Residence le Terrazze

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

Rome!

A travel blog entry by maccanat29 on Aug 02, 2014

1 comment, 63 photos

... were now thousands of people queuing and waiting within the square. Walking into St Peter's church was a mixture of awe and confusion. Why does a church need to have and display so many riches? What about the poor followers? What is the wealth for? Who does it help? There is no doubt that the church is glorious. It has magnificent artworks, sculptures and architecture but for me the questions remain.

Not content with all that we had seen, we walked to ...

Running in Rome

A travel blog entry by calmckee on Apr 01, 2014

2 photos

... Made our way back to the hostel grabbed some dinner (not pizza or pasta) and did some more planning for the following days. The hostel does a night out on Thursday to a club so we joined the festivities in the bar beforehand. We played flip cup with tons of people. Then we headed to another half-sleepless night. Our polish friend was leaving around 4am which meant a solid 5 hours of sleep for us! Next stop Florence/Firenze (Jersey Shore stayed ...

Ruins, Palaces, Potholes and Porchetta

A travel blog entry by sntj on Dec 01, 2013

66 photos

... after the re-unification of Italy, with Ostia being no longer part of the Papal States. In his time, Mussolini had a grand plan for the area and wanted to present Ostia as centrepiece for a world fair, and ordered a renewed effort to unearth the city but WWII got in the way. Notwithstanding the looting in earlier centuries, a considerable amount of the city is yet to be unearthed so maybe, like Ercolano, there will be more discoveries of antiquities inside ...

Our last day of holiday, sightseeing & Rome

A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Oct 24, 2013

12 photos

... had included. Visiting groups can have communion in some of the crypt rooms, which school groups were doing today. Another English group sang beautifully as they were in the crypts - such hymns as 'The Lord's Prayer' and 'When I Survey'. It was incredibly moving. The American couple in our group and us sang along a bit too. When he asked if we were from Sydney, he said they sing 'Hillsong' songs. The catacombs were very interesting to see.
We waited then for the bus to go back ...

Rome

A travel blog entry by trishfr on Sep 09, 2013

14 photos

... over the arena..... And we think we are advanced in our sports arena. .. All this without any computers. Nearby there are numerous ruins in fact you can't drive far in Rome without seeing ruins and parts of the original wall that surrounded Rome Rome has a population of 4 million. It was originally built on 7 hills but now encompasses 14 hills. They have these roman pines with a "round" head of foliage. Later that evening we went for a walk around the area which ...