Hotel Versailles

Corso d'Italia 92, Rome, Lazio, 00198, Italy | Hotel
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    Leaving Switzerland and arriving Rome

    A travel blog entry by sarahsouth on May 12, 2012

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    ... as they had no maps with them. We then left a grey, rainy Zurich and headed to Rome. No view of the Alps from the plane today.

    We arrived Rome early afternoon and found our luggage. The sun was shining and we hopped on the train and headed to Termini. Dad commented how dirty the airport was and the toilets compared to South African airports. We really do have great airports. We got to Termini and followed the hotels ...

    Our first day and night in Roma, the Eternal City!

    A travel blog entry by pandar on Oct 07, 2011

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    ... the colosseum and what a beaut scene! (see first pic), then we started walking toward the meeting point for the bus trip. We found a quaint trattoria on the piazza di Santa Maria Maggiore, where we enjoyed our first meal on the continent.
    Then we joined the tour and the highlight for me was the 2 squares we stopped for. The Trevi fountain is humungous. Everything about it is very ...

    Ancient Rome

    A travel blog entry by jennyandtom on Sep 14, 2011

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    ... fact there are pieces of marble and columns just sitting on the ground for people to sit on. It's pretty amazing to sit on a piece of history. Another great thing about Rome is all the water fountains! You can find fountains all over the city with fresh running water, and many of them are beautiful to look at as well. It was a huge help while touring the Forum and Palatine Hill.

    After the ruins we stopped at a little cafe ...