Antica Domus

Via XX Settembre 95, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Walking city

A travel blog entry by europeandreamin on Sep 09, 2014

I am still using the Business Center computer so I can't download pictures yet. Frustration for Dave doesn't even describe. Haven't found the appropriate Italian swear words yet! We woke early to catch our hop on/hop off bus to the Vatican. Want to get the lay of the land before our official tour on Friday. The sights are amazing. there is a very long line waiting to get in for those who didn't pre-book. We walked up Via Borgo Pio ...

Roma, Roma - where art thou?

A travel blog entry by johnnoonan on May 18, 2014

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... of those unique cities that around every corner a new surprise, the change from modern (anything from 100-300 years old to 'old' ( from 1000BC to 5-6,700 years old was outstanding - but the HUMANS around..... Like it was Mecca during whatever their main festival is. But, we crashed through the door exhausted at around 10pm, and had crossed off about 10% of the long list we (read I - Liz is not very "cultural" here you all know!), had earmarked to see......some 'snaps' from ...

The Week of Churches and the Vatican Museum

A travel blog entry by jmarmstrong on Feb 16, 2014

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Hello All!

This week was not as eventful as the past weeks but had some fun points!

Tuesday for my class called Catholicism today, we had class near the Colosseum, we met at the Arch of Constantine and then toured four churches in the area. Inside one church was the largest Tabernacle we have ever seen. Another was the prettiest church I've ever been in. It had 40 chandeliers!

How to bargain. The art of the haggle.

A travel blog entry by siobhan21 on Dec 25, 2013

... where bargains are to be had. Also, if you travel at the off-season times of the year you can haggle for your hotel room as well.

For those of you uncomfortable at the idea of haggling, here are some tricks that I like to use so that I don't break out in a cold sweat just thinking about the confrontation inherent in bargaining:

Hotels (Bargains available in the off-season, such as winter)

I like to book a night or two at a ...

Rome - Archeological Sites

A travel blog entry by dseals on Sep 21, 2013

2 comments, 49 photos

... every gladiator event to have been fighting tigers...there are no tigers in Italy and the closest continent with tigers was Africa which would have taken months to get to, besides the small cages that held the animals were way too small for a tiger so they must have used other local wild animals like foxes or wild boars. Today was Sunday and they had the entire street called Via dei Fori Imperiali closed so there were families with kids riding bikes, vendors and ...