Residence le Terrazze

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

When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by timothy.phelps


... path, or follow you for a little while as you moved past. Even restaurants would have people posted out front hounding you as you walked by.

Beyond that, there were beggars everywhere. Now, maybe this seems a little cold-hearted, but we didn't believe most of these beggars were real. Occasionally, it was painfully obvious they were--you'd see a man with no legs, or someone sitting on the street, dirty ...

It's hot!!

A travel blog entry by joalbowman


... people. I called them the sharks. The sharks were out trying to get everyone’s money.

We gave up on the idea of the colosseum and decided to go to the Roman Forum instead. We had to pay to get into this and the line was MUCH shorter. When we paid, we found out our ticket also got us into the Colosseum. We were very happy with that and we were glad we listened to our instinct. Afterwards, we had a nice lunch in the local snack bar and we ...

The Wedding Crashers of St. Cecelia's

A travel blog entry by thejoaquins


... white roses adorned the pews, obviously set up for a wedding. As we were exiting the church, dark clouds moved in along with the ominous sound of thunder. Rain and lightning soon followed. We decided to wait out the rain and are glad we did, as a man in an impressive uniform carrying a long sword showed up. He was with two men in dark suits and, we learned, there for his wedding! He was very friendly and in no hurry to step out into ...

All trains lead to Rome

A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee


... iconic cafe which has been keeping Romans wired since 1938. We stood at the counter, Italian style, and tossed back our coffees as the locals do.

Just a hop, skip and jump from there and we arrived at The Pantheon. Boom - there it is! Built in 126AD, it still stands today as perfect as it ever was and still proudly boasting the worlds largest unreinforced concrete dome. It's architectural accomplishment is too astounding for me ...

Rome Wasn't Built in a Day...

A travel blog entry by natiris


... catch an earlier train and head back to Milan to rest and get ready for the week.

It's kind of bittersweet to leave Rome. In some weird way it felt like home. Granted I did "live" there for a month, but I didn't realize how attached I really was to the city and everything it has I offer. I would love to go back and hit all my old stomping grounds and my favorite gelato place that was ...

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