Stasera A Casa Da M.E.

Address: Via Tuscolana 268 Scala C. Int. 4, Rome, Lazio, 00181, Italy | Lodge
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This lodge, located in the Roma Tuscolano area of Rome, is near Vittorio Emmanuel II Monument, Piazza Venezia, Piazza del Campidoglio, and Ecstasy of Saint Teresa.
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Rome, It's Way Better then I Expected!

A travel blog entry by meganholley on Feb 24, 2015

1 comment, 35 photos

... know we should be expecting something because it's quite normal for us! Our flight left at 4:20 am today and last night around 11 pm Mya tells me she has a stomach ache. Minutes later she is calling me to the bathroom, and tells me not to worry " I usually only throw up once and so I'll be ok to travel" Oh great! Such good news isn't it?!
I got her into bed with some gravol and thank goodness when we woke her up a while later she was feeling a lot better. It's not ...

Old Guys Rule(d)

A travel blog entry by sjburk1 on Oct 15, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... not amused.
The Vittorio Emanuelle II - jaw dropping, just for it's size. In a city of big monuments, this seems to try to outdo all of them, although it is only about 100 years old. Taking the elevator to the observation deck you can see all of the ancient city. From St Peter's to the Pantheon, Colosseum, and Forum.
Trevi Fountain - completely covered by scaffolding but we can see a bit of it. Something to come back ...

Dances with pollen; Italy f*cked our suspension

A travel blog entry by tinyjuggernauts on May 16, 2014

37 photos

... similar to what you might find in summer in Britain, but on a scale that's hard to imagine. In some areas it covered the pavement entirely, while I kick about in drifts of it like a child in autumn leaves.

We stayed in Vinci for three days enjoying the sunshine, Dr PM's orders for my ankle, and a chance for us to catch up on some blogging, reading, drying our sodden tent etc. Then it was on to Florence, Leo's real home. Florence is hard to describe, like ...


A travel blog entry by joarmour on Apr 22, 2014

9 photos

Orvietto is a most beautiful city built on a very steep volcanic plateau. It is approached by funicular railway. The view from the garden over the walls is quite stunning. It is a huge drop down to the valley below. The city has been built to defend itself from various hordes of invaders in the days before the formation of a state. Our guide, Giovanni, is particularly informative and also attentive to our group. ...

Rome - Day 6

A travel blog entry by scottandmel on Jan 21, 2014

... forced to live during persecution in Ancient Rome but is now a lively restaurant district. We found a great little restaurant there where we sat and shared a pizza and a pasta dish for lunch. We left the restaurant and then a thunder storm started with an absolute downpour of rain. We took cover under a building for a while until it eased off a bit. We then walked past the ancient theatre which is similar in construction to the Colosseum and up to Ara ...