Via della Pisana, 1111, Rome, Lazio, 00163, Italy | Hotel
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Rome goes to the top of the class!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree


... began with a procession through the streets where placards announced the reasons for the death sentences and the names of the fighters. The morning's spectacle must have been pretty barbaric as this is when capital punishment was carried out by throwing the condemned into the arena naked and unarmed whilst the spectators watched them being torn apart by wild animals.......makes your stomach churn!

Then followed the hunters who had ...

Rome-ing around Italy

A travel blog entry by tommyforrest


... to get to the Vatican. First impressions of St Peter's Basilica was that it was impressive, however maybe it was slightly over-hyped. And then I went inside. The interior of St Peter's is off the hook. Everywhere you look is something amazing and so detailed they must have taken years to complete. I couldn't believe some of the mosaics hanging up, they looked so much like paintings it was ridiculous. I took a few photos but realised that there's no way that photo's will do ...

When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by hanalou


... public transport which was scary but much quicker. We did the Pantheon, Spanish Steps and the Trevi fountain and a lot of window shopping. We did throw money in over our shoulders, so we should get back to Rome at some point! We got the train to the airport and now we're in KL! I'll update you all on that later but right now I'm off for as much chicken satay as I can eat! Miss you all and love you loads ...

Lunch with the Pope

A travel blog entry by journey_team

... them we didn't want to stay since Chapel not open, and quickly exited. Afterwards, we started walking around to different sites. Walked to and along the river past the Castle St. Angelo, the Tribunal, across the Ponte bridge, past Emperor Augustine's Mausoleum, over to the Piazza del Popolo, to and up the Spanish Steps, over to the Trevi Fountain (again huge and impressive, except for all the ...

Music in the Air

A travel blog entry by dawn.meiklejohn


... a sister, middle aged adults who were so harmonious you could tell they have spent their lives playing together. Nothing great to report in the food line, except that I stand with the New York Times on the gelato competition. I ordered pistachio again so I wouldn't be comparing apples and oranges and they weren't even close! I've enjoyed the beautiful sunny weather, ...


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