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Travel Blogs from Rome

Inside the Vatican and Roman Colesium

A travel blog entry by stuart.snyder on Sep 26, 2014

14 photos

This was the first day of our tour and we went through the Vatican museums, the Sistine chapel, and St Peters Basilica. We went up the spiral staircase used by old popes to get to the Etruscan museum, the people who lived in Rome before the Roman Empire. We then walked to a square and through a corridor of Roman statues, to another corridor, which had many fine statues, tapestries, and maps ...

Rome wasn't built in a day!

A travel blog entry by katie.jefferson on Jul 03, 2014

20 photos

... packing up and making our way to the train station to catch a bus out to the airport. We were pleased to get there with plenty of time and enjoyed food from a couple of the shops in the the departure lounge before getting onto our plane and heading back to Malta! We really enjoyed our time in Rome, it was lovely and hot and the city was much tidier and with a much nicer atmosphere than we were expecting. A few delicious meals helped our opinions along too!! I'm sure we'll be ...


A travel blog entry by carlsen456 on Jun 15, 2014

48 photos

... had been. We learned about the elavators they used to change the props and to surprise the gladiators with new opponents, human or animal. We can't wait now to watch some movies, like Gladiator, when we get back. On the walk home we peeked into the pantheon. We had learned previously that the structure has been around approximately 1900 years. It started to rain hard. We went to the hotel for a few hours to rest and wait it out. Around 4 we headed out ...

ROMA - Day 2 - Roaming in Rome

A travel blog entry by daniellelyrette on Apr 13, 2014


... the Spanish Stairs, and maybe the Borghese Villa and Gardens.

- Danielle

P. S. Those of you waiting for photo highlights are going to be out of luck. As we've been touring, we've been carrying my little Sony Cybershot, which we wouldn't be too broken up about if it was stolen. The iPad stays back at the apartment, which is where I am blogging from. These two devices have no means of linking up, so I can't uploads pics of any of our adventures. ...

The best saved for last - the Eternal City

A travel blog entry by sntj on Dec 10, 2013

2 comments, 58 photos

... with its littered streets, cars parked on the sidewalks, and graffiti everywhere,

We bought week-long public transport passes which saw us through till our last day. Good system because it allowed us to use Metro, trams and buses on the same ticket. Metro system is very quick and will allow you to get to a number of the main attractions around the city. Trams open up another 40% of the city including Trastevere on the west bank of the ...