Travel Blogs from Rome
... to Average Joe ratio that haunted every lay by, junction and slip road along our route.
Once we had negotiated the docks around Genoa (a once-upon-a-time Pirate HQ of the med) and began to move further round the east coast of the Riviera de Levante however; the whole of Italy began to open up and the feeling of no escape that we had on the west coast, stuck between the sea and the soaring Maritime Alps, began to ebb as we finally reached our destination of ...
... main shopping street we also popped into a couple of amazing churches including the amazing Pantheon, Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain, all free and made for a pretty busy first day, I hope Tony's parents know what they are letting themselves in for! We also had to laugh as we saw bag sellers being chased by police which seemed pretty fruitless overall, it looked like a scene from the keystone cops, no sooner had they been chased, they were soon ...
... them about the Roman empire and the other about dinosaurs. We watched the film about the Roman empire. They had to stop the ride a couple of times because people were feeling sick so they had to be moved. Niomi and I also felt sick but carried on with the ride.
Shortly after the cinema it was time to head back to the Colosseum for our for 1pm. We bought some more water before entering the Colosseum to keep us hydrated. We bought one audio guild between us so we ...
... dinnertime some 5,000 miles away in Rome hosting 175 people at a Tauck insider Event; a superb international event of "Insider Rome" and following two dozen special events held over recent years. We had with us wonderful, well-travelled guests from 24 states and 11 countries from Switzerland -- to Australia -- to UK, Germany and South Africa -- even, Dubai! My husband Pete and I were fellow hosts.
The outreach of hundreds and thousands ...
... Chicago except it has 3 layers of tracks crisscrossing at various depths along various patterns, which means you can get basically anywhere from there. First place we went was, however, dinner. First pasta in Rome=big success. Then it was time for the regular walk around the neighborhood to find a joint with free wi-fi. Fun fact: in all of Rome I’ve been so far, there are no wi-fi hotspots that aren’t password protected at ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed