Arco di Travertino

Address: Via Valgia Silvilla 71, Rome, Lazio, 00181, Italy | 2 star hotel
 
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    Day 1 - Rome

    A travel blog entry by klakev on Mar 12, 2015

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    Arrived safely in Rome at about noon local time. All the kids are anxiously waiting for their luggage to appear on the conveyor. No lost bags! Met our new bus driver Gilles (I think). Seems very nice also, like Rens. Ate most of my lunch on the bus. Thought it was funny that I was eating Panago pizza in Italy. The instructions weren't that clear …

    David, Frank, Peter and co.

    A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013 on Jun 05, 2015

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    ... is a city of world renowned architecture and sculpture. Its feature buildings and statues are pretty impressive and so big (within the cramped city) that it is impossible to photograph them or in some cases take them in properly. We have walked around them all after taking the bus into town. Apart from the fact that you have to pay to go into them, the queue in the case of the Duomo went around the block. Didn't really fancy standing for a couple of hours in a ...

    Freezing Our Butts off in the Eternal City

    A travel blog entry by frankandlaura on Dec 29, 2014

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    Next we explored the street vendors and purchased souvenirs. We also bought the Italian version of a hot dog, which tasted the same but was put together differently. We then went to the Roman Forum which was our favorite for the day, thanks again to Rick Steves podcast. We strolled down the same streets that Julius Cesar once walked and saw where he was burned after he was murdered by Brutus and company. We saw the ruins of Emperor Caligula's extravagant palace and ...

    Last Day in Rome

    A travel blog entry by mflieller on Sep 25, 2014

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    ... one last gelato. Michael handed out awards for our three week trip. Mason received the "Adventurous" award with all the new foods he tried (octopus, clams, pate, scallops and anchovies) and riding the lift alone in the Dolomites. My how we were surprised at this from the boy that would not eat pizza at home. Madelyn received the "Most spiritual/reverent" award because of her prayerful nature at all the churches we visited and her jumping out of bed for the papal audience. She ...

    Construction?!

    A travel blog entry by tahwhoo on Aug 30, 2014

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    ... toward the steps, you encounter a wall of boards and plexi glass. After walking around the closed off fountain, the steps themselves were underwhelming. We quickly set off to the next destination, FOOD.

    After stopping in a near by McDonald's, which was unlike any I've ever seen before, we decided to head to a sandwich shop one of the girls found on TripAdvisor. On our way there we actually ran across another inexpensive panini shop. ...