Marco Polo

Address: Via Magenta 39, Rome, Lazio, 185, Italy | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Rome

    Roman Attractions

    A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Dec 29, 2014

    ... reached most of the city.
    Maintenance of the ducts was a constant job being tended to by first, a paid curator, and then often labour slaves. The Roman legions were also required to build and dig in areas far from the city of Rome itself as they proceeded to conquer and inhabit further regions of the empire.
    Towards the last days of the Roman Empire many of these Aqueducts were destroyed by invading German tribes as they sought ...

    Day 33 - A day at Rome Local Friend

    A travel blog entry by vaidehi on Oct 28, 2014

    38 photos

    ... in the year 100BC and this site was the location of the famous Battle of Milvian Bridge. Marco was also kind enough to show me Vatican at night from outside. It was beautiful but I could only capture one picture.

    I slept early that night as I had to leave to another part of Rome called Campoleone the next morning. With the the taste of brilliant Italian food and the dessert still lingering and kindling my taste buds, I went to bed!


    Day 3 in Rome & on to Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by belldallas on Aug 04, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    This morning after breakfast we walked to visit The Colosseum which was commissioned in 72 AD by Emperor Vespasian. It was completed by his son, Titus, in 80 AD using 60,000 Jewish slaves as the work force. The Colosseum remains the largest amphitheater in the world and is the iconic symbol of Ancient Rome. It has over 80 entrances, is app. 150 feet high, and could accommodate about 75,000 spectators who ...

    Another busy day in Rome

    A travel blog entry by bridget.boccini on Jul 01, 2014

    22 photos

    ... As we were looking over a menu to decide if we wanted to eat there, we looked up as Fr Brian McWeeney (our former pastor at St Martin de Porres) was walking by. Mom reached out to get his attention, we identified ourselves, and he immediately wanted to know where the Mets fans were! We found out that he would be meeting in the office where Fr Greg works later in the week. What a small world!

    We ...


    A travel blog entry by cjasko on Apr 30, 2014

    ... Fr, john announced that this Mass was being offered for Gerry Rauenhorst,; dad read petitions seeking God's graces for Gerry R., our children, Mike Lovell, Don Zuern.

    As if this was not enough, while we were walking with the Cardinal, he invited us to have dinner with him at 7:45. How could we all refuse? So, at 7:45, the Cardinal comes down the hill at St Anne's gate and we walk 6 blocks to 'Il mozzicone,.

    Finally ...