Hotel Mari 1

Via Palestro, 55, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Inn
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Rome in the day

A travel blog entry by rachbritton

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Roman Forum and Colosseum Tour

After finding our way back across the river, and into some lunch, we met with our group for our afternoon tour. The Roman Forum is a rectangular area in the city of Rome, surrounded by the ruins of ancient government buildings. It is a little bit weird this giant green area, scattered with ruins in the heart of Rome. But with the use of your imagination you can visual the great structures that once stood.

At one ...

Day 8 Topdeck Tour - When in Rome

A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw

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We started the frosty day with another super breakfast with even boiled eggs! We were given the option of taking a tour of the Vatican City this morning which the majority of our group took up. After catching a bus into the city we met up with a guide who used little audioguides to communicate to us. Was a great idea as he didn't have to yell at us and we just had the earpieces. Due to being part of a tour we skipped the lines but still had to go through security. No checking of ...

Italy - Rome

A travel blog entry by stephjames

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... in here. Not ideal when it's 28 degrees out. But the basilica was insane. It's so richly decorated. There's massive statues everywhere, paintings on all the walls, marble everywhere, big grand arches and entry ways and apparently the remains of the first ever pope lay there. The decorations are a little over the top in my opinion but whatever floats your boat. The next stop was very important - lunch. We shared a plate of bread, pasta, rice and Mediterranean salads ...

The Colloseum and Forum

A travel blog entry by steinsummer2013

We woke up to eat a very nice breakfast at our apartment-croissant, cereal, juice, buns, cream cheese (Sophie was happy about that) and most importantly.... Fresh cappuccino!
Then we had to wait until about noon, because someone (Jonah) couldn't get up
Finally we got it together and hit the road.
We walked all the way down to the Colloseum. Luckily, we had bought our tickets online and were able to walk right past ...

Awed by churches and our first ancient ruins...

A travel blog entry by fannyandshawn

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Buongiorno! What a day. It is raining as I write this, but yesterday was sunny and glorious in Rome. We ventured out from Tastevere and focused on Campo Di Fiori and the ancient Jewish ghetto across the Tiber. Just crossing the ponte Cestio (bridge) to the other side was so beautiful it took me 20 minutes to pry myself away from the ponte itself! As we wandered the streets with some idea of where we wanted to head to- we stumbled upon our first ancient ruin: the The teatro Marcellus. ...

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