Soggiorno Emanuela

Via Calatafimi 21, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
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Day 18 - Rome

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013

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... was given over to Christian use by the Emperor Alexander Severus when he settled a dispute between the Christians and tavern-keepers, saying, according to the Liber Pontificalis "I prefer that it should belong to those who honor God, whatever be their form of worship." In 340 Pope Julius I (337-352) rebuilt the titulus Callixti on a larger scale, and it became the titulus Iulii commemorating his patronage, one of the original twenty-five parishes in Rome; indeed it may ...

The bus tour begins

A travel blog entry by hotstone

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... lunch, we decided to visit the Castle of St Angelo which is just down the road from our hotel. We rented a couple of headsets and wandered through the castle listening to the history and commentary as we went. We got back to the hotel just in time for a quick shower before our welcome reception meeting and dinner with the rest of the tour group.

In our group of 39, there are about 50% Americans, 40% Aussies and 10% Kiwis. Apart from two 30 something's ...

Walking the Streets

A travel blog entry by diandpete

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... us. Jumped in for a short trip back into central Rome where we found a pizza place where we just sat, enjoyed a great pizza, some dessert and coffee and the ambiance of Rome. Finally had to get moving again and wandered around the area for another hour or so before getting to the bus stop to get home, finally getting in about midnight.

A thoroughly enjoyable, exhausting day. More of the same tomorrow.



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When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by harrisny

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... love a good sanga? The archaeological tour today was extraordinary! The archaeologist collected me, on foot, at my hotel. The plan was to walk to Roma Termini (train station) and take the Metro to the Colloseum. Bellisisma is a born and raised Roman yet she got confused at the train station. Due to construction works, we couldn't find a way in where we could also buy a ticket. This made me feel so much better about my arrival in Rome. When I ...

Christmas Eve Day in Rome

A travel blog entry by rlcodling

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... with some Peroni. We knew going to HRC in Rome might seem odd to some, but there are no HRC’s near where we live…if we are ever in a city with one, we go! Other people must have the same opinion, because they are always full when we go, the European locations especially. We bought a few souvenirs, and back on the metro to the apartment for an afternoon nap. We wanted to be in the square no later than 7pm…




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