Greta E Prisca

Address: Via Sudafrica 69, Rome, Lazio, 144, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Rome can be seen in a day, but not built.

A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Aug 21, 2014

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... me buckets? I am weak to this temptation!

Maddi meanwhile is starting to pass out on the spot, Eduardo and I, feeling a touch more empathetic now, carry her to her bedroom. I imagine this is the end of the night, I'm cooked. Eduardo insists he gives me a drink though back at the bar for helping. I really can't be ****** but he insists again, I bow to his will this once as it seems weirdly important to him. Maybe it's a Spanish honour thing? Easier than having ...

Rome wasn't visited in a day.

A travel blog entry by runewoodman on Jul 12, 2014

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... booked it.

After several weeks on holiday our much anticipated day in Rome arrived and unfortunately the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps were both closed for cleaning (or a private function or renovations or something). I wasn't paying attention to the details because we didn’t learn about this disaster until after our tour had commenced and I was angry.

Oh, and to make matters worse we were on one of those ...

Roma, Italia

A travel blog entry by bwells on Mar 01, 2014

90 photos

... scourging pillar, these were the thorns which pierced Jesus' head, the nail which pinned him on the Cross, literally the blood of Jesus Christ stained on the marble and the pillar on which he was stripped and scourged. These are no longer just stories I hear about in the Bible; Jesus' life and Passion are lived out right before my eyes. This is something you cannot deny. The same applies to the Saints. No longer are these just people I hear about, but I see ...

Rome in four hours...hang on!

A travel blog entry by mickisc on Sep 11, 2013

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... The floor is mostly original, and the oculus serves as a way of telling time as the sun shines through it. If I saw nothing else in Rome but this, I would have called it a success, but this was just the first stop. The last building of the day trumped all. More on that later.

We continued through Rome to see the Piazza Venezia, the Spanish Steps, Circus Maximus, and Palatine Hill. We stopped and explored the ...

Ostia Antica

A travel blog entry by west_we_go on Sep 07, 2013

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Today (Sa***************ed out to the coast to walk around the ancient ruins of Ostia Antica.

To do so we took the metro to Piramide then changed to the suburban train network for Ostia Antica. We noticed the carriage was full of young people and wondered why. We were told they were all heading out to the beach a few stops past our destination - I now know the name for beach in Italian - "lido". I never ...