Rome Student House

Via Merulana, 117, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hostel
 

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When in Rome

A travel blog entry by jmuir82

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... day. Nick wasn't fast enough with the photo so my memory of this is me looking confused in a photo after Nick said he missed the shot. After a few fake tossing coin photo attempts a nice American girl offered to take a photo of both of us in the photo. I think this was her way of saying give up on the coin tossing photo and get out of here already! We walked to Piazza Nevona for dinner. This is the largest piazza we've seen yet. It's a long oval - similar to Circus Maximus but not ...

Florence to Rome

A travel blog entry by sasha.jentley

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... to the train station. Mom and I got on the train soon after arriving and were off to Rome! Our last stop on this Italian tour.

The train ride was good, though mom and I had to sit apart from each other. I used the time in the tunnels to write postcards. The train ride was beautiful. And a little mysterious. There were times we popped out that were so foggy you could barely see, and the next one could be complete sun, then back to fog!
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Rome day 3 - Vatican & Spanish Steps

A travel blog entry by mjstein

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... We walked all around, spending about 40 minutes inside examining the various parts of the church and learning about its history. Amazing. We then went out onto St. Peter's square itself, and looked more closely at some of the features we'd learned about at the start of our tour. We also got a chance to look at the outside of the church, seeing the balcony where the new pope was announced and introduced just a few months ago. Lunchtime! ...

Last Full Day in Rome

A travel blog entry by thejoaquins

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... s dream; arches, textured walls, columns, dramatic lighting, and views galore!  It reminded me I need to take a photography class and figure out what I am doing! Admission tickets to the Colosseum also include the Palatino and Foro (Palatine Hill and Forum), which is where we headed next. They are located across the street from the Colosseum, so it makes it easy to do both in one ...

Arrivederci Roma

A travel blog entry by mikeandme

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... for the commoners, 2 for gladiators, and 2 for the elite. It was built for the games, taking place on average 30 to 40 times per year, as an entertainment to distract the people from the power grabs and corruption.

Sound like anything you know?

I have always looked on the Colosseum as the ultimate monument to Rome's destruction. After all, this is the place where, after creating the Roman Senate, Empire and the ...

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