Le Due Lune

Via Della Merluzza 175, Rome, Lazio, 00123, Italy | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Rome

The "Caesar Shuffle"

A travel blog entry by kristen19


... I was surprised that before the addition of underground tunnels and cages the colosseum could be flooded to be the site of naval battles. I was also astounded that it could hold 50,000-70,000 people. Aside from the views of the remains of the colosseum the view of the surrounding landscape and ruins was beautiful. We then made our way to the roman forum and the ancient city. The roman forum was where the Romans did ...

Roman' Around

A travel blog entry by bigfootineurope


... I extinguish the flames I am bursting into!

Tonight was our first optional excursion which was a walking tour of the Trevi fountain and the Pantheon. We had a local guide named Sylvia and she was a little tiny Italian woman but was full of energy! She took us to the fountain where we all tossed a coin over our left shoulders (over our hearts) and made our wishes. The fountain is exactly like I have seen in books and movies so it was awesome to finally ...

When in Rome

A travel blog entry by schweetbix

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Two things about the Vatican - visit it during winter so you actually want to be wearing long pants and top AND join a tour, skip the awful lines. Even with a tour you line, and you essentialy join this huge queue to get to the Cistine Chapel and move at a quick tourist shuffle. But at least we've now been to the Vatican and I wasn't struck down by lightening.

On a side note, I was informed of this awesome Dad joke by my Uncle:

A Bishop and a Politician were ...

Roma, Day 1

A travel blog entry by howardhalm


... to rest feet. Photos below shows city vistas looking southeast to St. Peter' Basilica. As the below photo shows, we had a beautiful view of Piazza Popolo. At the time it was cold and windy, later alternating with sun.

The most popular espresso spot on Via del Corso is McCafe? Gospel performers on Spanish Steps? These scenes I videoed all seemed out of place.

At age 70, we slowly trudged all the way up the Spanish Steps to ...

Off to see the Holy Father

A travel blog entry by greatescape2011


... including a couple of good selfies.
The Colosseum was one of my favourite experiences of the trip so far. Standing at the site of my favourite movie Gladiator is something I won't forget, and I could have spent a lot more time there.
After the Colosseum Rachel, Lisa and I explored the ruins of the Palatine Hill and the Roman forum, the place where Julius Caesar met his end. After walking back to the Spanish steps we found yet ...


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