Residence Tiburtina

Via Milazzo 29, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by windystevej


... still diffy passport photos for Phoebe by the end of the day. We drove into a Sosta in Rome that night which was quite an experience. The Italian drivers lived up to their stereotype, although that said, there was less horn blowing and getting angry than we expected. They don't bother indicating, staying in lane, keeping to the speed limit, stopping at red lights etc but they seem to expect everyone else to do the same so stay pretty chilled out about ...

Day 17 - Rome

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013


... a river monster; the Nymph of the Oceans riding a horse that represents waves; the Nymph of the Underground Waters riding a dragon. The centrepiece depicting the Greek sea god, Glaucus, fighting with a large fish was placed in 1911. It represents man’s domination over Nature. Of particular note is the church Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martin. Inside this small Basilica you will find a Meridian Line, commissioned by Pope Clement XI in 1702, built by Francesco Bianchini. Its ...

Going to Uzes and Pont du Gard

A travel blog entry by chrissimonic


... a half hours, we soaked up the atmosphere and you would have been proud of me I only bought bread, but I had a lovely time looking at every thing. The village of Uzes is bigger than I thought, but there is so much to take in from the beautiful cobbled streets to the sandstone buildings and houses the sights, colours and sounds,because it was market day there were jazz bands and solo singers and just a great feel about the ...

Roman holiday

A travel blog entry by gretchenart


... though I think that was supposed to be the end of the "3 hour" tour that by then was 9 hours and counting.

Returned to the apartment in tor pignattata where I am told no tourists would ever stay by my fellow passengers, who nevertheless kindly pointed out my ponte casilino, then tor pignattata stops. There Michele greeted me when I rang the bell not knowing which of my 6 keys went where. It seems so far that Italians are not big on instructions. My keys just appeared on my ...

Catacombs and the Vatican

A travel blog entry by nissa.villegas


... some toast with butter and jam. Also, the locals have it standing at the bar and it's all over in 10 minutes and cafe latte and cappuccinos (milky coffees) are only enjoyed in the morning.

We decided that we would head for the Via Appia Antica. This is a road that follows the old city walls on the outside and it is the place to go to visit the catacombs. The catacombs are basically underground cemeteries and can be found in several ...


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