Volturno House Rome

Address: Via Volturno 31, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
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Italian millionaire

A travel blog entry by emily_160 on Jul 31, 2014

... it wasn't too far away from the pantheon. At the Magnum store you can create your own Magnum ice cream with toppings of all sorts. We decided to get one each and put different things on them. I can't even remember what it was I put on but it was good. I don't know why but I didn't really like it that much as it was a bit too rich and I think I was getting used to the gelati. That was all we did today and it was a great last day of our ...

Romein' Around

A travel blog entry by lindalochrie on Apr 05, 2014

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... better. We learned about the town bakery and that their bread was coveted here. It could have been that there were large salt banks surrounded Ostia and the salt added flavor to the bread. We also saw the store that I wrote about in a previous blog. Rebecca, our guide, told us that above the store was a brothel. What else could a man need besides a snack and prostitution?

After some espresso and a pizza, ...

Rome ancient ruins - everywhere

A travel blog entry by midlifecruisers on Sep 04, 2013

2 comments, 26 photos

... straight in....there are some amazing pieces of art and sculptures and tapestries and we spent about 3 hours here. No photos allowed here unfortunately,, but seeing Michaelango's artwork on the ceiling is amazing and the size of St Peter's still surprises me...had forgotten just how massive it was.... Apparently there are approx 20000 visitors a day visit the Vatican. After a busy day, and is was also quite hot ( around 35 degrees ) we ...

Day 21 & 22: Assisi, Siena & Florence

A travel blog entry by daniandmo on Jun 22, 2013

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Saturday: Well, we started our tour today. I don't know what we expected, but I was a bit surprised when We walked on and it seemed that we were on a large coach, about 80% full of American retirees! Let's just say that we will be looking out for any younger travellers, but we will enjoy ourselves either way! So far no Aussies that we're aware of! We are on the coach to Assisi, then later today on to Florence. Assisi: well, it turns out that ...

Third day in Rome

A travel blog entry by williamsfamnz on May 18, 2013

Got up early and went for a run down to the Colosseum and back. CAVU 30 mins. Had breakfast then we went back to the train station to hop on the bus to go to the Colloseum. On way were told that there was to be a demonstration (? About pensions). Took the bus to the Colloseum and bought tickets for a guided tour. Expensive but worth it. Initial guide ...