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Travel Blogs from Rome
By now train travel was becoming a little boring, but then today was my last trip by rail, from Rome to home I would be flying. Arriving mid afternoon I made a beeline for my hotel The Palladium Palace Hotel Rome, a mid range hotel with large clean rooms and a good size breakfast and very friendly and helpful staff, it was also centrally located in what I can only call souvenir row, there being a store on every corner and one in between, not that I minded as ...
... was good to sit down and rest our feet for a while. We did the loop right around and ended up back at the Vatican. We thought we could just stay on the bus to get back to the train station but they said everyone had to get off and change buses which seemed a bit weird because the bus we were on drove off empty. After a while of standing and waiting in the hot sun and being hassled by people selling hat ...
... the forum have been preserved through the centuries as a landmark and the nucleus of Italy’s pride and tourism, bringing thousands of tourists yearly to Rome. Take a guided tour or go on your own and see where Caesar walked and the gladiators fought battles to avoid being thrown to the lions. The Colosseum stands in the heart of Rome. It is easy to get to via public transport should the thought of public transit scare you. Inside the ...
... landscape, scale and the construction of all three sights are so surreal. It is incredibly overwhelming to even begin to comprehend the events that occurred at the three historical sights so many thousands of years ago. After a long day of walking (over 20 ks) we walked back to our BnB and asked Nikoli to recommend us a place for dinner that was close by. All the streets are made of cobblestones which surprisingly give you really sore feet. We went to ...
... was getting to be a regular thing with us for lunch or before since it is so light but still put us in a good mood. After lunch we checked out the train maps on the ipad app, hopped on the appropriate line and we were on our way. The Colosseum loomed high overhead and shaded us as we came out onto the street. The Ancient district of Rome was alive with action. Venders and visitors alike were everywhere, including illegal scarf baring, laser ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed