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

A Night in Roma

A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Nov 15, 2014

... peddling. (Turns out that umbrellas are worth more when it is raining) so after waiting for 5 minutes for the people who had not yet arrived, Jah made an executive decision to leave all 13 late comers them behind and make our way to the bus. Avoiding puddles and huddling under my umbrella I managed to avoid more water than most of the Contiki group. When we were all sitting on the bus the 13 missing people had magically appeared! The coach stopped ...

Best of Rome

A travel blog entry by tanyaboyer on Jun 04, 2014

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... Help others with photos, breath, go to toilet, watch out for pick pockets. Meet guide, tick we've been to the Trevi Fountain. Next time I think we want to spend more time here and be able to look at it. Next stop the Colosseum, we walk from the Trevi up the street and around the corner, all of about 10 mins to reach the colosseum. On arrival the guide explains to us the architectural structure and details the 5 rings and how we can only see certain parts due ...

Rome: uncovering the secrets

A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on May 11, 2014

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... from the hole in the ceiling. This hole is open to the air, allowing light and air to get into the building. When it rains the water drains down the slight incline in the marble floor into a drainage system below. We were told that on some occasions the falling rain sets up a circle of rainbows in the center of the church. It sounds wonderful. It was explained that the painter Rafael was buried under the building but when they dug up the grave to shift his bones to a reliquary, ...

Tips & Tricks for study abroad

A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz on Jan 15, 2014

... as they were banned in Italy (15 cents) save these or collect reusable bags as you travel.

7) arrive with converters for your electronics. In italy they can be two or three pronged and make sure that it has the holes on the front for a 3 prong plug in like a computer charger. You can order them for cheap on amazon. You can also find dual voltage travel hair dryers. They are about 30 euro when you arrive otherwise. Look into finding a dual voltage flat iron if you cant ...

Discovering Rome

A travel blog entry by louize74 on Oct 24, 2013

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... it 'Sorpresa Romana di Louize" (Louize's Roman Surprise). It was delicious, full of flavour and really hearty, I can't put it down to my culinary skills because I really didn't do much so I just have to put it down to the amazing flavour of the Roman Produce.

Anyway with only two days left to make our way through the rest of Rome we needed to get a good nights sleep so we could start at it bright and early. Goodnight Roma.

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