Tokyo Hotel

Via Marsala 64, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Que Syrah

A travel blog entry by kblas1125

... hours to go shop and eat. It was nice to have some time to relax and not have the kids right there at my every move. Don't get me wrong, this trip wouldn't be the same without them and it is so amazing to see them have this experience, but it is difficult to be on all the time! (Rant over). Anyways, Jake and I had lunch and just took a break. We met back up with the kids and made our way to Piazza Navova where we saw lots of street performers, ...

Last day in Rome

A travel blog entry by pbkulig


First we went to St Peters but it was closed for a special service. Then we saw a parade that went into the Vatican and up to St Peters. Then we walked up the Spanish Steps before spending the afternoon at ....... You guessed it the Zoo! Dinner in a Pizzeria and dessert and coffee in ...

Little moments

A travel blog entry by kayschaffer


... rest, sleep in, enjoy a simple but superb breakfast of cheese, prosciutto, panini and pear juice at home, followed by an espresso and contorni at our local cafe. Since we are not rushed, we have time to talk to the owners who greet us with beaming smiles, know our orders, and are happy to chat, excusing our poor Italian and teaching us new Italian words ( or correcting our pronunciation of those we THINK we know). They point out that ...

July 16, 2013

A travel blog entry by jjpinard


... and we were off winding through the neighborhood and across the Tiber River until we got to an area known as Trastevere , a Bohemian area with less tourist....the church there was built in the 4th Century and was the first church dedicated to the Virgin Mary....( its my personal opinion that this church was built by the ancestors of Mr T, you wouldn't believe the gold on that ceiling) Caught a cab back to the Colosseum The huge ...

Raindrops, So Many Raindrops

A travel blog entry by cncadventures


... excuse me we have those seats reserved. Two English speaking people get up from different seats saying they are in the wrong place. Our seats are by the window and I say excuse me, those are our seats. One fairly big Italian girl, tries to tell me to take the other seats but I again say the window seats are our seats. One person moves and Carol sits down while this girl is still staring at me. One more time, that is my seat, point to my ticket, and she moves, cursing me a ...

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