Porta Pia Apartment

viale Regina Margherita 244, Rome, Lazio, 00198, Italy | Condo
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Day 24 Rome

A travel blog entry by rachelandnick


We woke up bright and early knowing we had a fully packed day in the fantastic Rome. It started with breakfast and then a walk to the bus stop. Sadly we couldn't have the coach because 1, the Italians are thieves and it costs around 400 euro a day for the permit to drive and our driver needs 48 hrs break by law. After packing 46 people into the public bus we made it to the train station and caught the train to the Vatican. We met our local tour guide and we were able to jump ...

Scenes from the City of Seven Hills

A travel blog entry by lmcfarland


... 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 ...


A travel blog entry by millilloyd


... The food was incredible. Lemon pasta! Who would have thought, it was mouthwatering. Then the masterpiece dessert ... The chef of the restaurant came out to say hello and chat. He insisted on a special ladies only dessert for us... Much to our surprise we were served a pastry and Nutella dish in the shape of a male part. The whole restaurant stopped eating laughed and the took photos of our dessert. I have photos for evidence. Like I said ...

Ciao, Roma!

A travel blog entry by kassinspain


... we got to the Trevi Fountain. That had to be my favorite party of Italy. I have seen this fountain in countless movies, as well as pictures of my friends, but it really is much prettier in person. And being the cheeseball that I am, I love the tradition of tossing a coin in with the hopes of being able to return to Rome someday, which I will, I'm sure of it, since I tossed in my coin!

Our day was pretty relaxed afterwards since we needed to be ...

Sightseeing in Rome

A travel blog entry by katem74

Today, Phil had organized a days sightseeing of Rome, using a guide (she had come recommended from a person he worked with) and a private driver. It was quite an expensive way to do it but worked out best for managing Josh through the day. The driver had young children close in age to Josh so when he had enough (about two hours into the day) the driver was happy for Josh to stay in the van with him, so he could play on the iPad while we were in and out seeing sights. We saw ...


This condo, located in the Parioli/Pinciano area of Rome, is near Maximus Tours, MACRO Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome (Museo d'Arte Contemporanea Roma), Villa Torlonia, and La Cantinola.
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