
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When in Rome Learn About What the Romans Did

A travel blog entry by odlozinski


... swords. After this tutorial it was then time to do battle with shields and some foam weapons. The instructor scored the battles and the boys were able to have fun without being compettive (for the most part). The only boy who was able to defeat Dad was Myles!

We finished the evening off by having the cab driver drop us off at the Pantheon (originally a building built to honour all of the Roman Gods but ...

Markets and Cats!

A travel blog entry by kyajade


... annoyed because we'd walked such a long way and our feet were sore, then decided to just go into a bakery in the square, called Forno Campo de Fiori, which turned out to be the right place! Lucky! We went inside, and it was absolutely packed with people, and even a TV crew who were doing an interview for something. We ordered a Pizza Bianca each, which was like a margarita pizza slice folded in half. It seemed pretty plain, but we got it anyway, and went ...

Summer travelling = a tourists hell

A travel blog entry by emily.hall.7758


... us of the extremity of the lining process were telling the absolute truth. Walking towards the line we had already been approached by a heap of people, trying to sell us tours of the Vatican which included a queue jump pass. Then, while waiting for an hour to buy our tickets, we were annoyed by so many more people, telling us the line would take two hours when it would be so simple to pay them a ridiculous amount of money to jump ahead. Not ...

Roamin' Rome

A travel blog entry by andrearini


... We were up and at ‘em early, grabbing breakfast and finding our tour guide. The tour included the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, and St. Peter’s Basilica. Our tour guide was a nice Italian woman who gave us all headphones hooked up to her microphone so we could hear her at all times. The Vatican was easily the most crowded place we visited the whole weekend. The line to get in was easily over 3 hours. Luckily, one of the perks of our tour was skipping the ...

After the Tour

A travel blog entry by robertiz

... is said that after a victory the Roman Generals would ride their chariots up this road to the temple to give homage to Jupiter for his victory. Our guide lead us to the top of Capital Hill where we could see the market of Trajan, a statue depicting the weaning of Romulus and Ramous, and the Piazza di Campidoglio which along with the staircase leading down to the street was designed by Michael Angelo. When we got down to the street ...

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