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Travel Blogs from Rome

Travel & Arrival!

A travel blog entry by angela.stringer


... little lost - Lynda knew where we were but I argued & eventually the iPhone took us back :) Lynda was right! After a glass of wine & some fruit at our place we all headed out to spend a little while getting our bearings and find a pizza for early tea.

Dinner at a little restaurant called La Fontane across the road. Yummy food & lovely friendly service. Home to bed, after about 40 hours with no sleep I slept like a ...

Rome - Day 11

A travel blog entry by coznlinda


... in the Square was really fantastic. I remember seeing Pope Benedict XVI and the excitement of the crowd but it wasn't at this decibel. A man from Chicago told me that he has seen The Rolling Stones twelve times and he thought he had seen everything. A guard later told me that over 50,000 people attended mass today. My Italian lady friends held my chair while I stood on it to get a better shot as the Pope went by---they were almost more excited about the photo I got as I was and ...

Rome - Day 3

A travel blog entry by heypishvai


... no luck finding the face, so we hailed a taxi and had him take us to our favorite gelato shop: Giolitti.

I had a fondente chocolate (dark) and nutella gelatto cone, and Amie had a fondente and caramel gelato cup. We of course had some limoncello as our digestive.

We walked back to the room, past the Trevi Fountain one last time. Flying back home in the morning. Thank you Europe for the good times! Until next time.

Signing off.

All Roads Lead to Rome...

A travel blog entry by ashpiccirillo


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It was hot. Very hot. I was so thankful for the water I had brought along! It's funny to think I was so cold in the UK, now it's all of a sudden summer, then it will be cold again when we get home! 3 seasons in 10 weeks...

Mt. Vesuvius looms in the background, a grim reminder of how this city was buried and forgotten for 1500 years... The sight of plaster casts of people who perished in the disaster was sobering.

We could have spent all day exploring ...


A travel blog entry by tagmoore


... the museum entrance. The roads were packed and police had come in to block of side streets and organize crowds. There must have been over a hundred thousand people who'd come to catch a glimpse of the new Pope from his apartment window. After a good half an hour waiting in the sun crushed by the mobs of people, it became clear that he probably wasn't going to show after all. A few ambulances had to push their way through to the square, presumably to tend to people ...


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