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TravelPod Member ReviewsLucky House Rome
The place is okay although the kitchen does not have much facilities. The room is okay but a bit noisy. It is very near the Centrale station.
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The weather was not good and we were extremely tired. We went to Colosseo and Palatine Hill and then we went back to the B&B.
... at 8:00am without delay, although Reehanna as usual was the last one in the bus, forgiven as it was the day after her birthday.
We headed off for Brussels where we were to catch the Vuelling flight at 12:00pm to Roma. On the way to the airport we had a quick stop at the Atomium, built for the Expo ’58. The building represents a giant molecule.
After a quick photo stop we made our way to the airport. We made it through customs and ...
... I checked them out for a good amount of time, enjoying the huge ruins and the wandered around the area a bit before heading home and calling it a day.
My last day in Rome was quite uneventful, it was the day I decided to get laundry done and then apparently wanted to read or finish reading Great Expectations, can't remember when I started. It was a nice lazy day.
... 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 ...
... So many beautiful materials draped all about them. The customs for Italy made me laugh. There was a sign above a door saying "nothing to declare". We walked straight through, there wasn't even someone there. Does it's still count as customs if there is noone there checking anything? Or can you simply have a sign declaring that it is so? If so I may have to take that ethos home with me and put random signs up around my house and workplace. That being ...