Rome Lodge

Via Senorbi 89/b, Rome, Lazio, 00148, Italy | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Via Senorbi 89/b, Rome, is near Miles & Miles Tour Company, Rome Connection, Villa Doria Pamphilj, and Church of Santa Cecilia.
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Day 19

A travel blog entry by 4girls on Jul 19, 2014

7:25am wake up call from Emily as breakfast was at 7:30. Claire made it to breakfast but Chloe, Jayde and Lauren used breakfast time to pack their bags. Left the camping grounds at 8:15 for a 2 1/2 hour drive to the service stop to find a note on the door written in Italian with no one inside. Martin drove us to another service stop where we all jumped off to wee then proceeded onto Rome. Jess walked us around Rome ...

Roma, Italia

A travel blog entry by bwells on Mar 01, 2014

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... to meet the school. My first impression of the metro was not the greatest; as the train pulled up I don't think there was an inch on it that wasn't covered in graffiti. Mix that with people shoving their way in, crammed shoulder to shoulder and it doesn't make for the most pleasant experience. At our metro stop it was then a fifteen minute walk to the hotel in a light rain. For some reason, Cole decided to sing "let it rain" to which the skies replied with a downpour. ...

A Day in Rome

A travel blog entry by humans2013 on Aug 21, 2013

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... is the B & B Vatican suites not a bad place. Once we revived ourselves we headed off to do some sight seeing first was hop on hop off bus tour we walked a fair distance to this from our apartment but on the way we were certainly accosted by many different people gypsy beggars, people selling all manner of things hats, ...

"Private tour of Rome"

A travel blog entry by bug23 on Jul 16, 2013

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... love a statue!
On through the lane ways we travelled, already struggling in the stifling humidity, till we came upon one of Rome’s more surprising sights – the Trevi Fountain, or Fontana di Trevi, a huge, very Baroque gush of water over statues and rocks built onto the backside of a Renaissance palace.
More impressive was the two junk trinket sellers who had set up right in front of it!
Oh, and the Centurion strutting about!
They ...

The Eternal City

A travel blog entry by emilystanton on Jun 26, 2013

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Rome is a city filled with hundreds of ancient ruins. As we entered the city, we saw the city walls built by the ancient Romans. The walls surrounded the entire city and were built with a total of 18 entrances into the city that are still used today as modern entrances. Along with the city walls, we also saw aqueducts that have been preserved for thousands of years, some of which are still used ...