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TravelPod Member ReviewsPalazzo Olivia Rome
Si on veut s'immerser dans la vie des romains, cet endroit est approprié puisque c'est dans un édifice très vieux mais qui a beaucoup de charme.
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The last weekend with Ost and Matt came so quickly! They got into town from Venice that Friday. Our day was spent walking around Civitanova in a storm. Its rained maybe three times since I have been here, so of course the one day I have people to show around the town it is a downpour. We even got some nice thunder on the walk to my school. Rain …
... in Vietnam to scooters in Roma. It is every person for them self. What are road rules?
Yellow Café in Roma - Taken from our room in the Hotel Romae and where we had our Fitness breakfast on Sunday morning.
Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus at Praetoiran - We could see this above the Terminia Railway Station in Roma. Again no idea who made it or who it is meant to be or to symbolise.
Thank you Jennifer for the name.
... stores also exist up the hills surrounding the blocks beyond the square. And, people, shoppers, everywhere. This town square is known for covering its 25 foot wide walkway that circles the square with ground that serves as a race track for an infamous horse race where the horses are the adulated heroes of a three day party that focuses on wine, beer, many thousands of partners who watch and celebrate the HERO horse who wins the race.
... with excitement at finally being there, I obviously didn’t let the Russian know out of fear that I’d seem like a tourist as opposed to a seasoned traveler. Besides, she was intimidating in her own way, so I secretly pushed without bursting with excitement. ...
... and Tony was especially psyched about getting to see the largest ancient Roman amphitheater in the world, which could hold more than 50,000 spectators. The Roman Colosseum -- its modern moniker -- was originally called the Flavian Amphitheater because it was constructed under the emperors of the Flavian dynasty, Vespasian, Titus and Domitian from AD 72 - 80. Barbara explained how its substructure, which is now visible, provided secret passageways and ...