Hotel Corallo

44 via Palestro, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 2 star hostel
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A little bit of shopping

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee

18

... in these very small streets of Trastevere). There are 3-4 bins out my door and down the street a little ways where some people drop their garbage and recyclables. Other people just seem to leave the bags (not big garbage bags but the plastic bags from the supermercato) outside their doors or next to parked cars or even next to those bins when they’re not yet full. I don’t know how the sanitation workers even locate all ...

Health Care For All

A travel blog entry by mugharrington

7

... at Wells Fargo. I had also called them well in advance to let them know we would be traveling. (Thanks for calling. No problem to use your debit card in Europe.) Our apt. is between Spagna (the Spanish Steps) and Piazza del Popolo on Via del Babuino but closer to Popolo. The street was so crowded with pedestrians, cars could hardly pass. Our contact was waiting for us at the apt. We explained our ...

Museum

A travel blog entry by danddmeed

23

... not eat the patty (it turned out to be one of those fake meat pattys, that Dilyara never buys, so she had no idea how they are supposed to taste, since they did a pretty good job on the texture, she was absolutely sure it was meat). I ate what I could and we left the restaurant.

By this time, we were both ready to take a long nap, since we had eaten so much. We made the final walk toward the park where the Museum Borghese sits and found a bench to relax on. Wherever we ...

Going Back in Time in Ostia Antica

A travel blog entry by greenhalgh

11

... two rooms would start to look alike and you might get lost in a huge maze of brick walls. There were beautiful black-and-white mosaics lining the sides jutting out from the amphitheater. They depicted different pictures and sometimes, Latin titles. In its glory days, these mosaics were like signs telling the illiterate people what a specific booth sold. For example, you ...

Last Day in Italy

A travel blog entry by cncadventures

35

... Party. We find the poets graves although we cannot claim to be poetic readers. Keats died in his twenties, mostly unknown and wanted to have an unnamed stone, so it just says here lies a young English poet whose name was writ in water. We also find another grave that is dedicated by a Captain to his ships crew who perished. It is a very interesting cemetery with many of the stones telling a short story about the deceased. Leaving the cemetery, we walk into a ...

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