Orto di Roma

Via di Grotta Perfetta,551, Rome, Lazio, 00142, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Rome: History, Culture & Culinary Delights

A travel blog entry by shirley-george

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... Broadway, but this was free to Roman citizens.

We continued on to the Forum ahead of the crowds. This was the center of ancient Rome and a place for politics, worship, and trade. This area was used over a period of 900 years, and although in ruins, one can still imagine the hustle and bustle of the large city.

A short 20 minute walk took us to Palatine Hill, the area where the emperors built their sumptuous ...

Rome (Day 2)

A travel blog entry by paynefamily

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... the Roman Forum. This has so much history but unfortunately not alot of tourists visit and to be honest, had it not been a part of the ticket, we probably would have been one of those statistics. If you get to Rome, you need to see this wonder as well. Although not preserved as well as the Colosseum, there are a lot of ruins and you can still get the layout of what was once there including this was central Rome, roads leading to Rome, churches, castles ...

Day 29 - Rome

A travel blog entry by nolesy65

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Woke up early this morning as we had to catch the airport at 6.30am. Managed to grab a last minute bit of breakfast before leaving the Novotel in Paris. As we were unsure of metro times we had decided to catch a cab to where the shuttle left from and made it in the nick of time after getting the long route from the cab! This time we had both of our boarding passes and other than a long wait in line departure was smooth. Tony got some great photos ...

Rome - Museum and Churches

A travel blog entry by tammyandsteve

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... original mosaics. After about an hour and a half, I was totally done with all that history. Steve could have stayed all day. Next we went to the largest public bathhouse in Rome and Saint Maria degil Angeli Church. Both were very fascinating. After that, we walked through this great little neighborhood to get to the Pope's church, San Giovanni Laterano. Oh my ...

First day is Germany then Rome

A travel blog entry by jake13101

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... br> into a woman with our names printed on apiece of paper. Well she stated out
luggage was still in Germany lol just our luck. So we decided to go out to meet
the driver. We finally found the drive to take us to the hotel. The trip was
about 45 minutes. The driver took
us out to the sticks and pulled off the main road in a secluded area. Now I was
a little concerned were we going to be jumped? Finally ...

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