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Travel Blogs from Rome

Day out in Rome

A travel blog entry by kata.geoff


... pieces of art, that leave you astonished that a 20 year old could sculpt something so beautiful out of marble. The place will leave you awe. Next was Santa Maria dell Vittoria a small little church that an art piece in its own. Every inch of the walls we covered in intricate designs, paintings and sculptures. While in the Church, the light rain we calmly walk through to get to the church has become a full down poor accompanied ...

The best saved for last - the Eternal City

A travel blog entry by sntj


... return Carla to Mr Peugeot. This went smoothly and the inspection when we handed back the car was very cursory – does it still have four wheels? Have you got both keys and the manual? Have you got all of your things out of the car? Do you want a lift back to the airport? All very civilised and took all of five minutes to complete the administration. Much quicker than the pick up process four months earlier.

Back at the airport, we ...

Ruins, Palaces, Potholes and Porchetta

A travel blog entry by sntj


... converted into a prison. Currently, however, the complex is empty with no precise intended future use. So if you are looking for a medium sized castle with good access to shopping and local tourist attractions for your new home, Tivoli may be worth a look.

Castel Gandolfo and Other Hill Top Towns

We also took a day trip around Lago Albano, a nearby [about 40 kms away] dormant volcanic crater lake in the hills about 20 kms south of Rome. ...

A Drive to the village of La - Roque - Gageac

A travel blog entry by chrissimonic


... river and to get a bit of history from the area. The boats have a flat bottom and they where built that way because of the rapids, many years ago the river had no dams or ways of controlling the water level, and the river was quiet dangerous, so that's why they are built that way. You might recognise the look of the boats, they were used in the movie Chocolate, who could forget Johnny Depp. Some of the descendent of family's that sailed these boats, centuries ago ...

To the Maximus

A travel blog entry by jimbobuk


... amp; then 179 but no 177. I headed over to the train station though and luckily found the car rental place and then was told that I'd be driven to pick up the car ( would have helped if this was on the hire instructions- but that doesn't seem to be the way over here). Anyway hopefully we will have our car later on this morning though I did forget to bring the atlas over and the GPS doesn't seem to ...


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