Pensione Kenzo

Via Cernaia n.47 int.1 Scala.A, Rome, Lazio, I - 00186, Italy | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Getting There. Check.

A travel blog entry by jordanklag on Jun 29, 2014

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I have learned so much these past two days just traveling: how to seamlessly get through security without being "randomly selected", connect to wifi just about everywhere, read signs in different languages, and learn to be patient. I know this is only the beginning of everything I will be learning these next three weeks, but I am excited to see what else is in store for ...

When In Rome

A travel blog entry by haleycheetham on Feb 24, 2014

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... in an attempt to find our hotel after our night in Campio de
Fiori, a bar-lined square in the middle of the city where we celebrated my
friend Becky’s 21st birthday.

Friday was Coliseum day, and… how many synonyms are
appropriate to use in one post for amazing? The craziest part about this
once-abandoned structure is imagining all of the gladiator fights and deaths
that took place in the grand ...

Tomorrow we flight to France from England

A travel blog entry by chrissimonic on Sep 26, 2013

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... and me driving, it seemed a bit strange at first driving on the right hand side of the road, but it's OK and we also have a car that is keyless ignition, and of course the lights, indicators and the wipers are all on the wrong side of the car, so hopefully Glenda will be patent with me when everything is going at the same time. I'm sure I'll be an expert by the time we leave here, ( well let's hope so, you never know your luck. ) ...

Bella Roma -

A travel blog entry by kaizen on Jan 02, 2013

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... supposed to be the chosen place for the assassination attempt on Lorenzo the Magnificent's life by his rivals, the Pazzi. Instead they postponed it until he was back in Florence, where Lorenzo escaped but sadly his much loved loved brother Guiliano- was stabbed to death.
From here it was a short walk to the top of the Spanish Steps and then spilling down into the busy streets of Rome.
The next day I successfully made the trip to the catacombs and getting off the bus on ...

Viva Italia!!!

A travel blog entry by kklacey on Jul 01, 2012

... and were required to check all of our stuff at a bag drop. Our Roma Pass made it free for our tickets and we decided to pay for a guided English tour. I feel like I appreciate things so much more when I have someone helping me along with the history. As we were waiting for our tour to start, this older American couple from California struck up a conversation since they were sitting right there. While we were chatting with them, a second couple also from ...

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