Magnagrecia

Address: Via Magna Grecia 106, Rome, Lazio, 00183, Italy | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Florence to Rome

A travel blog entry by ptpope on Oct 11, 2014

2 comments, 92 photos

... attraction today is Sienna, a medieval town famous for Palio horse races which are held twice a year. There are 17 areas, each of which have their own coat of arm, colors and horses. Preparation for the race takes the entire year although the race itself only lasts for 3 minutes. There is a large space in the middle of the Piazza del Campo with a track running around it. Scads of people stand in the center and turn 360 degrees as the horses race around ...

Ancient Rome

A travel blog entry by cpickess on Sep 07, 2014

22 photos

... with mushrooms and peas, a glass of wine. (I wrote this because I know I won't remember. We are still on the hunt for that amazing meal!) The table next to us had a tame version of the Soprano family. They obviously knew the owner and bantered loudly in Italian to each other and the staff. Random food items kept appearing on their table that no one else seemed to have. Grant wanted the patriarch of the family to adopt him or at least be ...

Rome Day Three

A travel blog entry by emd10001 on May 27, 2014

8 photos

Woke up and had breakfast then got ready to begin our free day. We walked to the Stasa Cafe (a place Tori found in the travel book). It was a place locals go and it was fabulous- sat outside and enjoyed cappuccino, coffee, and Nutella filled croissant (so much Nutella)!

Then we walked to Borghese Gardens and enjoyed more breathtaking views- from one view we saw much of the city including the Basilica.

After ...

Rome-ing the World

A travel blog entry by tcoleman on Jan 29, 2014

15 comments

... virtually on my own I can only turn to myself and rely on that person. In a unfamiliar place, not knowing a lick of the language, and knowing next to no one, the only thing I brought with me from home is a headshot of my grandpa. As long as I got my buddy Carl with me I have all the exploring spirit I could ever want. My studies, my travels, my fun, these blogs, are dedicated to him. All my love from Rome!


Never Stop Exploring.


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Day 2.5 Waking up in Turkey, going to bed in Rome!

A travel blog entry by vagari on Nov 28, 2013

1 photo

Sooo, we landed in Rome where a driver was waiting for us (Demian, I'm including the picture you requested of him holding a sign with my name on it. J ).

He dropped us off near our apartment, since there is no road that goes all the way to it, and sent us off walking in the right direction. We found the correct place and were greeted by our very sweet, very gregarious hostess and shown to our fantastic apartment. ...