Crosti Apartments Hotel Rome

via Villafranca 10 , Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
Prices starting from $170.00

Travel Blogs from Rome

Do what the Romans Do

A travel blog entry by einsinaminion


... settled and meeting with Bianca, we decided to go out for dinner. We went to this restaurant where the waiter looked like Ray Romano. I had a pizza with sausage, tomato sauce, mushrooms and parmesan cheese. Yum!!! A. Sandra, U. Chris and Jenna had spaghetti. So far, I have not had a bad meal on my trip and my fellow travellers said I have a knack for picking the good food on the menu. The flavours from the pizza were amazing. It will make your brain explode. It ...

Arrived in Rome!

A travel blog entry by mjstein


... without stopping. There was a brief moment of tension as our suitcases came a bit late off the carousel, but once we'd retrieved them, it was an easy exit through the "nothing to declare" door. Our pre-arranged transfer coordinator was waiting with a sign bearing our name, and he phoned our driver to let him know we'd arrived. While we waited, Matt was able to top-up the ...

Pompeii fails the WAP score

A travel blog entry by sorialsights


... we went- through traffic, no drive zones manned by helpful police, crazy bikes and tiny streets. Luckily the look of relief from the receptionist was worth it. Getting out again was pretty tricky. At one point we were just going straight with right of way as far as we were concerned, however the cars turning left and right across our path used people power to bring us to a standstill for about 2 mins. A policeman ten metres away did nothing, I was considering getting out to enlist ...

The Wedding Crashers of St. Cecelia's

A travel blog entry by thejoaquins


... white roses adorned the pews, obviously set up for a wedding. As we were exiting the church, dark clouds moved in along with the ominous sound of thunder. Rain and lightning soon followed. We decided to wait out the rain and are glad we did, as a man in an impressive uniform carrying a long sword showed up. He was with two men in dark suits and, we learned, there for his wedding! He was very friendly and in no hurry to step out into ...

When in Rome

A travel blog entry by isabellabromley


... was very tall with long columns and had big double doors. I wish I could have seen it at its prime, before all the wars. The courthouse was called Basilica Julia. It had beaten up stairs and lots of detailed columns. Arch’s also were all over it. I couldn’t help to think how much of our democracy back home was based off the ideas that were made on the hill that I was standing on. All of that walking made ...

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