Via Principe Eugenio 51, Rome, Lazio, 185, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Cooking Class

A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz


Our school offers cooking classes through a company at discounted rates. The classes take place with "Cooking classes in Rome" (original, I know) and cost 20 euro compared to the usual 75 euro that they would charge for a normal class. I thought that this would be a great way to learn some real Italian cuisine since I've come to realize the US has got it all wrong. There is no such thing as Alfredo sauce, they would never intentionally dip bread in oil, and spaghetti DOES ...

Arrivederci Roma

A travel blog entry by indianajill


... doing I walk all the way back to the apartment and drink in the sight of the Via Veneto and the ancient walls of Rome one last time. As I had a big lunch, dinner tonight shall be my favorite: wine, cheese, crackers, apples and grapes while I finish up packing. Tomorrow morning at 8 my car service will be picking me up for the trip to the airport and back to those whom I hope have been missing me. I did stop at Trevi, coins over the shoulder; I shall return.

Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatino, ITALY

A travel blog entry by writeofpassage


... in. It has been partially reconstructed but it is hard to imagine what it would have been like to sit in the stadium, in its full glory with another 50,000 cheering spectators. The colosseum was built to host games involving animals and gladiators. There was never a fee to go to the games, but the people were required to obtain a ticket that told them which gate they needed to enter through. The citizens were seated according to their social class. ...

Ready. Set. Rome.

A travel blog entry by inloveineurope


... the knowledge that I may or may not ever live in Vegas again- the only home I've ever known. Second, we were going to the Homeland. My maternal grandmother was born in Italy and never got a chance to take my mom nor my sister and I to see her birthplace. We'd been theoretically planning this trip for about twenty years. Needless to say, this trip had A LOT of build up.

After a quick eleven hour flight to Frankfurt, a run-in with the oh-so ...

I've got faith, faith of the heart

A travel blog entry by pegsaroni


... they would become extremely popular. Luckily at this market, someone finally pointed Shannon and I in the right direction where I was able to finally get money out. The Vatican finally lay ahead. I looked upon it with a confident tension. The line was there and I crossed it. Nothing. Absolutely nothing. No thunder, no lightning, no flames or smoke. Not even nun giving me a dirty look. Maybe I'm not the devil reincarnate after all. Either that or my soul is actually safe in ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Esquilino area of Rome, is near Romaround Tours, Scala Santa and chapel of San Lorenzo, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, and Palazzo del Freddo.
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