Travel Blogs from Rome
... some pics and walked all the way back to my hostel. And cest la vie right now! Yesterday they served free pasta at the hostel, so we all sat around and drank and had a good ol italian time with 20 of my closest acquaintances! You name the country, ive probably met somebody from there. Anyways. That mostly all for now. Tomorrow night I am heading to the airport for my early flight to Berlin, then next "farm stay" in germany!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ciao Ciao bellas.
... Ct was definitely one of the highlights of Italy. It was such a unique place to visit. Brooke decided to skip out on Rome and go into France instead. She was a great person to travel with and had I not met her I would never have gotten to see CT. One of the reasons why I like traveling by myself is because it forces you to reach out to other people that you would probably not ordinarily meet, and sometimes meeting these new people ...
... the cannon was shot. I’m lucky I didn't break an eardrum!! Strangely, in the movie, the boom of the cannon just sounds like a little pffft.
I headed straight back to the apartment, had some of my soup for lunch, and then took a nap. Sometime after 6:00 PM I went out to get a gelato and to walk a little bit. It was really getting busy in the neighborhood, lots of people walking, shopping, or sitting and eating ...
... enter the massive structure; the line already extending halfway down the right side of St. Peter's Square. Keep in mind that our tour lasted 8 1/2 hours and we saw the following sites and also stopped for lunch at a local trattoria: 1). St. Peter's Square, 2). St. Peter's Basilica, 3). Capitoline Hill, 4). The Forum and Palatine Hill, 5). Went to a "secret" place to see the view of St. Peter's Dome through a keyhole, 6). The Catacombs of ...
... old speak, a pretty good effort for 1590. After lunch the bus took us to the Colosseum where again we had quick VIP entry. Once again the word enormous comes to mind. The Colosseum was completed in 80 AD. It is elliptical in shape over two football fields long and over 150 metres wide. It had four levels of seating up to a height of 48 metres and 80 entrances. It was originally covered in white marble and could hold 55,000 spectators. The emperors and their entourages had front ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed