Burro

Via De' Burro', Rome, Lazio, 186, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Roma, Italia

A travel blog entry by laurenandjd

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... at a pizzeria for dinner, then up to our hotel. The last day in Rome was a relaxing one, as the site-seeing had taken a toll on our energy. While we planned to see the Pantheon and a few other attractions in the area, we ended up laying in bed for the majority of the day, eating McDonalds and watching movies. Our lone excursion during the day was a trip to the Termini Station to purchase our passes for the train to Venice, which left early the next ...

Roma and Firenze

A travel blog entry by k_tworldtravels

51

... a full tour of the winery where they also make olive oil and balsamic vinegar, we enjoyed an amazing five course lunch accompanied by a variety of wines overlooking our breathtaking surroundings. An amazing birthday celebration!

Our last day in the area was spent visiting the nearby city of Pisa, known almost solely for it's leaning tower. Despite rumours, the tower was actually built on a slant due to inadequate ground support, it's not ...

Ready, jet, go!

A travel blog entry by staciehall

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Little jet setters all set to go on the first leg of our flight to Rome. Benny was very excited about the plane "blasting off" - luckily it wasn't that eventful. And seems that even when you go halfway around the world, it's still hard ...

Day 7

A travel blog entry by kezza12

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Early start this morning as we had to find our own way back to Rome, and that meant an early bus to Rome, to Fuimicino airport, then we had to get ourselves to our accommodation. After a few photos on our patio, that literally jutted out from the cliffs and looked out over the Mediterranean, off we went.

We headed towards Salerno, a part of the coast we hadn't seen before so it was nice to get that in. We made our way back to Rome, we had been told it was a 2 hour fast ...

Rome wasn't built in a day

A travel blog entry by cruisingplus

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... time for a coffee and then line up to board our flight.

We arrive into Rome around 1115 and we are soon collecting our bags (wow what a difference 12 days make - that time we had been delayed leaving and it was pouring on our arrival - today it is blue skies all the way, another lovely day) and heading off to see about getting to our accommodation. We decided on a taxi from Airport Shuttle Service which was a fixed price 50 euros ...

 

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