Residence le Terrazze

10 Via Villafranca , Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 3 star condo
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Roma Day One

A travel blog entry by saskilton


... wait. Practical Pete took out his mobile and gave the guy a call...Jean Luca said he would there n 5 minutes. Maybe we were early? Turns out it's more of a cross between a hotel and hostel - private bedroom, but shared bathroom and kitchen (brekky provided tho!) and Jean Luca isn't around all the time. After an introduction to a map of rome and an overview of what to see and how much things cost we decided to head out for some takeaway pizza ...

What happens in Rome should really stay in Rome!

A travel blog entry by quachie


... taxi which I am able to secure within seconds. We meet the others at the Spanish steps before walking to the Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon. Tonight the police are out in full force as earlier in the day a man lit himself on fire as a way of protesting. I am told he made it out alive but the smell of the burning flesh was not a pleasant one. The streets are definitely a lot busier tonight than it was last night. Luke, Vanessa and I manage to squeeze in some gelato before dinner and ...

Cavorting on Cobblestones

A travel blog entry by lmcfarland


... But the interior has some impressive elements, and the view from the top is well worth the price of admission.

Hiking back toward our hotel, we lingered for about an hour in Piazza Navona watching acrobatic performers, art peddlers, and assorted people enjoying the cooling evening.

On Saturday, we boarded the train for Naples, which offers a quite different view of modern Italy. Tune in for more on that later.

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Forum and Pantheon

A travel blog entry by sblady


We did walk over to the Forum and Palatine Hill last night in the rain. It certainly helps to cool things off. Looking down on the ruins of the Forum from Capitoline Hill was a memorable experience. This morning we took the tram to the Pantheon. We were kind of wishing we had gone in the rain as the top is open to the sky and has a drain in the floor just below ...

Romae Dies Natalis (The Birthday of Rome)

A travel blog entry by tknoepke


... into it. I got a real taste of the games that took place on this city and the many others around the city in the day of the Roman Empire. Ancient Rome still lives on, even if it looks a little different these days. The Romans are still very proud of their heritage and I really enjoyed this experience. Enjoy the pictures and Happy Birthday ...

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