Venetia Palace Hotel

Via Marghera 47/A, Rome, Lazio, 185, Italy | 4 star hotel
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Day 6 - 11: Rome to Interlaken

A travel blog entry by holly_bear4

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We arrived in
Rome at around 4:30 and found our hotel with only a bit of confusion! We check
into our room and the first thing we notice is that it smells kind of funny. I
wasn’t going to say anything because it wasn’t that bad. But then, I was
exploring the room and opened up the mini fridge and it smelled really bad. …

Rome day 2 - Colosseum & Pantheon

A travel blog entry by mjstein

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... lunch along the way. We got a great close-up view of several of the sights we'd seen yesterday on our bus tour. We also got to explore some smaller streets and alleys. We ended up eating lunch at L'Antica Birreria Peroni, a very lively beer-hall-style restaurant. We fuelled up on spaghetti pomodoro & spaghetti carbonara, both delicious, and walked the last 5 minutes to the famous fountain. The fountain was certainly lovely, but the piazza was so crowded that we took ...

Pronto Soccorso

A travel blog entry by sorialsights

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... go shopping yesterday and today was not really an excuse to stay in WiFi reach so as to watch the state of origin at Midday. Bloody Queenslanders. Esibizionista is the Italian word for streaker in case you are interested and some of the online commentary suggested we should be recruiting this big fella to our forward pack next year as he is the only New South Welshman to have run 95m without being tackled on the night.
Anyway I actually missed all ...

When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by mattadore

This morning, after our less than exciting B&B breakfast, we headed out with a plan to see some of the sites and more of the food orientated neighbourhoods. First stop though was the train station to book our ticket for Ancona. Then it was on to the Colloseum. We walked there from the train station. When we got there we knew it would be tourist central so we had prepared ourselves for the onslaught. The queue for tickets into the Colloseum was over an hour long. ...

More of life on board

A travel blog entry by mcloughlin

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... the coastguard boat – it was quite scary! Most of the passengers were hanging over the rails watching the drama.

We had 2 new speakers join the ship at Athens. One is a British Professor of Physics who is talking on climate change, so that’s pretty interesting. The other is a lady (another retired academic) who is talking on the history of the Mediterranean, also ...

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