Il Glicine - Colosseo

Via Leonina, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy | Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIl Glicine - Colosseo Rome

Reviewed by cheesblog

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Reviewed Jul 4, 2013
by (19 reviews) Rome , Italy Flag of Italy

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We started our very exciting day in Rome early, because we had to get to the Vatican! The Vatican was absolutely beautiful. Words can not explain the history, or art, or even the architecture. When we walked into the Sistine chapel my breath was taken away. I did not know were to look first because their was so much to take in. The paintings on the ceiling and walls ...

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... Boys have it way too easy. In any case, we got there in the end. Though I've no photos, I was pretty proud of my toga, as horribly impractical as it was. Think Marilyn Monroe's white dress, minus a bra and add a tonne of Hollywood tape. (And by Hollywood, I mean duct. These were hard times).

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... because it is all artwork from the floors to the ceiling and everything in between. The tour was three hours and once it was done, we headed out and it started pouring. I have never been in rain like that. It just poured. It got to the point where it didn't matter if we got wetter because our feet were so wet they could not really get any worse! We had our jackets luckily and I covered my bag which had my camera, iPad and bits in ...

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... travelling between major cities and tourist attractions and that are known to generally be the preferred method of travel there is surprisingly little luggage space.....now i can hear you all saying "Nicole you are travelling with the luggage of 3 people!!" but honestly even the people with little bags are struggling. So in to Rome I arrive and thankfully there are no stairs to get to the official taxi rank. Now Ange i took your advice and went to the official taxi area ...

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A travel blog entry by daryl75 on Mar 31, 2013

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... to the event. They were given lots of food and water, but also kept in complete darkness. At the time of its battle, the lions etc were raised up onto the stage through a series of lifts,and were blinded temporarily by the light, thus allowing the Gladiator time to get the advantage.
The lions were also chained loosely to prevent them from being able to attack the front rows of people (good idea!)

Gladiators were highly trained, ...