Hotel Versailles

Address: Corso d'Italia 92, Rome, Lazio, 00198, Italy | Hotel
 
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      When in Rome

      A travel blog entry by isabellabromley on Sep 26, 2012

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      ... hill. We first passed by the Forum which was for judicial, political, and commercial things. In the Forum was the arch of Constantine, temple to Atoninous and the Faustina, and the Temple of Vestal Virgins. There were gorgeous arches everywhere. The walkway was made of stones that had weeds growing up from under them. After we studied the Forum, we moved on to the Senate and courthouse. They called the Senate House ...

      Rome-ing Around

      A travel blog entry by dgsutherland on May 01, 2012

      ... way around. I was definitely clenching my teeth at times. Tony’s vocabulary consisted of “Kick, kick!” (when we think he actually meant whip). Tony took us up to an outcrop which had an amazing view of Naples below and to a restaurant further up where we had a toilet/admire view break.

      Following the horse ride we caught a train out to Pompeii and decided not to get audio guides for Pompeii (which was a great decision as it was huge) and decided to ...

      "I thought you said you knew were we were"

      A travel blog entry by mcafee1990 on Jun 28, 2009

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      ... t mean to be ambiguous with that last phrase but I have already written quite extensively about our trip in a hand written journal I kept, but basically the first couple days consisted of myself and Kev trying overcome every nightmare a naive first time traveller could come across , IE Lost luggage, malfunctioning fone, no money, fake police, witnessing death and getting bit by mosquitoes in the dark.

      And that was just the first 3 days ...