Albergo Lucia

Via G. Amendola 77, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
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When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by rossfamily

15

... it to have things explained to you!). There were too many impressive and impressionable sights there to recall – noteworthy were the Basilica of Maxentius (that was one huge building!), the Temple of Antoninus and Faustina, the House of Vestals, and of course, Caesar’s temple. The Forum was beyond impressive now – it’s hard to imagine how it would have been during its glory days.

We ended up spending so much time in the Forum ...

When In Rome....On My Birthday!

A travel blog entry by britanne

63

... wine. All of us go and grab some dinner at this cafe. Kevin's friends really liked The Coliseum pub crawl, so we decide to do that for the night. Since it was my birthday I got to go for free and a free bottle of champagne! We all felt soooo old at this pub crawl. Usually the average person at the pub crawls is twenty-two to twenty-three, but the people here were like all eighteen or nineteen. Oh well, we had lots fun. We passed ...

Walking through Roma

A travel blog entry by everso

57

We left the Amalfi coast on the 26th on the same bus that we arrived there on. Because it was Sunday, the only bus from our town back to Salerno was at 7:20 am. It was much less packed, and the bus diver took it a little slower, but we still felt a bit queazy when we got off. We finally had good luck with trains, when we caught an immediate connection to Naples, and were able to exchange our train ticket to Rome to an earlier train without an extra charge. We arrived happy, ...

The Borghese Gallery & Gardens

A travel blog entry by cskinnear

3
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... from drinking the water here) I wasn't feeling too good, (the perils of travel I guess?) so the train ride, plus the distance to the gallery from the train station (there were no signs and it was quite hard to find) didn't make it a particularly easy morning for me. However when we got to the gallery it was absolutely amazing. On the ground floor it was what they called the culture rooms with fantastic sculptures, furniture and beautiful rooms with sensationally ...

Everybody loves Juice, Also, Off to Sorrento

A travel blog entry by nofailuremodes

2
25

... met its fiery doom on the day the volcano blew back in 79 CE (AD for you antiquated peoples that haven't studied

history lately), but unlike Pompeii is little known (less other tourists), still has many of its surviving frescoes, mosaics,

and even some statuary left on site, and most of all, was not covered in falling ash. Instead, it was subjected to a

different kind of ...

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This hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Appian Line Tours Rome, and Green Tours.
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