Mercure Roma West

Viale Eroi di Cefalonia 301, Rome, Lazio, 00128, Italy | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Cooking Class 1

A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz

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... the pot used previously to boil your broccoli to make sure the vegetables will not dry out while simmering. Season your dish with salt and chili flakes if you'd like. Serve warm.

4. Dessert: Crostatine con marmellata di fragole, pesca e Nutella (Homamde Jam filled Strawberry, Peach and Nutella italian tarts)
Ingredients for one pie/tart that will serve up to about 8/10 people: - 250 gr / 8.8 Oz / 2 cups of all purpose flour (remember to sift it first ...

Roma

A travel blog entry by bellanana

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... tour director because they have homemade Tortufo. The pasta was really good and the Tortufo was great. I never had it before. It's chocolate ice cream covered with chocolate and in the middle was a delicious cherry! It rained off and on all day until about 2 hours before we left. But it was still warm, so not too bad at all. Even though we've been to Rome twice before, it was great to get ...

The Vatican City and Sistine Chapel, ITALY

A travel blog entry by writeofpassage

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... It is the worlds smallest state measuring only 110 acres and having a population of 800 people. The pope is the head of the state and its government. The Vatican City is also the home of some of the most famous art in the world, with the highlight of course being the sistine chapel. When we arrived at the vatican we could not find our tour group. We started to think that they had either left without us or we had been scammed. We managed to find ...

When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by suzymartin

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... really. But at the time, that's 16 hours of being a bit bored! The last few days coming back inland and down to Rome, have been classic; beautiful rolling green hills, some really interesting tuscan towns perched on these hills, and nice lake-side camping. Had a wild camp in an olive grove too, near Grosetto. Martin was excited to see fireflies for the first time, next to the tent. Siesta time seems to have lengthened in this part of Italy. ...

Goodbye Rome!

A travel blog entry by jaugustyn

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... I was fortunate enough to not be facing him or looking at him so I was in the clear. Italians have a thing for the blue eyes I feel like..

So we started Rome with seeing some a** and then left it after talking to a different kind... haha. Rome was crazy and even with all of the cool history and sites we got to experience, I was okay with leaving that city.

Love you all,

J

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