La Dolce Vita

Via Rasella 21, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | Lodge
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Dances with pollen; Italy f*cked our suspension

A travel blog entry by tinyjuggernauts

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... own mint press and licence plates, sitting at 61km squared it still has a bigger population that the whole of Orkney at 30,000. We dedicated a generous afternoon to exploring the second largest city in the state (yep, there's more than one!) of the same name which sits atop a small mountain on the west coast overlooking a string of tightly packed sea side resorts leading up the coast to Venice and the Veneto; parking Frank halfway up and treating our feet to a trip in ...

Roman Adventures

A travel blog entry by jlafrenz

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... cool to be able to see exactly what we are learning about. This week, we walked along the "Triumphal Procession" that would have been awarded to a general for his conquests in battle if the conquest was deemed worthy of celebration. We passed a few sets of ruins, the coolest of which was the Theater of Marcellus. In later years it would be used as the model to create the Colosseum. As a class, we made it up all the way to Castel Sant'angelo (Emperor ...

Rome - Day 13

A travel blog entry by coznlinda

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... from Rome to Naples at 3:45 so we had just enough time to stop at the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri to see Diocletian's Baths which was mostly designed by Michaelangelo. The nave of the church now sits over the baths which would have had a capacity of 3,000 naked Romans. The National Museum of Rome was literally around the corner and Robin had some interest in it so we paid our 7 euros for a quick visit. Rick ...

When in Rome!

A travel blog entry by kelschgirl

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... important bodies around. And a ton of old school saddles and head dresses they put the horses in. It was really cool to see. We saw the first car that was ever given to a Pope. And in their we learnt some more about the Popes history.
After that we went up into the Vatican gardens where we got a lesson on Michaelangelo and his biography and learned all about his paintings and sculptures. We also learned that he was a very sassy man that did ...

La Dolce Vita - Italia

A travel blog entry by jamierobinson

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... explore around the Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps area. Sadly, I think throwing coins into the Trevi fountain is no longer allowed, as there were none in there and no one was doing it. Scared to be deported on the first day of our holiday, I resisted the temptation. Then we were off on a late night wander to the Spanish Steps, very pretty, although tainted somewhat by the rather aggressive rose seller who attempted to ‘gift’ me ...

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This lodge, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Barberini Palace, Fontana del Tritone, National Gallery of Ancient Art, and Galleria di Arte Antica.
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