Hotel Garda

Via Lombardia 30, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 3 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by jamesandbre


... as it's covered in scaffold and the fountain was empty! The tour finished overlooking the Roman Forum, Imperial Forum and the symbol of the greatness of Empire: the Colosseum (Most of all that covered in scaffold as well). After the tour we went with Travis to grind a supermarket then back to the hostel to cook up a feast for dinner. Sunday 15th - this morning we headed off to the colosseum to join the huge line for tickets, surprisingly ...

The Vatican City

A travel blog entry by hayesj


... was crossly growled at for coming inside and not waiting till he had finished talking to me! A bit intimidating. The Vatican museums are very extensive and contain a real range of displays. Over the years Popes have collected everything from Egyptian mummies, to statues, tapestries, paintings.... They have also had rooms and galleries spectacularly painted and decorated. The kids were very interested in the gallery of maps where old maps were painted ...

St. Peter's Basilica

A travel blog entry by serinakoester


... with celebrating Italian Americans who kept the wine coming.

After a nice long dinner break we walked leisurely through the cobbled streets towards the river. In the distance we saw smoke rising and decided to go closer to see what it was. This is the point at which I acknowledged that most people move away from smoke but not us, we were too curious to know and as there were still people walking around versus running towards ...

AS Roma at Olympic Stadium

A travel blog entry by inhovea


... a police officer who does the ticket/passport check and looks in your bag. Then you are in!
The atmosphere was great. There were drummers playing outside and people everywhere. We found our seats, in the Tribuna Trevere stand, right on the goal line. Great views. There were quite a few tourists in this area. At either end of the ground the fantatical fans sit. They were already there an hour before the game, waving flags and making plenty of noise. ...

Rome is the best history lesson ever!!!

A travel blog entry by chunhin


... the Piazza della Republica, down the Via Nationale, the Victorriano (ever as imposing and magnificent as ever…if a bit over the top) and to Chun Kiu’s Assassin’s hideout. A continuing theme I think in this leg of the journey from Rome to Venice. Needless the say the island was cool but no signs of an assassin’s hideout in sight. Went finally down to the Roman Forum and Palatino while going past the Circus Maximus, I really wish we ...

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