38 Viminale Street

Via del Viminale N. 38, Rome, Lazio, Italy | Inn
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Thirty-six hours of contrasts

A travel blog entry by merlest54

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... so by its glacial origins according to the geographer.

Our flight was late into Helsinki and the two hours we were supposed to have in transit turned into a very frantic 50 minutes. Despite the fact that we were only transiting, and in the interests of safety, once more into the scanning breach dear friends we headed. Now remember, we had been scanned in Brisbane then Singapore and now Helsinki. The queue was long and the scanning slow and ...

Magnificent Monuments

A travel blog entry by louize74

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At the end of the Colosseum tour we were told that there was a complementary addition to the tour if we wanted to take it. We were now going to be taken over to the Palatine Hill and then the Roman Forum. This was so exciting, a little more history to finish of the day.

So our new guide was a young American girl, she was excellent throughout the tour showing us some amazing ruins and telling us about them. We started at ...

Back at the Airport

A travel blog entry by naddlepaddle

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... couldn't read the labels so just went by the coolest design haha) and some grapes and went to chill out on the rooftop patio. This morning the others told me they'd seen a sign in a cafe/bar across the road advertising a breakfast special of cappuccino + croissant for €1.50 (under $3 NZ) and I'm only gutted I didn't notice this the other mornings ( although my waistline will thank me for it!). It was a pick your own croissant sort of scenario and I had a hard time ...

And on to Rome

A travel blog entry by marjen13

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... for the width of the axles to fit through and you can see evidence of that. There were bakeries, restaurants and even one place that served from warming counters with deep vats built in made of special stone that was renowned for holding the heat. We could see how life was lived on a day to day basis, water fountains at cross points to collect water, rich families had water piped in using lead pipes. There were bath houses that really were steam houses as ...

Brown bread Bob Hopes

A travel blog entry by johnjeed

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... Police.

We headed back to the Hotel where we enjoyed a nice meal and bottle of wine. There were many beas unfortunately which were attracted to the food.

Afterwards we watched the closing ceremony of the Olympics - which started the same day we started our trip back in Munich some 16 days ago. The distance we have now traveled - 2930 km.

Monday and Tuesday we will spend exploring the sights of Rome.
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This inn, located in the Castro Pretorio area of Rome, is near Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Appian Line Tours Rome, Teatro dell'Opera, and Teatro dell'Opera di Roma.
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