Cristina's Residence

Address: Via Della Sforzesca, 3, Rome, Lazio, Italy | Hotel
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          Ancient Rome

          A travel blog entry by millfamsabbat15 on Jul 07, 2015

          2 comments, 26 photos

          ... As far as first impressions go, the Colosseum makes a great one. We found the line queue for the vouchers and waited about 20 minutes to get through security (probably the longest we've had to wait in line for anything).

          After we actually got in the building and got tickets, Pearson went to the bathroom, Mom and Sophie waited in line for the bathroom and Dad and I got audio guides so we could listen to the history of the building ...

          Day 23 Last Day in Roma

          A travel blog entry by yaffa on Aug 17, 2014

          ... we were told was expensive but looking at the menus and prices, it was same food as all the other restaurants, except no seafood, or pork, but basically same prices. We entered the shul entrance to the museum, and booked in for the 10.30 tour. Meanwhile we used our individual radio guides to hear about the exhibits and history of this shul. This shul was built in 1904, on the site of the old shul. Romes Jewish population dates back to to 13/14BC and they all lived in ...

          All roads lead to...

          A travel blog entry by amandane on Aug 16, 2014

          26 photos

          ... because otherwise we'd lose the nights accommodation that was already paid for. On the plus side, we arrived in Naples in around one hour instead of in three! It was the best train too, big comfy seats, clean areas, and even a cafeteria, I actually wouldn't have minded being on it for a bit longer!

          Rome is like an outdoor museum with history waiting to be admired from every turning corner. Most people dream it, but we were lucky enough to do it. We are happy and we are ...


          A travel blog entry by jasonswallow on May 25, 2014

          2 photos

          ... was cool but they didn't do a very good job at it. A lot of old ruins of buildings but hard to tell what they used to be. We then did the coliseum with a tour guide which was a lot better. We found a restaurant in an alley (which seems to be where all the action is) and had some pasta, was really good and cheap. That night we found a outdoor patio to have a few drinks at. The next day (Thursday) we did a Vatican tour of the museum, Sistine chapel and St. ...

          Rome - Day 6

          A travel blog entry by scottandmel on Jan 21, 2014

          ... the rain stopped and a massive double rainbow appeared above the Colosseum! It was really cool and we got some great photos! We went home to rest for a bit and then walked to That's Amore for dinner. We were greeted like we were family and we had a lovely meal there. The gave us free drinks and gave us a great send off from Rome. We walked to the Colosseum to get some photos of it by night and then went home to pack. We are so sad to be leaving beautiful ...