Residence le Terrazze

10 Via Villafranca , Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 3 star condo
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A Full Day in Rome

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee


... through the museum, maneuvering around all of the other tour groups! We all have little radios and earphones so that we can hear our guide speaking. You still have to keep track of them—it’s strange when you suddenly realize that although you can hear her you have lost track of where she is…!

The museum is beautiful—I love the artwork on the ceilings. Some of it looks like it’s carved/sculpted but it’s flat, painted to ...

Rome wasn't built in a day

A travel blog entry by dormisdijana


... also decided to get a head start on the day. Walking down the street you are also surrounded by ruins from ancient Rome. I hadn't booked a tour or anything for the Colosseum as i figured I wouldn't need it but in the end I decided to get a tour which included the Roman Forum as well and skip the line which was the main reason for getting the tour. Ques really just aren't my friend.

Once in the Colosseum the reality of where ...

The last supper

A travel blog entry by cdicosmo


... we went and had a 40 minute history lesson and a 40 minute physical lesson! It was only my 2 boys there learning how to properly maneuver. I was a bit concerned about them basically learning how to fight but it was not that reminded me of karate or any other organized sport. They boys worked up a sweat and had a really good time! We went out for our very last dinner in Italy in the ...

Roamin' Rome

A travel blog entry by andrearini


... We were up and at ‘em early, grabbing breakfast and finding our tour guide. The tour included the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, and St. Peter’s Basilica. Our tour guide was a nice Italian woman who gave us all headphones hooked up to her microphone so we could hear her at all times. The Vatican was easily the most crowded place we visited the whole weekend. The line to get in was easily over 3 hours. Luckily, one of the perks of our tour was skipping the ...

After Baccono

A travel blog entry by robertiz

... which started at the beginning of the Via Corso, and extended clear down the forum to the other side of the Colosseum. If I had been paying attention when we began I would have realized that we began at the piazza di Venizia. That was the piazza we set out for. The walk went on during what was the hottest part of the day, poor Lauri, she was wearing flip flops but assured me that her feet were fine. When I started the tell tale looking around for similar map points as the map I ...

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