Casa Vacanze Anna

Via Brescia 16, Rome, Lazio, Italy | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Buongiorno Roma!

A travel blog entry by jmuir82


... version of the tour. Oops. So back down to the audio guide booth to exchange it and the lady who have then to us said "bambini?!" and laughed. Nick got his big boy audio guide and went on our way with our tour. We spent a good 2 hours in the Colosseum seeing everything, taking photos, listening to the proper audio tour. It was interesting to learn that not only did gladiators fight here, but during an exhibition (which was an entire day of shows, about 170 times a year) there would be ...


A travel blog entry by aliciabiancon


... be. Luckily! We met someone with a mini bus and he took us to where our car was. Our car is a Peugeot 5008. It is so spacious. It is a 7 seater, with a sunroof, HEAPS of boot space and, of course, left hand driver. We went to our hotel called Aurelia Residence. It was so beautiful!! Again I am sharing a room with Josh. This time my room has an ensuite. The shower was a massage shower. What a massage shower does ...

Rome Wrap Up

A travel blog entry by stuitfam

... we could count. *Cutting the line was kind of rampant here. *I don't know if drinking in the streets is illegal or not, but it was happening all over. The streets on Saturday morning were littered with bottles & cups. *I don't know how the women walk in heels on the cobblestone. I don't know how most people could wear jeans in the 85 degree heat ...

Are you not entertained?!?

A travel blog entry by holly.buckman


... name) had just quit her job of 4 years in LA (although she was born and raised in Washington) and decided to travel Europe for 3 months, which seems pretty badass if you ask me. The other woman always slept in pretty late and had been in Rome for a few days already and we talked about the American drinking age and how she preferred the typical "English breakfasts" (fried toast, bacon which is really ham, beans, fried eggs, fried everything else) to "European ...

A Day of Reflection

A travel blog entry by novaceks


... It is the final resting place of foreigners, dating back to the 1800's, including poet John Keats. It is set amongst trees and well tendered individual garden beds. The place is just brimming with life. Imagine soft balmy weather, stillness (despite being in the centre of Rome), delightful tweets and whistles of small birds in coniferous trees, and the sweet smell of jasmine and roses. There is nothing sterile or ...


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