Settembre 95

Via Venti Settembre 95, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
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When in Rome!

A travel blog entry by emseurope


... a game!
Inside the Colosseum was again mind blowing. The history that happened in here was incredible, with the poorer class sitting at the highest level (women on the very top) king and higher borns who would dress down to get up to the women, to the fights that happened in here. Our tour guide explained that if a slave wanted his freedom he had to win 5 fights, but in a lot of cases their lords would let them go due to the bravery that they even wanted to attempt ...

Rome Italy sunny day 23+ degrees

A travel blog entry by leighthebomb


... vertia mouth of truth. Had to think of the movie Roman Holiday. Lunch at a very expensive restaurant as we received the bill! Then onto the circus maximus which is huge and we thought of Ben Hur and onto the Colosseum. Unbelievable so huge , high and impressive, you do have to think about the movie Gladiator apparently 60,000 slaves lost their lives here! Unfortunately we couldn't go underground as you have to book 3 weeks ahead! Here Evi and Manne and the boys left us ...

Day 02 – Rome at Last!

A travel blog entry by meckley


... it and we were ready to get into Rome!

Once we got to Termini station, we had to find out how to get to our hotel. I expected to use Google maps, but my phone would not connect to any cell providers. I had to find someone for directions. We had two Romani women started to give us information, but we quickly avoided them. A guy came up with a Tourist Information badge and asked us if we needed help. I was going to ignore him, but ...

Roma - Scala Sancta; St. John Lateran; Coliseum

A travel blog entry by roganna


... moons ago. St. John Lateran Basilica (San Giovani in Laterno) - the cathedral of the Bishop of Rome (the Pope) It ranks above all other churches in the Catholic Church, including St. Peter's Basilica. Coliseum- pretty darn awesome! A sporting arena, so this was Roger's venue. All that was missing was a picture of him eating a big hotdog. ;) leaving Rome tomorrow to head for the Amalfi Coast. ...

Roman Holiday - Last Day

A travel blog entry by lisa0904


... sure if we will do the tour after Sept 17, call back again next week." So I kept calling back. Finally one, week they said, "Yes, we will do the tour." By then, I felt such a rush of victory in securing these tickets, the anticipation of the tour was high.

The tour was of the Colosseum was fascinating - the engineering that has stood for 2,000 years is impressive. To understand the history and how the 'entertainment' in a typical day at the ...

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