Hotel Versailles

Address: Corso d'Italia 92, Rome, Lazio, 00198, Italy | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Rome

    Rome May Be Overrated

    A travel blog entry by occamsrazor875 on Jun 10, 2013

    2 comments, 67 photos

    ... cool ranch doritos, and are delicious. Then we went and spent a couple of hours at Twice, on of Florence's top nightclubs, then I walked Darcey home, and headed home myself to get some sleep.

    Yesterday, we mostly just hung out at my place after getting lunch, another turkey & brie crepe for me, I definitely have a new obsession. Then we watched Ted, and for dinner Darcey made some amazing meatballs and white bean salad that was pretty incredible.

    Day 7 - Rome

    A travel blog entry by laurelfisher on Nov 10, 2012

    15 photos

    ... videos (which are both prohibited, but no one seemed to care) that they didn't care that it is supposed to be a holy place. Afterward, we went outside. Our guide explained that we were going to inside St. Peter's Basilica and then go onto the square afterwards to see the outside of it. I stepped inside and couldn't help but wonder how something so big was able to be built. Just the sheer size was incredible, not to mention the amount of marble that was used. I didn't have enough time ...

    I've got faith, faith of the heart

    A travel blog entry by pegsaroni on Jun 21, 2012

    44 photos

    ... left me a little unnerved. At the top of the Steps there was the coolest sundial clock I've ever seen attached to the side of a church. Incidentally, according to the guidebook, this was a French church and the frogs were the ones that paid for the steps to be built. The only connection to the Spaniards was some embassy to the Holy See (spelt correctly), whatever that is. Reading further in the guidebook, by chance I came across a landmark that should always of been on my list ...