Hotel Bled

Via Santa Groce in Gerusalemme 40, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Romaround Tours, Scala Santa and chapel of San Lorenzo, Santa Croce in Gerusalemme, and Porta Maggiore.
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    Travel Blogs from Rome

    "Rome Sweet Rome".

    A travel blog entry by jamesonthevf201 on Aug 24, 2014

    7 comments, 26 photos

    ... in a bowl of water a few days later.

    After visiting the Basilica, I met up with Gianlucca and two pilgrims who, like me, had walked from Canturbury to Rome. One, a 68-year old Kiwi living in British Columbia, began his trip in April this year, while the other, a 65-year old British guy living in Cornwall, actually started in London in the middle of May. It was clear from the swapping of tales about our personal journeys over dinner that night, just how humbling it has been ...

    Pizza pasta and Vespas

    A travel blog entry by mblack92 on Apr 05, 2014

    6 comments, 17 photos

    ... when he got off the gangplank a little ahead we figured he would lead us to the tourist info... Sadly he must have realised we were in pursuit and hoped into a taxi. Anyhoo long story short made it to a train station and having heard that Florence had good gelato we made the decision to head there first. So chasing our dreams ( i.e gelato ) we hoped on the train naively not realising tickets must first be validated and got hit by a fine of 56 euros. We figured ...

    Day 17 - Rome

    A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Dec 08, 2013

    51 photos

    ... Its architects adopted solutions very similar to those used in modern stadiums to deal with the same problem. The amphitheatre was ringed by eighty entrances at ground level, 76 of which were used by ordinary spectators. Each entrance and exit was numbered, as was each staircase. The northern main entrance was reserved for the Roman Emperor and his aides, whilst the other three axial entrances were most likely used by the elite. All four axial entrances were richly decorated with ...

    Going to Uzes and Pont du Gard

    A travel blog entry by chrissimonic on Sep 14, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... throughout five centuries. The Pont du Gard is 360 m long, 50 m high, on 3 levels, it is a magnificent structure of soaring arches in a beautiful and relaxing setting. We saw quite a lot of people swimming, canoeing, and picnicking around the river. There were also guided tours through the aqueduct and a Museum synthesising the Roman world and the building of the aqueduct. All in all a very interesting and tiring day but a good ...

    Day 49: Vatican tour, museum

    A travel blog entry by sarah_rossie on Jul 31, 2013

    ... the time was like, let's make this **** bigger. So now it is the biggest and oldest church in the world. Each pope collected more stuff ad commissioned more artwork so that they would leave a legacy as being a powerful pope. Hence the Sistine chapel. Julius II, before he died from the syph, basically blackmailed Michelangelo into repainting the Sistine chapel roof. He was like if you don't do it ill excommunicate you and everyone that does business with you ...