Settembre 95

Address: Via XX Settembre, 95, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
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    Fontana di Trevi and ossuary crypt

    A travel blog entry by lashez on Jun 17, 2015

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    ... stop, lucky for us we were next to the doors that opened. Our first stop was Piazza Della Repubblica where we would start our day. In this square is the fountain of the naiads and shows four large sculptures representing the nymph of the lakes, ocean, river and underground waters, this was one of my favourites but really could use a water blast. From there we set off towards Piazza Barberini, on the way we past through the quattro fountain (the four fountains) this is ...

    Sorrento - Rome

    A travel blog entry by robxmas14 on Jan 05, 2015

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    We woke to a gorgeous sunny morning. It was so nice to wake up to that view.
    Clint and I had the doors to our terrace open and were getting ready for breakfast when we heard some rustling in the bushes out on the terrace. Next thing Andie appeared, climbing through the bushes in a crop top and undies from their room next door! We cracked up.
    Another big breakfast and we confirm our ...

    Adjustments: A Review of Week 1

    A travel blog entry by tahwhoo on Sep 08, 2014

    ... I still stick to my original analogy of comparing this experience thus far to my first year of college, living in a new city, on my own in a whole new way with new responsibilities, and left to figure out new friends and a new academic system and situation. This will definitely be another learning experience that while in the moment may seem disappointing but upon reflection can be seen as a great experience and one that will have developed me as a better, stronger ...

    Rome wasn't visited in a day..

    A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 16, 2014

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    ... Then the drive began with a search for a fuel station as our Everest-like climb the night before had used up a bit more fuel than we thought. This was easier said than done as every fuel station that we pulled in to was closed - public holidays!?! Eventually we found one and put enough diesel in to get to Rome, and then it was easy highway driving (130km/hr) all the way to Roma. We stopped once for the usual Richard stop and had a coffee at ...

    Ah, Italy

    A travel blog entry by lawslo on Apr 21, 2014

    ... four years ago because it is almost in the center of the historical center of Rome. We walked all over the city, starting steps away from the Pantheon to take in familiar tourist spots (the Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Roman Forum, etc.) and ranging more widely to explore the terrific views from a ridge-top park overlooking the city.

    But while our mini-Roman holiday ended all too soon, we had much more adventure to come. We left Rome on the ...