Residenza Termini

Via Gaeta 16 , Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Rome day 1

A travel blog entry by juliadillane


Seven hours of sleep and we were ready to go. We are staying at Hotel Royal Santini which is in the same street as the central train station. We had a very nice breakfast of zucchini flowers, gorgeous spreadable cheese, prosciutto egg and homemade bread. Yum! Cappuccino of course! The kids had coco pops and nuttella on rolls, but they had been real troopers yesterday and did have a small amount of eggs in the middle of the chocolate ...

Inter-Railing: Rome

A travel blog entry by babytraveller


... the city, to some of the more modern places and the places that the guide books we had said we should go to. We went to the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, Piazza Navona and went around the Coliseum again as it was our last day in Rome.

I did not enjoy my last night. There were fireworks set off right outside our room and nearly came through the window. I didn't sleep a wink and nearly died from a heart attack.

Overall, I enjoyed Rome, and ...

Day 24 - Rome is incredible!!!

A travel blog entry by teleah1988


... to have her show us around because these streets are confusing and the maps we got given dont list all the streets so we would have got lost for sure! At the Spanish steps we took photos but we only walked up a few. The Trevi Fountain was amazing and beautiful. I threw two coins in, one for the return to Rome and the other was to make a wish, I'm not going to tell you that wish but as it won't come true haha. We took numerous photos including some selfies, even Rhett and ...

When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by heidi.buttercup


... back to our time in Africa learning about the frighteningly few number of wild lions today. Just the idea of such a gruesome and malicious sport centering around such violence and death is hard to fathom, and yet you can't help but be in awe of the size, beauty and intricacies of this historical monument. I was always curious as to what brought the end to this hugely popular sport and learned there was a monk that ran out into the centre of the colosseum to make a plea to ...

Are you not entertained?!?

A travel blog entry by holly.buckman


... Seeing the Colosseum for the first time was definitely an awe-inspiring moment. It's just so huge, you can never really imagine how big it really is until you're standing right next to it. To think that the Colosseum was built by hand, without modern day technology literally blows my mind. Unfortunately, the Colosseum and the Forum were both closed because of a political demonstration (which was sort of unimpressive since they did not really do much: they ...


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