Il Glicine - Colosseo

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TravelPod Member ReviewsIl Glicine - Colosseo Rome

Reviewed by cheesblog


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

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A travel blog entry by anj-ikimashou on Sep 07, 2014

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... this time it's somewhat a step up. We were quite tired by the time we arrived. We had a late start today, hitting the charcoal/black and uneven cobble stone streets at about 11am. We bought Hop On Hop Off bus tickets to take a spin around Rome to see what's changed. Many of the sites are being renovated, like the Colosseum and Trevi Fountain, so there's a fair amount of scaffolding getting in the way. The Trevi Fountain is completely covered by scaffolding and the ...

When in Rome

A travel blog entry by jmuir82 on May 06, 2014

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... in July! I want to say I've never seen so many priests, pastors, clergymen, and nuns wandering around before, but the truth is I've never seen ANY wandering around before. The first time you're ordering a cappuccino and the customer next to you in line has a white collar or in a habit takes you off guard, but then you get used to it. Sort of. We stopped for a bruschetta on the way home from the Vatican. And when I say A bruschetta I mean ONE bruschetta. The menu said bruschetta ...

Rome Wasn't Visited in a Day

A travel blog entry by zo_zo on Dec 02, 2013

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... it must have survived at least a few during its long life. The mortar that holds the bricks together is made out volcanic ash, and absorbs shock or something. Also it's incredibly long-lasting. The stage crumbled away a long time ago, exposing the passages underneath it, but they've rebuilt one end of it so you can see what it might have looked like. But also they used to hold concerts there.
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It's hot!!

A travel blog entry by joalbowman on Sep 16, 2013

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... Rome was a much friendlier city than Paris. The weather was also nicer and people just seemed happier. We then went and checked into our hotel and set out to find the local 'friendly’ bar. Of course we weren’t expecting much because it is Rome and the Vatican has a huge influence on what happens.

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The Vatican in the Morning; Forum in the Afternoon

A travel blog entry by crystalsims on Jun 06, 2013

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... things to see. Tony and I touched the feet of an old statue of St. Peter whose feet are worn down from touches of veneration over the centuries. We saw the tomb of the now beatified Pope John Paul II. It was exciting to be in the church seen on TV for so many Christmas masses over the years.

After finishing the tour we did lunch. Alessia pointed out a self service cafe for Tony and me and two students (Meagan and Annika) joined us. Tony got a ...