San Lorenzo Dream Relais

Via Tiburtina Antica 10-12 , Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
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Day 17 - Rome

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013

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... Other training schools were in the same area, including the Ludus Matutinus where fighters of animals were trained, plus the Dacian and Gallic Schools. Also nearby were the Armamentarium, comprising an armory to store weapons; the Summum Choragium, where machinery was stored; the Sanitarium, which had facilities to treat wounded gladiators; and the Spoliarium, where bodies of dead gladiators were stripped of their armor and disposed of. Around the perimeter of the Colosseum, at ...

A 29th Birthday Celebration in Rome...

A travel blog entry by sampat102012

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... Though it was unfortunate to not be able to go inside the Basilica we found it just as incredible that this was due to a service that the Pope was doing for those in Syria. More than 100,000 people (Christians as well as members of other religions) gathered in St. Peter's square for the service. The pope spoke a few words but spent most of the five hour service in silent prayer. Finally, we went into the Sistine Chapel. Men and women could ...

Religion and Ruins in Rome

A travel blog entry by jono.anita87

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... cupola struggling in the intense heat of the middle of the day. After a few photos of the view squeezed between many sweaty people we descended to the top of the Basilica to write and post a postcard from the top. At the base of the stairs we entered the most impressive church we have seen on any of our travels to date. St Peters Basilica has to be seen to be believed. It is massive!. Covered in art and statues, the sheer scale of this place was amazing. However, no photos we ...

When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by bcope100

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... attractive Priest--according to Teena!) of the Sistine Chapel, the Vatican & St. Peter's Basilica. Rich & I had toured this previously, so we'd opted to skip that. We had booked a private Scavi Tour, which is limited to 15 per group & is an underground tour of the Basilica. We got to see lots of behind-the-scenes stuff; learned a lot of the history of how the Basilica came to be built & even got to see the actual jawbone of St. Peter!! ...

No matter how far or how wide I Rome...

A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee

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... for a different perspective. Once we'd absorbed all we could of its crumbling grandeur, we made our way to the exit and back towards the Palatine Hill (which was now closed).

We kept on around the corner to the CIrcus Maxiumus which I'm afraid to say is nowhere near as fun as it sounds! Not even when I tell you that it is an ancient chariot racing track like in Ben Hur - nope, today all that remains is a somewhat unkempt and unremarkable ...

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This hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Romaround Tours, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, Palazzo del Freddo, and Lupa Romana.
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