Trinity Bed & Breakfast

Via Emanuele Filiberto 109, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | B&B
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When in Rome

A travel blog entry by luckshmy.subash

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Sometimes events happen in a way that you meet people. For the first hour of the flight journey we didn't talk to the guy sitting next to us as Lucky and I were both busy organising things for Europe. However, the lady sitting in front of us was being a brat and that caused us to talk. We found out that he was from Melbourne and his name was Nick. …

Rome

A travel blog entry by 25daysofeurope

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... we had some good pasta. After that it was 930pm and we headed to the colosseum to celebrate New Years! There was thousands of people all walking around and drinking. They had little shows going on that you could watch while you wait. At the countdown there was music and fireworks and it was a highlight of our trip. The next day we did a lot of cite seeing. We went to the Spanish steps and looked out over a beautiful view of the city. Then we walked to ...

Do As the Romans Do

A travel blog entry by bigfootineurope

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... city and his body buried there to avoid an uprising of the people who loved him. The reason why we went to St. Paul's was that The Vatican was not accessible today because the Pope was celebrating the international meeting of the catechists in St. Peter's Square and streets had been shut down and it would have been next to impossible for us to tour the Vatican that day. So our guides decided to give us something special and save the Vatican for Monday.

Once at ...

When in Rome

A travel blog entry by schweetbix

... of salt at your table. The waiter was excited that we were his first Kiwi's so I hope we left a good impression for the next ones to live up to.

Also anyone going to Rome - GET A ROMA CARD! The lines for the Palitino and Colloseum (and pretty much everything else) are huge, and these are just to buy tickets not get in. Roma card already has your tickets on it so you essentially get to skip these massive, block long lines and because barely any people have cottened on to ...

The Vatican

A travel blog entry by lynnloparo

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... on the rim of the dome, it is written in Latin: You are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church (direct from the Gospel).

It would take an age to describe everything in the Basilica of St. Peter. One thing I found particularly touching was that people lined up to touch or kiss the feet of a bronze sculpture of St. Peter, which dates to about 8th C A.D. The Basilica is lined with the marble figures of saints, with secondary chapels, and with mosaics. And ...

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