R/110 Ungheria

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

Buongiorno Roma!

A travel blog entry by jmuir82


... the address of our apartment where the owner of the apartment would meet us outside. We waited. And waited. And waited. And probably after 20-30mins of standing staring at what the cab driver told us was the address we decided we needed to do something. I had the woman's mobile number and we located a pay phone to call her. Rome pay phones are not simple pay phones. It's 0.10€ to send an email, 0.20€ to send an SMS, and free for an emergency call there were no instructions ...

History and Shopping!

A travel blog entry by siobhan21

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Seeing the Pantheon was amazing! That they were able to build something with such precision in 120 AD is incredible. Not only did ancients Romans have a recipe for concrete they figured out how to make it lighter the further up on the dome that they went by using volcanic rock for the aggregate. To think, that all that concrete was poured and perfectly shaped and still holds up without rebar is mind blowing. It was also really ...

History buffs Untie!

A travel blog entry by londoncalling93


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Pope Francis

A travel blog entry by thejoaquins


Today it was back to the Vatican, this time to see Pope Francis pray the Angelus (a devotional prayer) and give a blessing. For those interested, there are several ways for the layperson to see the Pope: at a Mass in St. Peter's Basilica, during his Wednesday Audience, or on Sundays as he prays the Angelus. The Vatican website lists the Pope's public schedule and also has links for requesting advance tickets (heavy emphasis on ...

Roaming in Rome

A travel blog entry by mikeandme


... full of beautiful, historic, impressive buildings. So jammed full that they crowd into, lean over, encroach onto each other. There are so many beautiful facades, but you can't see them because of their multitude. Altogether, Rome is a prime example of too much of a good thing.

Most of today involved too many people. There's so much traffic, so many cars, so many pedestrians. Our window must overlook a main thoroughfare, because rush hour ...


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