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Address: Via Palestro 13, Rome, Lazio, Italy | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Roaming in Rome

A travel blog entry by brightonhill on Jul 30, 2014

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... through the Forum and then on to the Vatican. The ground was still damp from the rain earlier and with the slight breeze, was turning out to be perfect weather. Lorenzo left us at this point and Georgia took us to our next meeting spot. We were able to sit on some steps right outside the Vatican and have some sandwiches and gelato before our next tour began.

We met up with Franko at the entrance and were outfitted with "Whispers" before going in. ...

When in Rome...we can actually say this now!!

A travel blog entry by outoftheoffice on Jun 22, 2014

20 photos

... the CityMapper app for us foreigners! When we finally figured things out, we headed towards the Trevi Fountain and stopped for dinner along the way. Dinner was yummy, but the service was so-so. One thing to note, Rome is very dirty...not one other city compares to how unkept Rome appears to be. Once we arrived at the fountain, we discovered it completely dried up and in a restoration process!!! Oh well, we still threw ...

All roads lead to Rome

A travel blog entry by nabeards on Mar 28, 2014

12 photos

... next bus we should take, but it's not leaving for another 25 minutes. No problem, we need the rest after that long walk. We grab a drink, and then hop on the bus when it's time for it to head out. We get about three stops, and then, well, the bus is on fire, so everybody off! Apparently the engine is completely overheated, so no bus for another thirty minutes. Well, we decide to walk the rest of the way, another mile or so. We're getting ...

Magnificent Monuments

A travel blog entry by louize74 on Oct 27, 2013

1 comment, 47 photos

... of seating up to 50,000 spectators around the central arena. To mark the inauguration Titus held 100 days and nights of games, during which 5000 animals were slaughtered. During Roman times, crowds packed into the Colosseum to see gladiatorial battles and shows, as well as a variety of other events. The shows were put on by powerful families to showcase the skill and strength of their gladiators. Animal hunts were also held in ...

Rome then Home

A travel blog entry by grosserfamily on Aug 09, 2013

28 photos

... also collected Ayden in Rome, and I felt so much better having him back. He enjoyed touring the Collesuem most and managed to stay alive during the long tour through the Vatican, Sistine Chapel and St Peter’s Basilica. He desperately wants to come back another time and so, in accordance with tradition, he through a coin into the Trevi Fountain. Adelaide did too. Brett and I didn’t throw in a coin. Enough ...