Marco Polo

Via Magenta 39, Rome, Lazio, 185, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Rome - The Foundation of the West

A travel blog entry by socratesnutt


As someone who has been into the subject of history for some time, Rome has always had a special place in my heart and after visiting it some 9 years ago, I would say it was my favorite city in the world. You hear the stories and the history of the place and you romanticize what it would have been like to live back in the Roman era, especially experiencing the ruins in person and piecing it all together in your head. So long story short, I kinda did Rome and when we revisited ...

Layer upon layer...Rome

A travel blog entry by kperissinotto


... wheel into the convent, for the delivery of unwanted babies. Quick sandwich, then home for a sleep. Then to the Time elevator, on the bus. We stopped on the Corso when Cathy saw that the Crypta Vialata was open - this is the home of St Luke, where St. Peter often visited and where St Paul spent two years under house arrest. It was incredible - we were alone, and the history resonated from the walls. We touched the well, knowing that the inhabitants of the house 2000 years ...

Morning at the Museum

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee


... hear the thunder and see the lightening. Even a couple of the museum attendants were getting excited about it! Just a word about not understanding anything anyone is saying around me: you learn a lot just by overhearing things. So not knowing the language isn't just missing the conversations with others but also missing key information that may be crucial (like possible evacuation instructions). But everything was fine, and I had the good fortune of being inside ...

Day 19 - Forum, Palatine Hill, Coloseum

A travel blog entry by 5lowesonthego


... did we!

The Forum was the political, religious, and commercial center of Ancient Rome. Anything of importance happened here. Palatine Hill was the home of the emperors and included the Circus Maximus (300 BC) where chariots would race watched by more than 250,000 people. We saw the Arch of Titus which commemorated the Roman victory over Judea (Israel) in 70 AD when they took Jerusalem and destroyed the temple, and the Arch of ...

An intro to Grappa -- Days 1 and 2 !!

A travel blog entry by unluckytraveler


... so I was just enjoying the walk and people watching. We met back up with Courtney and went on a search for some good beer. We headed to Courtney's favorite part of town, Trastevere.

I will be honest, when I was in Rome before I really did not enjoy it. The people were rude, it was busy and hot and just overall uncomfortable. This area of Rome however, might have changed my mind about this place. Very cool bars and restaurants, all in ...

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