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Off to Rome

A travel blog entry by alexsandral


... one which was surprising on that road and the drivers must have nerves of steel. The rest of the drive was straight up the A1 to Rome. The GPS took us directly to our suites in Trastevere and we are the only people staying here, although Greg, Ron and Jan are staying nearby as they ran out of room here. These suites were a large third floor family apartment and the young man of the family turned the apartment into five rental rooms with a breakfast area and reception. ...

Saying Goodbye, then on to the next Adventure!

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee


... br> After I finished one load and had everything hanging, on the rack or in the closet, I headed out to try to find the supermarcato that Maria mentioned. I looked up directions and wrote them down before I left. They show how winding and complicated this area is: right on via Giuseppe Garibaldi, right on via del Mattonato, left on Vicolo della Scala, right on via della Scala, right on piazza di Sant’ Egidio, right on via della Paglia, left on Via Giacome ...


A travel blog entry by mjanetchitwood


... enter the massive structure; the line already extending halfway down the right side of St. Peter's Square. Keep in mind that our tour lasted 8 1/2 hours and we saw the following sites and also stopped for lunch at a local trattoria: 1). St. Peter's Square, 2). St. Peter's Basilica, 3). Capitoline Hill, 4). The Forum and Palatine Hill, 5). Went to a "secret" place to see the view of St. Peter's Dome through a keyhole, 6). The Catacombs of ...

Ciao Rome

A travel blog entry by jcleiker3


Then - The war in Italy was finally over. The 157th set up camp about 15 miles north of Rome. There they relaxed and got passes to go explore the eternal city. They made the most of their time. From the book "Eager For Duty" , "... The city was given a working over by the 157th." They were a rowdy bunch of guys to say the least and that might be part of the reason they were such great soldiers. Sounds just like his ...

The Vatican

A travel blog entry by hailseurope2013


... a church on this site since the time of Constantine. Construction of the present basilica, replacing the Old St. Peter's Basilica of the 4th century, began on 18 April 1506 and was completed on 18 November 1626. After St Peters Basilica you exit through the ginormous courtyard that you always see on tv. It was huge! It was really cool to be there, having seen it on tv quite a bit. After the Vatican we cruised around the area for a bit, stopped somewhere to have a beer and ...


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