Residence le Terrazze

Address: 10 Via Villafranca , Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 3 star condo
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Romantic Rome

A travel blog entry by joshnjess on Aug 24, 2014

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... but even worse is that all the money thrown into the Trevi gets donated to local orphanages. They won't get any of it for 18 months! After our walking tour we went to a gelato bar with over 150 flavours of gelato and sorbet. We then headed to the group dinner containing some Roman favorites,  mainly pasta and risotto. The flavours were extremely potent and unfortunately Jess got a meal she didn't order and couldn't eat what she was given. Afterwards we went with some friends to ...

When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by pennydeakin on Apr 25, 2014

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This morning was a late start. We were both so tired from our long day yesterday we thought we would have a sleep in. The boys told us that today is actually a public holiday called Liberation Day. This day is to remember and celebrate the end of WWII in Italy. We weren't sure what would be open but decided to venture out anyway because it was our first day in Rome! We went down to the local shops to buy some breakfast and some snacks for the next 5 ...


A travel blog entry by lhseurope on Mar 24, 2014

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... were able to see the fountain in full view. We could then take a coin and toss it over our right shoulder and make a wish. Hopefully we will have a lot of dreams come true with two wishes made in one day! Our guide Jesus also bought some white truffle olive oil for us to try. It was delicious! We then walked to a plaza, had some free time to look around and then went to dinner. After dinner, we walked to the Piazza Navona, then went back to the bus to return to the ...

Rome goes to the top of the class!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Dec 09, 2013

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... began with a procession through the streets where placards announced the reasons for the death sentences and the names of the fighters. The morning's spectacle must have been pretty barbaric as this is when capital punishment was carried out by throwing the condemned into the arena naked and unarmed whilst the spectators watched them being torn apart by wild animals.......makes your stomach churn!

Then followed the hunters who had ...

Rome wasn't built in one day.......

A travel blog entry by samanthamaguire on Sep 02, 2013

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... formed. More homework to the fore!!!! Kevin has booked tickets online, prior to leaving home that puts us in a line that is moving rapidly and within a few minutes we are inside. It is suggested the tour through the Vatican Museum takes around two hours. Yeah, nah! This is where once again, our total disrespect for this type of 'culture' raises its ugly head! The many artefacts and paintings, maps and tapestries, stunningly beautiful though ...