San Daniele Bundi House

Via Cavour 295, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy | B&B
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Rome, Italy

A travel blog entry by rewillis


I woke up somewhat later and was very lazy about getting going with my day. Did the breakfast routine and then walked up to take the Metro. I wanted to go to Spagna and Villa Borghese. Unfortunately, I was not able to visit the Borghese tickets available until May, it was easier to get tickets to the Vatican Museums! So, I walked around the Villa Borghese gardens...lovely and calm. The grass ...

The past year.

A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz


... for the Business school which has been one of the most fulfilling jobs (even though I didn't really make much money) and it reminded me to think about my passions and aspirations as I was now half way through my college career. I also got to go to New York to visit my friend Ingrid and it was a great experience traveling on my own for the first time. When I came back to campus in the Fall I had decided to pick up another major and about a week before the deadline I submitted ...

When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by millys77


... in order to have lifted a gladiator or beast to make a grand entrance from under the sand! After this we were taken up to the third tier, this is as high we you can currently go. In its prime there were 5 tiers, with the poorest being the highest up although entrance to the games held here was free. The third tier was for the middle class, I had finally gone up in the world. From here you had the best view of the Colosseum and also that ...

Miles and Miles, Churches and Ruins

A travel blog entry by ethansamjencol


Today we had a bit of a lie in and after a mediochre breakfast at the hotel we were collected from the hotel by Nicola from Miles and Miles. They are a private tour company and we had the use of a very comfy mercedes van and driver/guide for seven hours. Nicola is a great source of ...

Rome by the Day

A travel blog entry by bliebenow


... then we got lost, and it became excruciatingly painful. When we go to the other side, though, we were at a lovely square with another giant obelisk. Apparently the Romans stole 13 obelisks from Egypt and have them in various squares throughout Rome. We walked down an adjoining street, looked at overpriced things, and headed to the Crypt of the Capuchin Monks. This seems like a random thing to visit, but it was recommended to us. It ended ...

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