Magnagrecia

Via Magnagrecia 106, Rome, Lazio, 00183, Italy | Hotel
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Some Pictures and Revisits of Rome Sights

A travel blog entry by fromcathyp

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... to take a taxi to meet her!!

Belinda and I had a two hour lunch near her language school and then we shopped for shoes!! Very nice afternoon and we both did well on the shoe front and enjoyed our time together. It's much nicer to go shopping with someone and be able to ask for an opinion ....... it's a girl thing!!

Here is a few of the best photographs from the last couple of days.

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Rome Wasn't Visited in a Day

A travel blog entry by zo_zo

310

... arena, lower down, were reserved for the most important people. So, the farther up you were sitting, the less important you were. But the seats were literally reserved for you if you were a politician or incredibly rich person or something; the important seats had names carved into them. The stage wasn't just a flat stage, but actually had a whole maze of tunnels and rooms under it were animals and prisoners and such were stored and transported. There were also ...

Wow!

A travel blog entry by andydearlove

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... left to our own devices until 1400 where we had to meet Greg who would take us on our next part of our tour in The Forum. During this free time I found the ruins very interesting and the free water which was available was most welcome as the heat was horrendous. I was absolutely dripping which is not an attractive thought at all but I was not the only one. Clearly sweating ...

Last stop, ROME!

A travel blog entry by angienic3

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... we were cows being herded through corridors. Luckily, instead of the butcher at the end, was the Sistine Chapel and Basilica. That part made it all worth it! Everything is just so MASSIVE and intricate.. pretty impressive.

By then, we were extremely hot, hadn't eaten and getting grumpy. We b-lined for a cold gatorade and food to recover from the 3 hour stroll through the Vatican. We thought we might want to see the Trevi Fountain on this day but didn't want to ...

Another day in Roma

A travel blog entry by debcaruso

3

... the top look like a canopy. I approach an Italian woman who seems to know alot about this place and she tells me, as if I am stupido, they are Umbrella Pine trees and they are all over Rome. Okay, so I'm from Canada, who knew???? Now on to the Roman Forum and they say this tour should take about 2 hours. We have been here all morning and it is so incredible to be in a place with so much history, who wants to leave. But it is noon and we ...

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