Travel Blogs from Rome
... very disappointed. However from the ground we thought ...
... morning was sunny and clear. I hit the road at
about 9 am, and due to the apartments location I was only a five-minute walk
from all the ruins and tourist attractions. Not fully knowing how to get home,
I decided to explore the city and see some sites on my own. I was stunned when I
looked at my phone and saw that I had been wandering around for over two hours.
Hungover, and tired from walking and battling through armies of Asian tourists,
I found a ...
... We were all reminded of the movie "Gladiator" starring Russell Crowe.
It dominates the space it occupies and is clearly a symbol of the imperial might and architectural ingenuity of the Roman empire.
The rest of the city is filled with many more examples of Roman architecture, from monuments celebrating ...
... a good experience and are forming a good opinion of the city because they will leave in a few days and the next round of tourists will plough through. It really is a tourism machine. And I didn't like that about it. I didn't like that it was so expensive too and that there was just no way to do Rome cheaply! I returned to my hostel feeling worn out and just wanting to go to bed. So I was happy when the girls in my room had had a similar day and just wanted to sleep. Off we ...
... hair we've ever seen, and when he showed me, I guffawed so loudly that it echoed. It echoed into eternity. I had to leave after that. Next, we went to Piazza Navona, which is a pretty neat area with an open meeting space and a couple elaborate fountains. They were having some kind of fair or festival there today, so we walked around for a bit, looking at the shops and eating some sweets before heading back to the apartment for a quick rest and bite to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed