Hotel Solis

Via Cavour 311, Rome, Lazio, 184, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Roma you not my homa

A travel blog entry by ceseal


... dock. Today for cruise ships were docked as well as a number of commercial vessels.

It was important that we had one last breakfast and bid goodbye to our crew before our scheduled departure from the yacht at about 830 am. Before leaving the yacht, we collected our passports at the reception desk of the yacht and proceeded to the gangway which lead to a building in which the crew had deposited our luggage. Immediately upon exiting the building we were directed to ...


A travel blog entry by drclad


Following an early start, we arrived into Rome at about midday and checked into Hotel Golden, which was very friendly but very small! We proceeded to explore everything we could in a day including the Collosseum (covered in scaffolding would you believe), Vatican City and St. Peter's Basillica which was utterly immense and had an impressive number of dead Popes. It was pretty cool ...

The rain finally caught up with us, sadly!

A travel blog entry by christianbjork

... right as you walked in you could see Michelangelo's "La Pieta" which was as beautiful as one expects. It was super far away but I still got a nice good look at it, and with my super zoom got a few excellent pics. Then we walked around another hour or so, admiring the countless beautiful pieces of work before heading back out. We got to the covered border of the Square and it started raining ...

Vatican and more

A travel blog entry by mupebo


... than before. We gave up and headed for the line. We were greeted by the customary 'skip the line' people, who preach that we can skip the hour wait for only €60, not happening on this gap year.... The line ended up taking a surprisingly short 30 minutes and were ready. We saw a sign that we could climb to the top of the basilica which appealed to both of us, especially Sophie who had been unable to climb it last ...

Florence to Rome

A travel blog entry by hbhs_on_tour


... vineyards and olive groves, and it seems as if we're adjusting to a slower pace of life ourselves. After the bustle of Florence, San Gemignano is a welcome break. Once again we find ourselves there before the main tourist influx and its a pleasure to explore the winding alleyways of the towered village. This was once a prosperous place and, in medieval times, something of a property race took place as the wealthy strove to build a ...

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