Hotel Tre Fontane

51 Via del Serafico, Rome, Lazio, 00142, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Day 22 - Catacombs, Gladiator School

A travel blog entry by 5lowesonthego

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... built in 312 BC. It was Rome's most important road and stretched 430 miles to the port of Brindisi where boats sailed for Greece and Egypt. When the Christian faith permeated Rome, Appian Way became a popular underground burial place for Christians. We ventured to Appian way via bus/metro/bus and made our way to the Catacombs of San Sebastian, which was named for a Christian soldier who was tied to a column and shot through with arrows because of his ...

On the Go in Ancient Rome

A travel blog entry by jen.greening

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... through the air. It's a lovely sound. Back across the street, Chris pointed out different areas of the surrounding ruins, Trajan's Markets, libraries, and where the temple once stood. It's so neat to see how much of these areas are still intact. We sat on the steps and ate our Sicilian cookies admiring the views. It was very relaxing. We all agreed that we were hungry, so our next decision was food. Robin and Kevin previously mentioned that they wanted to see the Hard ...

Catacombs & Colosseums

A travel blog entry by mrandmrstopp

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... on the bus, but we temporarily forgot how useless this area was for displaying obvious signage. After getting off the bus near the beginning we walked back out to the main road hoping to spot the bike rental shop along the way. No luck. Needless to say, we were getting grumpy. At the entrance of the Appian way we found the Terme Di Caracalla baths, built by the Emperor Caracalla. They were finished and opened back in AD 217 and cover 10 hectares. Of coursee, beng so damn old, a ...

Nice is Nice, but I LOVE Cinque Terra!

A travel blog entry by dizzysparkles

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... from France. We did all of our laundry- interesting navigating that in Italian! We ate at an off the tracks pizza place - our 4 stagioni pizza was so delish! (2) We got up very early to catch the train to Monterosso, the first of the 5 Cinque Terra towns. Luckily, we found out beforehand a few of the trails between the towns were closed due to flooding - we didn't have to find out the hard way, unlike a group of Americans we met who weren't ...

When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by hannahfrancis

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... impressed with the sheer size and quality of the paintings, and it was still a highlight.

It took us ages to get out of the Vatican, but eventually did and headed to Castel Sant Angelo. We were both pretty tired by this point so headed straight up to the top for the gorgeous views of Rome. Ambled down through the rooms and headed back to camp for a relaxing afternoon/evening,

Our last day in Rome we headed to some of the places yet to see ...

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