Hotel Versailles

Address: Corso d'Italia 92, Rome, Lazio, 00198, Italy | Hotel
 
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    Uhhhhh okay if we have to go there....we shall

    A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on May 23, 2013

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    ... me map.....the Pantheon was close.....wahoooooooooooo. Off we went, people....its pretty cool. Tonnes of folks in the Piazza in front all hanging about ..... so we got some pics and wandered around it. A few gals pointed me to the fact that the main doors in front do not quite close properly sooooo you can look inside and see the hole in the dome.....kinda cool....its really an impressive dome. Took it in .....checking off a few bucket list things on this ...

    Roman Holiday - Last Day

    A travel blog entry by lisa0904 on Oct 07, 2012

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    ... that's not it." Finally, finally, after what seemed like an eternity....we entered the Sistine Chapel and were able to gaze up at the masterpiece on the ceiling by Michalangelo.

    We found seats against the wall, midway down the room and put in our audio guide to have good ol' Rick Steve's walk us through the different elements of the paintings. Your mouth literally fell open to gaze up at this ceiling and realize that he painted these 12,000 square ...

    Rome - Day 1

    A travel blog entry by lbuback on May 25, 2012

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    ... at every stop. Luckily our tour guide did a very good job and he got us through most of our day with little delay. Rome is so magnificent it defies description. The statues, the fountains, the ancient ruins, the flowers, the huge buildings and monuments, the art work, the food, the sky-line - it is more than the senses can take in sometimes. We climbed the ...