R/110 Ungheria

Address: Via Salaria, Rome, Lazio, Rome, Italy | Condo
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Roman Attractions

A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Dec 29, 2014

... or condemned criminals. Most were men, but there were a few female gladiators. These combats were attended by the poor, the rich, and frequently the emperor himself. As gladiators fought, vicious cries and curses were heard from the audience around the Roman Colosseum. One contest after another was staged in the course of a single day. Should the ground become too soaked with blood, it was covered over with a fresh layer of sand and ...

First Week of Work

A travel blog entry by aschneider on Aug 30, 2014

4 comments, 13 photos

... salad), dolce is dessert of either fruit or pastry. An a teacher, I get all of this for €0.30 per day! Italian labor law provides that the meal be subsidized. I have found the need for eating dinner on a school night is gone, this lunch lasts me until the morning! More money for travel. Yay!

One of my immediate loves about AOSR is the staff. Each person seems to truly care about the well-being of everyone else. It's been a long ...

When in Rome

A travel blog entry by tvandeve on Apr 28, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... a stone bridge constructed in 62 BC. We continued walking along the north side of the Circus Maximus where ancient chariot races were held. Our trek lead us past the Colosseum on our way to the church of San Clement. This is a 12th century church built on top of a 4th century church which was built on top of a 1st century Roman street. As there were no photos allowed in the church or subterranean features, I put my ...

Vatican City

A travel blog entry by brooklyn85 on Jan 14, 2014

1 comment, 68 photos

... to the top, the stair way began to slant (fulfilling the dome shape) and so we began to try to shift with it. Once the stair way began to shrink, it got even more comical.

Reaching the top, the climb seemed to definitely be worth it. The view was AMAZING. (The breeze felt nice too). You could literally see the entirety of Rome. We stayed up there for a good while, taking as many snapshots as possible.

That's the essence of that trip!

Days 6 - Last Day in Rome #sadface

A travel blog entry by sonpow on Dec 01, 2013

1 comment, 24 photos

... skin from a woman completed with shrivelled ear. And we found this in the guide book under "Rome for children" ... Ella prepared well for our day by having breakfast twice. We hopped on a bus feeling very pleased with ourselves for having mastered the bus system in Rome only to find ourselves sitting alone on the bus just two stops later. Once we finally realised that the bus wasn't going anywhere because it had actually terminated we hopped off and ...

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