No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Rome
... dinner...it is a more authentic area of Rome with less tourists...it was by far the best dinner yet.
St. Angelo's Castle/Borghese Gallery Tour/Piazza di Popolo
St. Angelo's Castle was built as a mausoleum for the Emperor Hadrian. Legend holds that St. Michael the Archangel appeared in 590 upon Hadrian's tomb and ended the great plague. It was truly amazing to see the great works ...
September 23rd: We had a "Study Day" but I'm pretty sure they just called it a study day because they didn't want to admit it was just another free day. We really didn't have too much to study for but regardless, I still did some homework and then did some shopping for snacks. That was the first time I had gone shopping by myself since being in Rome, so I found out how it would be to struggle in another language by yourself. I had purchased a six pack of large waters and I put ...
When we got to Rome we had a tour guide of the Vatican, couldn't understand a word of what she was saying but it was good and went into the sisteenth chapel after the tour some of our group got lost and we had to look for them. Then we went back to the campsite were we were staying in caravans and ordered dinner at the restaurant and just had a quiet night used some wifi and went to bed. The next day we had an early start and had a guided tour of ...
... alley ways, it was about as Italian of a place as I could imagine. The people here were so friendly and happy to serve me delicious alcoholic beverages. We went to Courtney's favorite place and had a couple brews, before heading home to change and get ready to go out for the night. We decided to head back to the same area and boy was this place buzzing, if you ever make it to Rome, go to Trastevere. We drink all night outside of several bars, and had ...
... It is really spectaculor!
Other places we viewed were Piazza delia Repubblica, the Teateo deli'Opera, and Piazza S. Bernardo where we visited the Church.
All this was covered by foot and the streets are hilly at times. Needless to say we are pretty tired after the long walk in the intense heat. We feel like we have accomplished quite a bit on our first day in Rome.
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility