Noto Rome

Via Calatafimi 12, Rome, Lazio, 00185 , Italy | 4 star hotel

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A travel blog entry by megsineurope


The tour that I booked is London & Paris, and it has three different extensions: Amsterdam, Rome, and Paris. Jess is the only person who booked the Paris extension. The people going on the Amsterdam extension included Kat, Bree, Jess, Ben, and Eric. All the ones I had become the closest with. I would be going to Rome and saying goodbye to them …

Oops I Did It Again

A travel blog entry by jcdanovich

... class. Just a reminder, on days we have class the first one is from 8-10 am and then the second one is 10am-12. Classes are going well. It really is like I stepped back into high school. The conversations about the literature and themes are almost identical and people are constantly making very nerdy jokes. After class, we had lunch and then a free afternoon. A group of us were going to head in to Rome, but we waited over forty five minutes for a bus to come ...

Arrival and Orientation; Day 1 and 2

A travel blog entry by inboccaallupo


... were all lovely to talk to - and I was surprised by the amount of Americans visiting for fun!

Taxi ride was a little nerve wracking (mainly because driving is SO different here) but we got to our apartment complex in one piece. Danielle and I split up here after checking in because we were assigned different rooms. I got a lovely (and honestly way nicer than I expected) apartment on the 4th floor. It's a really nice set up (pictures to come) and ...

When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by reinapaul


... take it out of you. We rested in the morning and watched a few episodes of Breaking Bad. After the rain stopped we headed towards the colosseum. On the way there we stopped to visit the very first Catholic Church, San Giovanni basilica. It is the most ancient church in the world and hold statues inside of each apostle.

The colosseum was an easy walk from our apartment and possibly one of the most impressive sights in Rome. Admission was a bit ...


A travel blog entry by oneluckygirl


... Palentine Hill, which were very near to the Colosseum. Later we decided to do a 4D movie theatre that talked about the history of Rome. We sat in these things that moved around, and some information was interesting but I got pretty bad motion sickness. Every morning, we had the typical breakfast of sugary pastries. I think we also ate pizza every day we were in Rome. I don't know how the Italians get their daily nutrition just eating all that bread. ...

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