Pensione Kenzo

Via Cernaia n.47 int.1 Scala.A, Rome, Lazio, I - 00186, Italy | Hostel
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Benvenuto a Roma

A travel blog entry by jcdanovich


Hello Everyone,

There are no words to describe to some of the things I experienced today. Today, we woke up at 4:30 for breakfast. We had such an early start so we could get into Rome, go to mass in St. Peter's Basilica, and witness the sacredness of the basilica without the tourist crowd.

The first time I looked at St. Peter's, something changed inside me. I have dreamt of visiting the basilica for so many years, and in one moment my life was changed and ...

Day VII - Veni, vidi, vici

A travel blog entry by roxyhart


... could seem to form was 'oh my God' or a much less eloquent 'holy ****!' it was that beautiful. In my defense, one of the boys on our tour was discussing a whole plan of what it would be like to host a rave in there, and surely that's gotta be more sacrilegious.

Then it was time to make our way to the Colosseum for the next tour, with a long detour due to Italians all giving us opposing directions and public transport advice, as well as ...

Bon Jour Paris!

A travel blog entry by riesa


... to see what was holding up the scrambled eggs!! Haha!. Came back to the room to get our luggage and caught a glimpse in the mirror, I had been prancing around with my zipper undone, Gawd! Luckily I'll never see any of these people again! Made it to Paris around 3:15 so dropped off our luggage and headed out to see the Eiffel Tower. Took about 50 minutes by taxi to get there from our hotel. BEAUTIFUL! Stopped and ...

Roman Gladiator School

A travel blog entry by joyf


... boys. We stared the session in the museum with him giving detail explanation as well as demonstrating the Roman history. It made it all the more realistic being able to not only see but also touch & wear some of the Roman props. He made it a lot more interesting by involving each us in his demos and with his witty sense of humour liven the whole hour.

He kept warning us that although he ...

Smile like you mean it!

A travel blog entry by pegsaroni

... for the fact that this trip has gone ahead, how successful it has been and that I still have more to do, but bitter that my trip finally has an end date, that I have to actually go back to a life back home. Its not a bad thing going home, just what follows. Oh well... For life is quite absurd, And death's the final word. You must always face the curtain with a bow! Forget about your sin -- give the audience a grin, Enjoy it -- it's the last ...


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