Lelly&Kelly B&B

Address: Via volturno no 27 , Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | B&B
 
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Colosseum & Palantine Hill

A travel blog entry by fensomkids on Apr 16, 2015

3 comments, 5 photos

... The Colosseum was named after a statue of Emperor Nero, Called the Colossus Neronis and that statue was 30m high. Colossal means gigantic and the colosseum sure fits in, it was the largest ampitheater in the Roman Empire!Criminals were often punished and got sent to gladiator school. They usually died in a one on one dule.

We also went to Palentine Hill and it was really close to ...

Rome: The Eternal City of Wonder and Excitement

A travel blog entry by hlavine on Jul 07, 2014

9 photos

... and the most magnificent of all...St. Peter's Basilica in six hours flat!! When in Rome do as the Romans do...so this whirlwind of a day also included a major snafu of walking the circumference of the outside of the Roman Forum, 2 crazy cab rides when we felt lost or too weary, wolfing down delicious square pan Roman pizza and running with cones of gelato back to St. Peter's train station. We were running for more than one reason��! All in all, it was ...

Rome: half a day in a time warp

A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on May 09, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... small serving table to the diner's table, lay out a baking dish with the meal resting in it. The customer was asked to approve the dish before it was removed from the baking dish and paced on the diner's plate. Sauces were delivered via a silver gravy boat. Cutlery also looked to be silver, although I was unable to find a hallmark. The bread dish was laden with four or five different styles of bread. I did not see the chef, but I don't think he ever went to a ...

Size does matter!

A travel blog entry by rossfamily on Mar 07, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... inside the bottom part of the cupola, way overhead above all the people down below in the church they looked like ants we were so high!

Continuing on, we kept climbing up to the top, and the staircase was crazy - twists, turns, spirals, slanted walls, very tight spaces and narrow hallways. We finally made it to the top (another 320 steps later – that dome is enormous!), and was it ever worth it – what a view! ...

The first day of our adventure!

A travel blog entry by roverlibr on Jun 30, 2013

3 photos

... to give it back to her, and she reached into her drawer and handed me a coin. I boldly said "I need two!" so she gave me another. Instant discount on the tie :) and now we could toss our coins into the fountain.

Checking the map we were quite a distance from the Borghese, and we were scheduled there for a tour at 3 PM. So we found a cab, and got another crazy Rome cab ride over there. New York cabbies have got nothing on ...