Hotel Versailles

Address: Corso d'Italia 92, Rome, Lazio, 00198, Italy | Hotel
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          Day 10- Rome via the port of Civitavecchia

          A travel blog entry by gla29adventures on Aug 31, 2013

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          ... This Whoopi Goldberg look-alike was promising that we could skip the line and have our own tour for 50 Euros. That was way too much money, so I waved her off and turned around in line. The next thing I know, the snake from the Garden of Eden (Whoopi) was tempting Eve (our Canadian friend in my tour group) with the apple (a better deal than what I was offering.) Before I could yell, “Don’t eat the forbidden fruit,” the entire group ...

          Disneyworld for Catholics!

          A travel blog entry by meyerthomas81 on Apr 30, 2013

          1 comment

          ... Sistine Chapel was fun, too. You buy a museum pass and enter the cattle line. Then you proceed, not unlike cattle, through a museum of stuff you halfway care about so you can see the Sistine Chapel. When you finally enter the chapel, you get shushed the whole time. By the way, the shushing security guards are the loudest ones... The Vatican is a beautiful beautiful joke. It's a living hypocrisy. Afterwards, we needed American food. Italians either ...

          Terracina to Rome

          A travel blog entry by anngreen on Oct 12, 2012

          2 comments, 6 photos

          ... beautiful and big and humbling. Then we hit the Pantheon. Talk about huge! Kind of gross though, to learn that animals were 'sacrificed' and burned in the middle of it. Then it started to rain. We found cover and waited it out, or so we thought. Once we stepped out and away from our shelter, it started again. We found inadequate shelter for that deluge. Ann was being pushed around by an old woman also seeking shelter and who had plenty of room on the other side. ...