Hotel San Marco

Via Villafranca 1, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $96.00

Travel Blogs from Rome

Rome, Italy

A travel blog entry by rewillis


... recognized, I got off and walked to the Colosseum. What a treasure, and such history. There is so much to see and understand...way too much for one day... After, I went walking...Parthenon, Piazza Navona areas. Wonderful history..lots of street vendors though.... Took the metro and H bus to Travestere area and had a delicious pasta dinner at Ristorante San Cosimato (16.5€). Home and then off to bed..big day ...

The past year.

A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz


... of this unpredictable life of mine! I miss you all so much and while most 21 year olds wish for an endless supply of vodka ;) I just wish for good health and an awesome year with the best family and friends a girl could have!

Now its time for me to get some sleep since I will be picking Larissa and Ingrid up at the airport in the early morning!! I am sure I will have a lot of fun things to report back and hopefully a lot of good food pics to post as well.


When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by millys77


... It was just huge and full of awesome statues in front of it, on top of it, in fact they seemed everywhere! I marvelled at this and told Jo she had to see it! We took some lovely photos here and explored around it best we could given time was short. Soon though it was time to say farewell to Rome, a truly amazing city with a lot more to offer than we saw. We reluctantly slipped into our business class seats in the 220mph train and headed back to ...

Miles and Miles, Churches and Ruins

A travel blog entry by ethansamjencol


... pagan obelisk. This dates from the first century. There are many of thesein rome however most have all been retrofited with crosses to identify these as Christian symbols rather than Pagan. In the late 16th century Santa Maria sopra Minerva underwent transformation. Thomas Aquinas, ...

Rome by the Day

A travel blog entry by bliebenow


... stop their trucks to catch up, the solitary workers talk on the phone or text constantly, and almost no one sits alone at a café. If I would have traveled here alone, I think I would have been incredibly lonely.

I really enjoyed my time in Italy, but I am not sad to go. They say you should leave when you still want to be somewhere, and I feel like we are leaving at the perfect time. I will miss Italy, but I am very excited for France!


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