Arco di Travertino

Via Valgia Silvilla 71, Rome, Lazio, 00181, Italy | 2 star hotel
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Conquering Rome

A travel blog entry by nessaineurope

It took a little more than a day but I think I can fairly say that I have conquered Rome. Upon arrival we headed straight for Trevi Fountain or fountinia di Trevi if you will. (My Italian is getting better by the day, people are always mistaking me for Italian and now I'm just rolling with it.) it was only a short walk but we had a cannoli on the …

Roma - 753 BC

A travel blog entry by anngreen


... I didn't get to see it on my last trip. I had only a short time to explore as we had to meet Luigi and a former foreign exchange student that Diane knows. To think this architectural marvel was built by hand, let alone 2000 years ago, ridiculous. There were pathways underneath that the gladiators and various beasts took on their way to the arena floor. The arena would be flooded so they could reenact naval battles. To see ...

Day 7: Rome

A travel blog entry by abroszczak

... was already laughing uncontrollably and then Marco gave his fifth and last flower to one of the men in the group Fred, but before doing so placed a big blonde wig on Fred's head. This was just too funny and was completely unexpected. After yet another glass of Chianti we were then served our main meal, chicken in tomato and basil sauce with herbed potatoes and a plate of salad on the side. Another delicious meal. Shortly after finishing the main we were served a bowl of fruit ...

Foot Soldiers

A travel blog entry by mr_mozam


... more expensive than Spain, Portugal or Morocco. Dinner was our first official event of this trip. It was held in an underground restaurant in a cave that is believed to be about 500 years old. We were seated with 3 people from California, a husband and wife who are on their second marriages and the wife's daughter who is a 23 year old school teacher. There is one other Aussie couple on the trip. ...

A Slower Day in Rome

A travel blog entry by diandron

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... building containing a stairway and small chapel. The stairway is known as La Scala Sancta (The Holy Stairway) and it was brought back to Rome by Constantine's mother, St. Helena. These stairs were the very same ones that Jesus ascended wearing the crown of thorns as he was led into the home of Roman governor Pontius Pilate for trial on the day before his crucifixion. These stairs are a pilgrimage destination for Roman ...


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