Hotel Tre Fontane

51 Via del Serafico, Rome, Lazio, 00142, Italy | 3 star hotel
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On the high seas

A travel blog entry by ceseal

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5

... his brother’s name was “Two”. One of our breakfast servers is called “Hens”. Their supervisor who works as hard as any of them is "Daddy." For no obvious reason, there are very few female crew. There are two young women on the reception desk. The crew works very hard for was appears to be a fairly meager salary. Their work week is basically 11 hrs/day, 7 days a week. They generally work 9 months and are off 3 months. Many (most?) have families with ...

The Colosseum

A travel blog entry by kyajade

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Guess who woke us up today? Yep, the Koreans again. The saving grace though was that they were checking out, so it was the last time we had to be woken up by them! When they left, we slept in for a while before getting ready, and messaging our plans to Matt. When we were ready we walked down the street to the pizza place we had tried to go to the other night, when it was closed, Pinsere Pizza. They looked amazing, and we ordered one each (after having a very hard ...

Day 9 - Florence to Rome

A travel blog entry by christie.orr

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... waited, and it was worth the wait, the pizza was pretty good! even though we didn't get to eat it until 9:30.
We all had a quiet night, I few of us stayed up in the bar market for a while because that was the only area we could get wifi, was keen to see what had been going on in little old NZ, but because everyone was trying to get on at the same time the Wifi was reeeeeeeeally slow, so at about 10 I called it in and went to bed, probably my first decent sleep of the tour! ...

The main sites, Version 2.0

A travel blog entry by chertred

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... one of the highlights of our time in Rome so far. What a building! You have to keep reminding yourself that this building is 2000 years old. It looks incredible.
We decided to stop of a coffee in the piazza where the Pantheon stands. Having a coffee in Italy can be a rather unique experience. Coffee shops are generally called bars. Your first decision upon entering one of these establishments is whether you want to have your coffee standing up or you want to sit at ...

When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by heidi.buttercup

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... via the scenic route, which in Rome I discovered is every route and you really can't take a stroll without being greeted by half a dozen fountains, monuments, church's or gelati shops.

Day two in Rome saw an early morning start with a short walk to San Pietro in Vincoli (Saint Peter in Chains) which houses the relic of the chains that bound St. Peter. It is also here that I sighted my first (and his first) Michelangelo statue, 'The horned Moses'. We then visited ...

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