La Scalinata

Address: Via dei Cappuccini 30, Rome, Lazio, Rome, Italy | Condo
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All Roads in Italy finally lead to Rome

A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Sep 04, 2014

1 comment, 46 photos

... anything but straight and many do not have of street signs, so navigating is a challenge but we lucked out and walked right to it. By the time we arrived it was getting dark, but it was a magnificent sight to think that this building has been standing for almost 2 millenniums.

The Pantheon was built by Marcus Agrippa in 27 BC, then rebuilt by Emperor Hadrian in 125 AD. A temple to the gods of the Greco-Roman pantheon, it is a marvel of classical architecture and, ...

Sightseeing Roma

A travel blog entry by halleyc on May 08, 2014

20 photos

... as you can go through the group entrance. Michelle and I were given a student rate, so we only paid the price of admission to the Sistine Chapel and Vatican museum, plus 5 euros. Not a terrible deal to miss the line. Our tour guide was very good, and told us the history of the Vatican site. Apparently neither Michelle or I paid much attention in history, because it was all brand new to us. The Vatican is quite possibly the most crowded place I’ve ever visited. ...

Still suffering from jet lag

A travel blog entry by siobhan21 on Dec 13, 2013

Woke up at 5am and went back to bed and didn't get up til 4pm. (sigh). So I decided to just roam around my neighborhood. I stopped in a few boutiques and an art gallery. Also, I did find the local grocery (Conad) where I was able to get Asti Dolce (a sweet sparkling wine) to pair with arrancia rossi (blood orange juice) = best mimosa ever! I tried eating a ristorante that I passed. Not ...

Scenes from the City of Seven Hills

A travel blog entry by lmcfarland on Sep 19, 2013

1 comment, 13 photos

... of a hand full of dead popes. After downing pizzas/pasta for lunch, we toddled toward Ancient Rome's crowning jewel: the Colosseum. Calendars show we are in the latter half of September, but tourists seem to believe it to be midsummer. The ancient sites surrounding the Colosseum (The Forum, Palatine Hill, etc.) were infested with camera-clad gawkers. We found ourselves weaving our ways through the tourist warp-and-woof, and at times joining in. We found some superb ...

When In Rome

A travel blog entry by ohdear on Jun 16, 2013

... I turn around and see one of the women walking into the Internet cafe leaving her car parked in the middle of the road! I was in shock that they had found us and shrieked "Kim!" Haha! After much confusion with the women trying to get the Indian man working at the cafe to translate to us in English, only to find that he could not speak it either we opened up a translator on google and explained that we did not want to stay at the apartment on our own without Internet not ...