Travel Blogs from Rome, Italy

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Pope wrecked Rome, Linda shoots Pope, Rome, Italy travel blog

Pope wrecked Rome, Linda shoots Pope

A travel blog entry by linda.pestes.7

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Okay, now that I have your attention...Our next port was Civitavecchia, Italy.  We left the ship and quickly purchased tickets for the Cristian Line of Hop on Hop Off Bus, as well as the "fast train to Rome.  First, their definition of fast, and ...

Arrivederci Roma, Rome, Italy travel blog

Arrivederci Roma

A travel blog entry by usnkidsabroad

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... Fountain (about 100m away from 'home') for ice cream and we ate the best pizza and drank the best coffee in Italy. Unfortunately a promised tour of the Vatican with one of the Pope's bodyguards couldn't be arranged quickly enough, but the catacombes ...

Fountains, art, ruins and a French con-man, Rome, Italy travel blog

Fountains, art, ruins and a French con-man

A travel blog entry by roamingrob

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... got the trip for free. Arriving in Naples I was quickly aware that poverty in this city was even more apparent than in Rome - overflowing rubbish bins everywhere, people camped outside closed-down shops, living in piles of duvets and garbage bags, and a ...

The Vatican, Rome, Italy travel blog

The Vatican

A travel blog entry by lynnloparo

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... of Constantine. Then I came to the room of maps. The Vatican has a forty-foot long hall of maps, of all the maps of Italy that it controlled, in great detail. Finally, right in the heart of the Vatican Museum, were the crown jewels of the Vatican Museum: ...

A day at the beach!, Rome, Italy travel blog

A day at the beach!

A travel blog entry by jessica_caywood

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Today was awesome...we slept in and had a nice relaxing day at the beach. It was so nice to finally breathe some fresh air! Living in the city you breathe nothing but smog and smoke. I swear every Italian here smokes. Anyways, we just basically laid ...

The First Few Days, Rome, Italy travel blog

The First Few Days

A travel blog entry by conchobhar

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... is asking a lot of people. My business prof hasn't showed up yet so class is cancelled for tm. Haha. Its so much fun being a new place every night. This weekend I am going to really explore Rome, and then next weekend I think go somewhere else in ...

Fire Fire!, Rome, Italy travel blog

Fire Fire!

A travel blog entry by tenvols

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... breakfast at the hotel though. Just kidding--I don't mind, but Melanie is downright mad. She looks forward to her morning muesli. As for now, we have not yet decided where we are going to go--either Sicily or central Italy. We will keep you ...

Musei de Vaticano y Gelatto in la Fontana di Trevi, Rome, Italy travel blog

Musei de Vaticano y Gelatto in la Fontana di Trevi

A travel blog entry by europeando

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Bismil-lahi ar-Rahman ar-Rahim Hoy, nuestro último día de paseo en Roma, decidimos lavar la ropa para que esté todo limpio antes de salir para la Costa Azul de Francia y España. Elegmos un lugar que quedaba a 10 locales de nuestro hostel por Via ...

Final Notes - The Trip, Rome, Italy travel blog

Final Notes - The Trip

A travel blog entry by ainaz

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... ;    Favorite (cycling) countries: Greece, Slovenia, Poland, Germany, Switzerland, France Worst cycling countries: Italy, Albania Best encounters with locals: Greece, Albania, Poland, Germany, Holland, Belgium, France Best ...

The Vatican's Museums and Sistine Chapel!, Rome, Italy travel blog

The Vatican's Museums and Sistine Chapel!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime

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... back to life as men were seen plowing the fields and pasture becoming rapidly emerald green in color.  We were fast approaching Rome and it could be felt at times as the traffic became heavier. And then, four hours later we were back in Rome, ...

Osvaldo breaks Roman hearts, Rome, Italy travel blog

Osvaldo breaks Roman hearts

A travel blog entry by weitalians

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... day we had planned our whole trip on- it was finally match day! Roma against Juventus, second placed hosting first, northern Italy verse central Italy and Garcia against Conte. It was a battle that left any calcio fan watering at the mouth, and one that ...

Campioni nel cuore, Rome, Italy travel blog

Campioni nel cuore

A travel blog entry by annamarie16

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Ciao! Last night was the Championship match against Luiss. Luiss is an all Italian school in Rome, known for their athletic programs. Fans and all, we met at our Tiber campus and took a Coach bus to the field. The field was different from any other ...

Che Cose Belle, Rome, Italy travel blog

Che Cose Belle

A travel blog entry by annamarie16

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... Maria said, “I had the phone number; I just forgot the last two digits.”  I think the excitement of coming to Italy is similar to an imagination after having a couple beers… I met them after my final and we went to the Vatican. We ...

Rome on the cheap, Rome, Italy travel blog

Rome on the cheap

A travel blog entry by bigbenn

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... again as last Sunday of the month is free so we didnt pay any entrance fee. Afterwards walked around the many, many sights of Rome before getting to the Coloseum 4pm. Again we got in free because of celebration. We then went and had a drink sitting on ...

When in Roma....., Roma, Italy travel blog

When in Roma.....

A travel blog entry by kempstertravels

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... sea to Sicily and then on to Naples and the Amalfi Coast. It means that we've still got a fairly long 'wish list' for Italy, but we're sure that no-one leaves this country without good intention to return. Our Alitalia flight landed after dark, which ...

Through Tuscany to Rome, Rome, Italy travel blog

Through Tuscany to Rome

A travel blog entry by alicenzl

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More writting to ...

Only in ITALY, Rome, Italy travel blog

Only in ITALY

A travel blog entry by annamarie16

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Ciao Ragazzi!!! I wanted to share a list my roommates and I have started about our daily encounters in Roma, Italia. ONLY IN ITALY... 1. does my Italian teacher call the front office to speak to a student in my class and ask her to share with the class ...

Roma, Rome, Italy travel blog

Roma

A travel blog entry by bbk6

Ciao,   Never have I been so surrounded by ancient history as I was today. The ruins of the ancient city which we explored today are expansive and in varying states of decay, but enough remains to conjure up visions of enormous marble ...

First Morning in Rome, Rome, Italy travel blog

First Morning in Rome

A travel blog entry by h_hurst

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... a bit with a guy I met here at the hostel from Phoenix who had just finished a year of cooking school in the south of Italy and was travelling a bit before heading home. He already had been around, so we just enjoyed each other's company. We walked up ...

Rome Day 2, Rome, Italy travel blog

Rome Day 2

A travel blog entry by finntopson

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... ) and sat down for some drinks. It's safe to say we had managed to come to the most expensive and least populated bar in Rome, so we each spent the rest of our budgets on the most alcoholic drinks they had on offer. Nick and Tom were feeling tired, so ...

Do you need a bath?, Rome, Italy travel blog

Do you need a bath?

A travel blog entry by coryandlaura

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... are going to the ruins of the Caraculla Roman Baths. The Baths of Caracalla, the second largest baths complex in ancient Rome, were built between 212 and 219 A.D. by the emperor Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, better known by his nickname Caracalla. The ...

From Rome with Love, Rome, Italy travel blog

From Rome with Love

A travel blog entry by magnumcy

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After a quick stop in Dusseldorf for a night I flew off to Rome on Ryannair, a low cost Irish carrier.  They had the smallest seats I have ever been in and my knees were cramped right up against the seat in front of me.  My head stood a good ...

Barcelona  and Rome!, Rome, Italy travel blog

Barcelona and Rome!

A travel blog entry by tennille

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Hello again everyone! We are now in Beautiful Rome in Italy where it is absolutely roasting and I, of course, am tanned! Okay, so not so much tanned as sunburnt but still exciting! I spent 3 nights in Barcelona which was really nice. The hostel was in a ...

Rome in a Day, Rome, Italy travel blog

Rome in a Day

A travel blog entry by southbaykg

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... , and finally down to the Pantheon. The Pantheon was by far the most impressive. It's the last great building left from ancient Rome, built in 27 B.C. There's a huge dome inside, with an opening to the sky 27 feet in diameter...my travel book said that ...

When in Rome... Eat Gelato and Pizza..., Rome, Italy travel blog

When in Rome... Eat Gelato and Pizza...

A travel blog entry by cotafamily4

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... ... We also slipped into many churches and cathedrals... always coming face to face with Mary... she is a powerful figure in Rome... and Italy for that matter... Mary has Jesus beat out at least 10 to 1 throughout the streets of Rome... for every ...

Ancient Rome in a day, Rome, Italy travel blog

Ancient Rome in a day

A travel blog entry by middlemoss

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1. Tram to tram stop Argentina 2. Walk to the Pantheon - Wow! 3. Walk to Piazza Navona 4. Walk to Trevi Fountain 5. Walk to the Forum and explore. 6. Walk to the Colosseum - Bonza! 7. Walk to Argentina 8. Walk past Irish Pub towards tram 9. Turn around ...

Rome in 1 day, Rome, Italy travel blog

Rome in 1 day

A travel blog entry by danny23dc

... the most important places of Rome in one day, we did it... Since I was a child I had seen lots of pics from Rome, the Colosseum, Vatican City, Trevi Fountain, the Forums, Pantheon... but I never thought it was so incredible, everything is bigger than you ...

When in Rome..., Rome, Italy travel blog

When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by suikerbossie

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Although Italy is a different country to the Netharlands, we didn't quite comprehend what it ment to be in Europe. Because we landed in Amsterdam we had already arrived in Europe, but we were very careful to leave Rome's Fiumicino Airport without getting ...

Marble Columns, Rome, Italy travel blog

Marble Columns

A travel blog entry by monnat07

Hey, I just wanted to share a little gem with everybody. Every time me and Monica see a columns, which is quite frequently since we are in Rome, we say this. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZcba7CUaCE Enjoy! ...

No Sleep in Rome, Rome, Italy travel blog

No Sleep in Rome

A travel blog entry by anikaundjulian

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Wie bereits auf Hostelworld.com beschrieben, war unsere Unterkunft mehr Bar als Hostel. Bisher hatten wir noch nicht ausgiebig gefeiert, weshalb uns das Party-Hostel gerade recht kam. Der Abend begann mit einer netten Runde Uno, bei der jede Karte ohne ...

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