Rossana Guest House

Via Marghera 49, Rome, Lazio, 185, Italy | Inn
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Arrived in Rome!

A travel blog entry by mjstein


... without stopping. There was a brief moment of tension as our suitcases came a bit late off the carousel, but once we'd retrieved them, it was an easy exit through the "nothing to declare" door. Our pre-arranged transfer coordinator was waiting with a sign bearing our name, and he phoned our driver to let him know we'd arrived. While we waited, Matt was able to top-up the ...

Friends, Romans, Countrymen

A travel blog entry by sorialsights


... persecution of Christians.
Circus Maximus was another stop and bigger than Ben Hur as the movie was shot here for it's chariot races. A public space for competitions it could house 4 ANZ stadiums.
We wrapped up our segway tour without incident, now converted fans of this 2 wheel form of transportation.
Quick pizza stop then off to the Vatican for the procession through the Vatican museum. Multiple halls full of too many displays to ...

Saturday morning in Rome

A travel blog entry by sblady


I am sitting by the window of our apartment inRome, listening to the church bells ring, sipping a cup of good strong coffee. I slept well, and Frank and Susi are still asleep so hopefully, they got good rest too. Today we will take it easy- find the grocery store, get our "sea legs" and explore the neighborhood. Later- we just returned from walking to the open air market in the Piazza to buy fruit, cheese , bread , water. What else do we ...

Visiting ancient Rome

A travel blog entry by danp


... any text or even figures.

This church contains the tombs of several famous people: Saint Helena, the mother of Constantine is buried in a monument to the left of the altar. The medieval traveller Pietro della Valle is also buried here, as is the man who discovered the Laocoon statuary group, and countless popes, military leaders and their families. But I was more interested in the statue of Bambino, the little statue of Jesus carved ...

Roma at full speed

A travel blog entry by melstravels


... fountains, fountains everywhere) and Teatro dell’Opera (we were 10 days too early to catch Romeo and Juliet – rats!).

For dinner that night I checked out Trip Advisor for a recommendation food good food close to us. The closest to us was ranked #2 in our search and was Pipero al Rex. Turned out, Pipero al Rex was a pretty fancy price and cost us a pretty penny, but the atmosphere was classy, the wait staff very helpful and ...

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