Eur Torrino Residence

Address: Via di Decima 245, Rome, Lazio, 00144, Italy | 3 star condo
 
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Augustus Caeser

A travel blog entry by ecollier on Jan 13, 2015

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... not only built up the Empire by improving the city but also because he was annexing lots of land: Egypt, Dalmatia, parts of Africa and more. Augustus Caesar was hardworking and laid down the foundation of Rome and set an example for Roman leaders until the Fall of Constantinople in 1453. In many other languages around the world, Caesar became the word for Emperor. Rome would not have been the same if Augustus Caesar wouldn't have been the first ...

Coliseum

A travel blog entry by tomquinlan on Jun 20, 2014

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... and near the end MUM bored me out. I found out that the coliseum is basically a maze that Gladiators thought in and you could bring a bear on the field. That bear would be lifted by a lift that the people under the coliseum would pull a rope and it will lift the bear on to the bear. The coliseum in my thoughts is very big for me. I could not walk the whole coliseum. After we went to ...

Day 34 Europe vacation May 19

A travel blog entry by jonahadventures on May 19, 2014

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Today we went to the colosseum. When we woke up we relaxed until it was time to go to the colosseum. We met our guide around eleven and went inside the colosseum, it was really cool. It was unbelievable how they made the colosseum so big and how much wealth the Roman Empire had. Before the barbarians sacked Rome the colosseum was covered in marble and there were 120 statues on the outside. We got to go on the different levels of the colosseum and we got to see under ...

The good, the bad and the Zuppa Inglese

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Dec 26, 2013

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... store and tried the famous Italian Zuppa Inglese flavour. It was a tasty tangy custard, and I mixed it was chocolate, of course. Hurrah!

Next stop, the famous Saint Eustachio coffee shop, getting a bit lost on the way. When we finally arrived, oh boy, it was an experience! You had to wade through a sea of excited customers, pay at the cash register, take your ticket to the coffee counter, skull your drink and then push ...

Back to Rome

A travel blog entry by greghahn on Nov 25, 2013

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... an exit row which is great for the extra leg room.

Arriving in Rome another surprise. The customs line is really short and I am through in 10 minutes. Pick up bag and take a train into town. All good. When I get out, there are people and police everywhere. Apparently there are protests against the austetity measures. So I skirt the main areas and wander to my accomodation near Piazza ...