Hotel Cecil

Via Francesco Crispi, 55, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 3 star hotel
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December 15th to 17th - Rome

A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan

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... Well, what an impressive building! It was amazing. Such an incredible piece of history to be walking in and standing on. We touched the marble columns, admired the huge expanse of the dome and marvelled at how old it was. Our next stop was the Trevi fountain. There were so many people here. It too was extraordinary. We tossed coins in, alongside everyone else, watched people and the fountain before making our way to the Spanish steps. These too were quite busy. We tried to find the ...

Arrivederci, Roma!

A travel blog entry by katelynthoresen

21

... to the Papal Mass! We got up at the crack of dawn to arrive at 6:45am again. We got in line and waited until about 7:30 when we were let in. It was craziness! The crowds pushed and shoved to get to the front of the line. It felt like we were going to an almost sold-out concert, not Sunday mass! We got in and started running to the front of the rows. Surprisingly most seats were empty so we grabbed 30 seats and looked around. We were probably 6 rows from the very front ...

Rome

A travel blog entry by robchurch

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... we find the old “downtown” of Rome. This is where prominent businessmen, visitors, and other mildly important people met and worked. The actual road that cut through the city still remains. There are many ruins in the area, and this area is commonly referred to as the Roman Ruins. The Forum is located here, as well as the remaining pillars of the Senate building. The only buildings in survival in the area are churches, as is true with the rest of Rome. ...

When in Rome

A travel blog entry by christinec2013

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... crowds and rude people. I had planned to wander about the forum in the afternoon, but I had heard that tomorrow was the last Sunday of the month which meant that to visit the Vatican was free, but that it was only open from 9am until 12pm and this day is the craziest of the month. So I decided I should perhaps see the Vatican and St Peter's Basilica in the afternoon when it wasn't so crazy. So I wandered back to the hostel and made sure my shoulders, knees and ankles ...

Hot in the city

A travel blog entry by brrmmm

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very slow start today, big sleep in, leisurely breakfast, worked out wherre to go etc. until we opened the front door, then the wall of heat hit us hard. never mind at least it isn,t as humid as venice was.

kelsey in the lead again to walk us down to the trevi fountain, only a 5 minute walk. 30 minutes later we arrived at a huge monument with statues and lots of tourists, but no water. never mind we took ...

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