Le Charme House

Via Bixio 32, Rome, Lazio, 185, Italy | Inn
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Rome Wasn't Visited in a Day

A travel blog entry by zo_zo


... I very much dislike one of my professors and I knew it would be poorly organized, so I chose to sleep in slightly (judge me if you must, but I was POOPED.) I didn't sleep in the whole time though; we had some drawing homework like we do every week, but this week's assignment was to sketch anything done by the sculptor Bernini. We knew we would be seeing some Bernini sculptures in the Galleria Borghese later, but we also knew that they didn't allow ANY baggage ...

Roman Colosseum

A travel blog entry by jacquichap


... Ionian, and Corinthian columns respectively going up from ground level on each wall. In its heyday each arch was adorned with a statue. 80 entrances consist the arches on each walls ground floor, and each looms over 50 metres in height. Entries were defined by social status from the emporer's entrance and then the the consul's entrance which lead to private boxes, the Vestal Virgins, and the imperial family, then down the social ranking to defined ...

Day 21 - Pantheon, Ostia Antica, Capuchin Crypt

A travel blog entry by 5lowesonthego


... at Grom, our second favorite gelato place) and to watch this young man make amazing paintings with spray paint. The kids were fascinated.

We had an interesting event on the metro today. There was a woman, holding a young child, who tried to get her hand inside Dan's shorts pocket (a side pocket with a Velcro flap). Dan had a Rick Steves Italian phrase book in his pocket and nothing else of much value. He stared down at the woman ...

Rome city of churches

A travel blog entry by jimcolsimpson


... they volunteered because they were prisoners sentenced to life in prison or to be executed, so took their chances in the ring. The weaker gladiators were often sacrificed to the lions etc. as pure entertainment for the crowd; the arena could seat 60,000 people. The animals were kept across the way from the arena [which means blood in Latin] there were elephants, giraffes, lions, and tigers. Some of the gladiators ...

Vatican, Sistine and St. Peters.

A travel blog entry by tpelaia


... several hours with Apple and Rogers trying to fix my phone (hence the reason the blog is late). I also met 2 guys from Colorado. They were very funny and had many stories to share.

I'm going to have a low key day today (Saturday) I was invited to hang out with them today so we will see what the day brings.


True or False: There are several fountains all over Rome. You can drink the water from most of ...


This inn, located in the Esquilino area of Rome, is near Romaround Tours, Scala Santa and chapel of San Lorenzo, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, and Palazzo del Freddo.
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