Crosti Apartments Hotel Rome

via Villafranca 10 , Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Rome-drops keep falling on our heads

A travel blog entry by teambargey

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... by what we saw. The ability of 2D painting to look so 3D, from that long ago, is truly staggering. Arches and column headers are there, but they're not. Curtains surround the Chapel, but they don't. The only annoyance was sharing it with about 500 other people, meaning a bloke got on a microphone every minute or so to SSHHHHHHH everyone. Having ticked that off, and a big tick it was, we had kind of run out of Papal puff. The kids felt uncomfortable about the place, and not for the ...

2nd Day in Rome!

A travel blog entry by bluzygirl108

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... steps which were pretty cool, though not as fabulous as the Trevi Fountain! We also found a super fancy Italian restaurant to eat dinner at where we had some of the best desserts of our lives. =)

Finally, after our eventful day we went back to the hotel, crashed, had a bottle of French wine, and watched The Lizzie McGuire Movie which takes place in Rome. It was practically perfect in every way! ...

The Eternal City - Food and stuff

A travel blog entry by dmandpeter

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... we thought we should vote, which we did. All we needed to do was post them. That sounds easy but ... this morning the main Rome Poste was closed so we went back on the way to our hotel after lunch. There were 10 counters, 5 of which were working, 1 of which was selling stamps. It took an hour plus to buy two stamps for the postal votes and 4 for postcards...... Any wonder the place is in trouble and the cost was over the top.

Anyway ...

Snooping into Private courtyards

A travel blog entry by markkathleen

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Another big day of walking through Rome neighbourhoods. our favourite part was snooping where it says Prohibile....which of course means prohibited. The private entrances to fancy residential areas area opened up around noon, so that (rich) owners can get into their homes for the 3hour break during the day. Today we finally got the hang of walking on the right hand side, instead of staying to the left like in Australia. Saw some protestors today, we ...

From the travel brochure

A travel blog entry by jegibbs

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... Massive and just as incredible in reality as in the brochures. Hot, crowded, noisy, dusty and majorly impressive. Had an icecream here under the doubtful and inadequate shade of a oleander bush and looked at the structure and the crowds from a distance.

A quick break and then out to a meal in true roman style. This was a hoot! We stopped off at the Piazza with the view over the ruins of the forum. The steps up to it were ...

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