Le Scuderie Di Roma

Address: Via Palermo 13, Rome, Lazio, 184, Italy | Hotel
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1st Day in Rome: Modern city

A travel blog entry by crosintheworld on Jun 11, 2014

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... inside, but worth, with a beautiful Roman temple aside. We could have killed for water there though... but no need for it, some intelligent business men sold water there... others sold roses and so... so finally I got a luck-bracelet which I couldn't take off in all the trip... and I don't think I was specially lucky after that... as you will see (or read) soon.


When in Rome....do as the tourists do?

A travel blog entry by rachels694 on Apr 25, 2014

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... Hall, the Palazzo Massimo, and the Palazzo Altemps. We had the pleasure of attended both the main museum and the Baths of Diocletian.

Of course, visiting the amazing churches of Rome is always on the lists of tourist. There are endless amounts of grand buildings from which to choose. I suggest getting a guide book and seeing what appeals to you. Some pick them for the history, others for the art. These churches are ...

Oh just going to the Pantheon for class.

A travel blog entry by rome_aq on Nov 05, 2013

... and a global perspective of evangelization. When you enter, it appears as if there is a dome midway through the ceiling...until you get closer and realize it is merely a painting. The builders ran out of funds, and so they decided to merely paint the ceiling as an illusion.

The last church we visited was Gesu, which is ...

Roman Colosseum

A travel blog entry by jacquichap on Sep 15, 2013

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... 509BC. The city's influence and territories grew throughout a range of local conquests and alliances from there, after finally defeating Carthage (nth Africa) following 3 extremely taxing wars, including Carthage Spain, and then on too Macedonia, the kingdom come republic entered a long period of civil strife that lead to the rise of the Roman Empire. The 1st dynasty was the "Julian" dynasty, not quite successfully commenced by Julias Caesar (who had 1st ruled ...

With the Bruce-Moores in Rome

A travel blog entry by soperclan on Jun 28, 2013

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... already having bought tickets.
We walked to the Pantheon only to find out it was a public holiday and had closed early. From there we joined the masses at the Trevi fountain and Spanish steps before returning home to a fresh fish dinner (although we have no idea what kind of fish it was - we couldn't understand anything at the market) and of course more gelato.

Sunday we saw the Roman Forum and then headed towards St Peter's and the Vatican ...