R/110 Ungheria

Via Salaria, Rome, Lazio, Rome, Italy | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Rome

We Saw the Pope

A travel blog entry by summersabroad


Ben and I didn't get an extremely early start this morning, though we were out the door before my parents finished showering. At noon, the pope was set to speak to the crowds, so we would be meeting up with them in a few hours. In the meantime, I wanted to see some of the architecture around St. Peter's and the Castel Sant'Angelo -- a walk my parents had done the night before last. We ...

When in Rome...it rained. Loads.

A travel blog entry by kittysheeran


... us to, perfectly!!) and the food was delicious!! I forget what the place was called. Then it was back to the bus station at 530 to get ready to leave Rome. Transfer was 55 mins and I slept for 45 of that. Pootled around the airport, got some grub and then off for our flight. Boarding started at 2140 and we were taxiing by 2230! A very long day with a longer flight ahead! Rome was lovely! ...

Vatican and more

A travel blog entry by mupebo


... the vatican museum. Neither of us wanted to go through a museum but this one we needed to. The sistine chapel turned out beautiful as we knew it would, Michaelangelo's roof was outstanding. Both tired we headed home to get ready for tonight, a much anticipated visit to the jewish ghetto and Trastevere. It was nice to see the Jewish area of rome as we were slightly overwhelmed with the christianity in rome, ...

The Colosseum and Forum Tour

A travel blog entry by robertiz

... Yeah, she worked us but I like to think we let here. Besides it seemed to be BAU here. We had a few hours to kill before the tour so we made sure of the meeting location and walked off for lunch. The area around the Termi was abuzz with activity, bars setting up tables for lunch, shop keepers opening and putting things out on the sidewalk to attract the passers by. After a little shopping we found a spot to have lunch and a bottle of ...

Pope On A Rope

A travel blog entry by ichbinseins

... about this subject in the US. Then, we began the long, hot walk to the entrance of the museum. Luckily, she took us through shady, tree-lined streets and merged us into the lines right before the entrance. Once in, there's a security check with metal detectors, bathroom break, and the gift shop. Finally, the tour began. We started in a courtyard with a look out onto the Vatican Gardens, some pictures of the Basilica in the distance, and we ...


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