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Viale Giulio Cesare, 47, Rome, Lazio, 00192, Italy | 2 star b&b
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Ostia Antica and Eataly

A travel blog entry by kperissinotto

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... this is a 2000 year old mausoleum, built by a roman general who had seen the Egyptian pyramids. Then, onto the train that goes to the Roman Lido, to visit Ostia Antica - the ruins which, 2000 years ago, was the port for Rome. It had wharfs capable of unloading 380 ships at a time - this was a thriving city of 50,000, that just disappeared as the river changed course and the port silted up (the sea is now 3 ...

The end of the holiday is looming

A travel blog entry by richardandelly

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... tomorrow while we fly to Hong Kong tomorrow for a couple of days to relax and wind down after an awesome months holiday. A big thank you to every one from NZ who made the trip over to share in Mike & Hats wedding celebration, I know that they really appreciated it. Also a big thank you to all the people who are in NZ and sent gifts and/or their well wishes they ...

Market and Monuments

A travel blog entry by serinakoester

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... never sleeping crowds in the streets of Trastevere, we could have walked along small, winding, cobblestone streets all night but one gelato later decided to make our way home. Once again, we proudly braved the bus lines, determined to use the passes we purchased on arrival and to establish our independence from expensive cabs and metros that close too early for energetic Rome.

Day by day, we are all learning how to travel together. ...

Primo giorno a Roma (first day in Rome)

A travel blog entry by petitchou

... largest unreinforced concrete dome ever built and two towering bronze doors. Our tour ended at the Trevi Fountain - which we discovered is just around the corner from our hotel! We decide to return to the crowded Piazza di Trevi when it's less crowded. I was very keen to visit the Colosseum - but not to walk there. Our feet are quite sore (some might say "soft"!). Subway it is! The Roman Metro is senza complicazioni - without complication. Two lines, red and ...

Another post in instalments

A travel blog entry by silsby

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... of a saint.   Piazza di Spagna wasn't too much further along, with its little boat fountain, the famous shopping street via Condotti branching off, and the even more famous Spanish Steps leading up to the church of Trinita dei Monte. Xander took one look at the steps and said 'No!'. Instead we found the metro station, and rode back to Termini, then changed to Line B to go to Colosseo. He can't get enough of the Colosseum, and we haven't even been inside yet!   We stopped ...

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This 2 star B&B, located in the Prati area of Rome, is near Vatican Guided Tours, Italy With Us, Altar of Peace (Ara Pacis), and Castroni.
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