Residence le Terrazze

10 Via Villafranca , Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 3 star condo
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Travel Blogs from Rome


A travel blog entry by mckensiehollar on Jul 02, 2014

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... had a statue under each arch all the way around the Colosseum. It is hard to see, even in person, but on the arch are Roman numerals. When Romans would go to the Colosseum to watch the games they had a small flat stone with Roman numerals engraved on them and since many people did not know how to read they would walk around and find the arch/entrance that matched the engravings on their "ticket." Inside the Colosseum the lowest level ...

All roads lead to Rome...

A travel blog entry by rossfamily on Mar 08, 2014

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... once again at the Pantheon plaza (it’s become our favourite/most familiar spot). We decided to treat ourselves to a nice dinner on a patio (Hostaria Pantheon) overlooking the Pantheon (the girls especially had been wanting to do this since we were here on our first day). We had a great table, excellent food, friendly staff, and we were even treated to music from an amazing duo of street performers – a guitarist and cellist – playing ...

Ancient Grounds

A travel blog entry by sammyjoy on Oct 15, 2013

First impression of Rome - this place is hectic! When we first arrived we had a bus tour around the city and past the colosseum. It blew me away how ancient ruins are scattered throughout the city, due to it being built up around the existing city. It's hard to comprehend how old the ruins are and appreciate how much history has occurred here in Rome. Winding our way around meant our driver had to navigate our big bus through ...

Day 20 and 21: Travel and Roma!

A travel blog entry by isaacgrebisz on Aug 21, 2013

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... and sculptures! Later was really the big attraction for the day, the Colosseo (colosseum)! This was awesome to see. The floor has deteriorated so that you can see the rooms where the slaves would hoist the lions into the arena. The Colosseum is hard to describe because it is just a big arena that has deteriorated due to earthquakes and age but the pictures still don't convey the massiveness of the ...

Ruins, ruins, everywhere

A travel blog entry by helenandchris on Jun 13, 2013

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... tip for hotels with noisy doors.

Hah! Chris has just heard the exciting news that there is a Rome public transport strike tomorrow. We were planing to head out to Ostia Antica (25 ish km away via train). What fun - we can try driving in rush hour Rome during a public transport strike now, for that little bit of an extra challenge.