Ripetta 25

Via di Ripetta 25, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy | Condo
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On the high seas

A travel blog entry by ceseal


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Before the dinner, the Captain conducted a “chat” during which he answered questions from the passengers as well as discussed FAQ’s. His responses were generally straightforward, often humorous, but somewhat vague in responding to Louis’s question about the “tug incident” at Split. He did say that he didn’t like dealing with and/or using tugs.

We had made reservations to eat at Candles outdoors on the stern of the ...

When in Rome

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson


... to find an information desk, I saw two girls up ahead dancing. I thought: 'How cute, look at those happy girls dancing, I want to dance too.’ And then I realised they were dancing towards us. It was Mira and Katharina! We have run into these guys in so many places! I think we are meant to be together! We hugged them, told them our apartment address, and said we’d see them that evening.

We caught the Metro to Spagna (which makes me think ...

Rome our last full day.

A travel blog entry by skyblue738


Today we start off by going to the train station to get our tickets for our trip to Florence tomorrow.

We then go to the monument of Victor Emmanuel II which houses the tomb of the unknown solders . It was breath taking.
Pictures truly do not do it justice. The monument is so large it was hard getting all of it in one photo. After touring the inside, we went up to the terrace. ...

Day and Night in Rome

A travel blog entry by thisgreatworld


... series of geometric patterns, is still the ancient Roman original. The history of Pantheon was forever changed during the reign of Pope Urban VIII, who melted down every scrap of bronze located upon the ceiling, outraging a great deal of Roman citizens. In front of the Pantheon is the beautiful “Fountain of the Pantheon”. It was designed by famous architecture Giacomo Della Porta in 1575 and sculpted out of marble by Leonardo Sormani. In 1711, Pope Clement XI ...

When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by heidi.buttercup


... watched 'Gladiator' a little closer to our leaving date to have it fresh in my mind. Although there are plenty of historical inaccuracies, it still brings to life some of the people and culture that you try to imagine while you're there. They estimate some 6,000 exotic animals were killed just in the first 100 days of games to commemorate the opening of the colosseum. Many thousands more animals I'm sure were killed for entertainment (and a few gladiators) and I can't help ...

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