Le Scuderie Di Roma

Address: Via Palermo 13, Rome, Lazio, 184, Italy | Hotel
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Rainy Rome

A travel blog entry by mandyjak on Jul 22, 2014

4 photos

... to this site, the Heavens opened and the rain was really heavy this time. Umbrellas and poncho's didn't stop us getting soaked. Our guide just kept walking and talking, not missing a beat! She could literally talk under water!!!! Street stallholders came from all directions trying to sell umbrellas and more ponchos and they did a roaring trade! We all stood around the park outside the Colosseum wearing our multicoloured ponchos - it was a sea of colour similar to when ...

Crypts, gardens and underground cities

A travel blog entry by go_gifford on Apr 05, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... br> Just down the hill on our way out of Villa Borghese, is Piazza Del Popolo. A lovely piazza buzzing with people. You would never know that it was once used for public executions. We came across these two amazing bubble makers. The bubbles were huge and the boys has a great time popping the enormous bubbles with other kids.

From here was the first Metro ride for us all, we were on our way to a fairly dodgey looking part of Rome to see ...

Starting to fall behind again

A travel blog entry by gmamarilu on Nov 04, 2013

2 comments, 25 photos

... s and then to the Sistine Chapel and some Michaelangelo. After a quick lunch, we made our way to St Peters, walked through alternating between a dropped jaw and tears. God loves me. And you. It was All Souls Day, which is a European holiday, I guess. The Vatican was closed on All Saints Day the day before and is always closed on Sundays, so the crowds were crazy. If we ...

Early morning in Rome then onto Positano

A travel blog entry by amoreitaly on Jul 27, 2013

15 photos

... is just as good, if not better than the one I'd had in Rome.

From my spot by the pool I listen to children shouting and watch as they jump off the cliffs into the turquoise water below...casually thinking perhaps on another day I will do the same..

Around 5.30pm when the temperature cools down I walk the short distance by road (under 10min), tucking myself into the side of the road to avoid being hit by motorists on the narrow road, and make my way ...

Ancient Rome by day, modern by night

A travel blog entry by abi.latham on May 14, 2013

2 comments, 20 photos

... of earthquakes.

Thankfully one of the early Popes saw it as the church's responsibility to preserve art and heritage (thus the massive collections in Vatican) so they declared it essentially an historic site and gave it protection. Another interesting fact is that it had huge canvas awnings that could cover the top for weather protection of sun or rain. I am fast unlearning a perception I have that the people 2 thousand years ago (and more) were far behind us ...