Dormire Altrove

Address: Via del Torraccio 223, Rome, Lazio, 00133, Italy | Hotel
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      A travel blog entry by bobjenhub on Sep 28, 2014

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      ... the crowds, he seems to be a very humble man, he refuses to reside in the normal quarters as he says they are too large for him. By now it was 1pm, the afternoon was free for us to explore, we teamed up with Jackie,Meagan, Di & Chris and did we walk some miles, one of the girls had a pedometer on and clocked up 30,000 steps. We walked from St Peter's Square past the Castel Sant' Angelo across the bridge Sant Angelo Bridge to Pizza Navona then visited the ...

      Day 14: Sorrento/Rome

      A travel blog entry by bkseitz on Sep 25, 2014

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      ... and it really made me sad to instantly realize just how much that person could be missing out on. I was never really a "history buff", but learning so much about Ancient Rome, the Renaissance and gothic artwork, and the buildings (oh did I love all the architecture) don't cheat yourself/limit what you can take in. Definitely caught the travel bug more than ever on this trip and looking forward to traveling to other places in the world!! Tonight's dinner was at ...

      Day 19 (Rome)

      A travel blog entry by kimrop88 on Jun 17, 2014

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      ... We had a look around St Peters and the church was amazing, big statues and paintings everywhere. Lunch was pasta at a wee restaurant along the way, I had spaghetti in garlic and chilli oil before we walked to the coliseum and got tickets for a guided tour of both the coliseum and roman forum. The coliseum was really amazing, I couldn't believe it only took them 8 years to make, although a lot of slaves ...


      A travel blog entry by kiri.geoff on Oct 22, 2013

      21 photos

      ... Museums which are extensive, with endless galleries filled with century old artefacts, sculptures and artworks. Brandon also recommended we visit St Therese chapel which was a church with underground chapels dating back to Pagan times. As the centuries passed they just built on top of the previous church so it was amazing to see the layers and the fact that they appeared to be happy to live underground without much light. Day three ...

      Days in Roma

      A travel blog entry by traveldestinee on Sep 23, 2013

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... comfy and old flip flops broke. So, I walked barefoot all the way to the park, which didn't hurt until the pebbles at the park. But on a positive note, I definitely wouldn't have paid as much attention to the beautiful layout of the pebbles and the trees. Some of the group played soccer, capture the flag, but Sam, Nif and I tossed around a frisbee. It was fun to watch our professors get so competitive and invested in the games. After that we attempted to walk home but ...