Hotel Garda

Via Lombardia 30, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Rome-ing the World

A travel blog entry by tcoleman


... with this woman. Once arrived at the airport we took the shuttles to the city that AUR (American University of Rome) had arranged for us. As soon as we could see the city I was captivated. Mountains on top of hills, countless twists and turns through tight city streets, historic buildings and architecture, people everywhere. Jesus everywhere. An endless and ever changing source of eye candy.

As soon as we got settled into our apartment we ...


A travel blog entry by xinxilanren


... bit, arriving by horse and carriage and also hiring a guide to help us navigate the labrynths (sp?).

St Peters was overwhelmingly impressive, as it seems to intend. Emma and Lilian stayed for the 5pm Catholic Mass which they thoroughly ...

Miles and Miles, Churches and Ruins

A travel blog entry by ethansamjencol


... 23–62 ft) below the surface in area of more than 2.4 square kilometres (590 acres). Narrow steps that descend as many as four stories join the levels. Passages are about 2.5 by 1 metres (8.2 ft 3.3 ft). Burial niches (loculi) were carved into walls. They are 40–60 ...

Rome at Last

A travel blog entry by greenhalgh


... walk in town. Shopping in Europe has been an adventure. We grab what we think might be just about right and give it a try. We have been surprised at times, but it's working out. We walked to the Spanish Steps first. Think Roman Holiday. We then strolled our way through the streets to the Trevi Fountain. So beautiful. SO many people! Off a side street by the fountain is a gelato shop called ...

Underground temples in Rome

A travel blog entry by mrandmrstopp


... 3.30pm. Once we had dumped our gear we trotted off to see a couple more Rome sights. Found the Basilica di San Clemente, a fascinating multi-layered site where some parts are as old as the nearby Colosseum. At street level is a 12th century Christian church, rather dark and forbidding inside, the effect ruined a little by the internal scaffolding for renovations. If you pay another 5 euro, you can descend stairs to whats underneath the church and this is where is ...

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