Eur Torrino Residence

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

Tras Teh Veh Reh and Janiculum Hill

A travel blog entry by kinwah


... it did for me. We enlisted the help of a local who was standing at the tram entrance and who was looking at us with amusement who indicted that the tram she was standing in was indeed, the one that we had to be on. So we hopped on the tram, trundled our way through to tracks to our destination (our stop was easy to find- the last one before crossing the bridge) and we arrived in the part of Trastevere that is known to travellers.

Trastevere is a part of old Rome and ...

Lots & Lotsa Latte

A travel blog entry by discoveritaly13


... as the world's largest dance floor. And so we danced... Wed: Awoke to the sing-song melody of the locals in the square. Our window opens right on to the square with the sounds of the local cafe, old ladies on benches, and children echoing as if they were in the room with you. Almost makes you feel as if you belong. Spent the entire day sight-seeing: St. Marks Basilica, Rialto Bridge, shopping, and running recon for American breakfast. ...

Beautiful city thats perfect for any age.

A travel blog entry by lostthenfound


When I was 20 years old and saving to go on a dream trip around Asia and Oz, I worked with an older lady who was always telling me about her son and his travels. She told me he set out on a similar trip but got to Rome and got no further, it was three years later that he finally left. In that time he got a job, learned the beautiful language and just fell instantly in Love with everything the city had to offer.
I wish I had listened to ...

19/05/13 - Day 61 - Bus Tour of Rome

A travel blog entry by adamis


... one end of the Circus, which made it look a bit like the Romans were back in town!

After fighting our way through the traffic we finally made it to the Tiber, the river the runs through Rome (and on the banks of which the twin brothers, Romulus and Remus, the founders of Rome, were supposedly found and raised by a she-wolf). We were supposed to cross over the river an head towards Vatican City, but there were a few diversions in place, I think due to ...

When in Rome...(2 of 2)

A travel blog entry by bmurdo


... through Diacletian’s baths and the church that was built on the former emperor’s bath foundations, Santa Maria degli Angeli. We snagged a couple coffee granitas (kind of like a slushy, but creamier), which was definitely one of those little treats we will miss outside of Italy! Just like the locals, we hopped a bus to the Pantheon. We had learned our way around Rome pretty quickly! The Pantheon was awe-inspiring; the kind of place you walk into and have to pick your ...


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