Antica Domus

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


A travel blog entry by kiyamaria on Jun 07, 2015

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... they might make a killing bringing tea to Rome (and they did). We walked by the first McDonalds of Rome, which was initially built with typical Roman architecture. When McDonalds found out it didn't look like McDonalds, they made them change it. We stopped at a drinking water fountain that emptied into a trough. Because of all the aqueducts, there is enough water to have multiple drinking fountains throughout the city. The water that isn't used is ...

Until next time...

A travel blog entry by saralovestravel on Sep 27, 2014

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... only had to wait 10 min. Not sure if we actually skipped in front of people because I think we ended up in the middle of a tour group in line. We acted like we didn't know any better and just kept moving. The Coliseum was huge and pretty neat to walk around. All I kept picturing in my head was Gladiator the movie with Russell Crowe. We worked our way around on the top section then down to the bottom part. It looked like they had recently built a quarter of ...

Ancient Rome

A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Sep 17, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... said,"No touching!" When I got back to the hotel I found that Sue & Phil had checked in. We met up at 7:30 and went off to a little restaurant for dinner. It was nice but not as nice as Mammas in Margate! An early start for me tomorrow as I leave at 7:00 for a 13 hr bus trip to Assisi. No photos this blog as I'm having problems; the photos from the iPhone aren't syncing across to the iPad as I expected. I'll have to add some at a later ...

Running around Roma

A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Jul 03, 2014

16 photos

... breath, the biggest issue we had was with the spiral staircase that seemed to go on forever – this particular part of the climb left us feeling a little bit claustrophobic as all you could see was stairs and the feet of the person in front of you and this was also around the time you started to get a little bit puffed. The view from the top was pretty and crowded. After working our way to the edge and having a look around, we got the photographic proof of our climb ...

My Last Blog...Heading Home

A travel blog entry by jmarmstrong on May 01, 2014

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... say goodbye to each other. But then I will find my dad and Eric there to greet me and take me home, where those sad tears will turn into happy ones. Yes, I'm devastated to leave, but I've also missed home and am happy to go back to see everyone I love. And I will forever be able to say... I have lived in Italy.

Ciao Roma,
Ciao to everyone who has been reading my blog!