Noto Rome

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


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 …

Cooking Class

A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz


... pork loin or fillet), grated cheese, mild and soft grated cheese (like edamer), egg, leftover bread soaked into milk, salt and pepper. Mix it very well, powerfully, and set aside for a good half an hour just to season it. Then shape into meatballs and roll them into the breadcrumbs. In the meantime, in a large frying pan over low heat, stir in the garlic with E.V. olive oil and cook until it starts to brown. Now it's time to brown the meatballs into the frying pan ...

Market and Monuments Week Two

A travel blog entry by serinakoester


... wishing we could have had lunch there. Remembering the path along the historical aqua road we had ironically made it back, hopefully not counting against the coins we had thrown in the nearby fountain just days before. Now we were in synch with meal time so took a seat for two on the street and ordered up grilled vegetables, seafood pasta, a delicious Birra Moretti Grand Cru while families and couples filled in around us. ...

Day 1 in Rome

A travel blog entry by kezza12


... tunnels etc where slaves would ensure the smooth running of the villa.

It is a MUST see if you are ever in Rome. Its an amazing place and we didn't even see it all.

Our next stop was the Villa D'Este or Tivoli gardens, up in the hills above Hadrian's Villa. Although the gardens were built 1500 years later, the Cardinal who built them has many parts of Hadrian's Villa in his estate. It was called recycling in the day, but it basically amounted ...

I've got faith, faith of the heart

A travel blog entry by pegsaroni


... Steps. Here I managed to snap a few pictures showing what the majority of the major rivers in Europe look like. The Seine, the Liffy, the Urumea, and from what I've read in the book London, the Thames, all these rivers have a very similar feel, often tidal, all have been caged in with walls to make them more of a canal than river. It all makes sense though. All those cities on those rivers, became major cities from way back when because of the trade from the rivers. We ...

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