Arco di Travertino

Via Valgia Silvilla 71, Rome, Lazio, 00181, Italy | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

The Proposal - 7 years, 7 Continents, 7 Wonders

A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Aug 05, 2014

10 comments, 36 photos

... were, to use an appropriate adjective, wondrous.

A while later we had saved up enough leave from work to take our next extended holiday. This time we targeted India, China and Hong Kong. India was a culture shock in itself and the three weeks we spent there will not likely soon be forgotten.


Planes, Trains, and Automobiles Pt.3

A travel blog entry by pardonmyfrance on Apr 22, 2014

7 photos

... that this guy has the worst marketing strategy that I have ever encountered.

The Colosseum itself was smaller than I expected but still incredible to witness. We had a very disappointing dinner afterwards followed by some really delicious gelato. Since the night before had been such a let down, we decided to just head back to Lido and check out the beach.

This ended up being the best idea we'd had the entire time! We stumbled across a bar/patisserie right ...

Odds and sods

A travel blog entry by stuartkil on Oct 23, 2013

4 photos

... somewhat. Went into the Vatican to get my official pilgrim's certificate. Quite interesting to see the different security stages from dressed up ponces to keep the rabble out while posing for endless photos to armed guards (with not a smile between them) to keep the nutters out. Tried not to fall into either camp. Now have said certificate but not a clue what to do with it. No suggestions thank you.

Accommodation - In France ...

My Ceiling Needs Painted—The Vatican

A travel blog entry by mickisc on Sep 11, 2013

15 photos

... images for that. The Sistine Chapel is somehow now copywrited after it was restored, so no photos are allowed, but it was incredible to see in person. I thought it would be bigger than what it is, but as we walked through the same door the Pope uses, my eyes didn't know where to look first. Having just finished the bible, I knew the stories behind the paintings, but Katarina provided the stories behind the project.

We had one last building to explore before ...

Jogging through the Vatican

A travel blog entry by amverco on Aug 22, 2012

2 comments, 42 photos

... the dirt our guide would pick up stones cut in perfect squares and tell us about how these were mosaics and how amazing it was to cut these stones so square. And he would pick the plants and tell us what they were. It beats walking around aimlessly by yourself reading the signs and staring blankly at the ruins. We enjoyed the tour so much that we decided to go past the 'Italy With Us' office and enquire about the tour of the Vatican. We really liked the positive attitude ...