Brando & Gio

Via Castelfidardo 31 , Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 2 star hotel
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My first foray in Europe.

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Rome. Where to start?

Honestly I am not a big fan so this may be a short entry, although I will outline a few lessons I have learnt:

Italians have rather odd eating patterns. Dinner isn't until 9 or 10pm and usually consists of 5 courses: bread for starter, followed by pasta and then a main meal of meat followed by beautiful …

Familiar Faces!!

A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz



I hope you weren't worried that I didn't survive my 21st birthday, I am well and alive and one year older! I had a great weekend full of food and friends and I couldn't have asked for more being across the world from home.

Larissa and Ingrid got in early Friday morning and I don't know if I have ever been more excited to see people in my entire life. We dropped into the cafe at the train station and ended up wasting a few hours chatting over ...

Areviderci Roma

A travel blog entry by kayschaffer


... scholar, interior designer and a literary critic. I read his book, The romantic agony, about the erotic/morbid duality in 18th and 19th century European literature ( think femme fatale, before feminism), in grad school. In terms of interior design, he attempted to describe and compare the different aesthetic sensibilities of the French, English and Italians through a social analysis of there living spaces. It was the 1 st modern attempt at comparative analysis, mostly met ...

Our last day in Italy

A travel blog entry by ethansamjencol


... just over 800. This makes Vatican City the smallest internationally recognized independant state in the world by both area and population. The Pope is also the Head of State and Government of the Vatican City State

As we were walking around the museum a guy came up to me an shook my hand - it was a Simon Seal from Tauranga and I met his family at St Johns Anglican Church in Tauranga about ...


A travel blog entry by kobo0920


... and croissant we headed out to see the colosseum, the arch of Constantine, and the palatine. We arrived at the colosseum made the decision to join a group tour to get as much info as possible. The tour guide was an archeologist and was extremely knowledgable about the structure itself and the history behind it. This site was our favorite of the trip so far and we spent more than 3 hours looking around and taking pictures. It was great ...

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