Hotel Ciao

Via Marsala, 96/B, Rome, Lazio, 185, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Day 19

A travel blog entry by super_saurus on Jun 14, 2014

... the hill we got a wild boar roll and a gelato and the were both pretty tasty! - back on the road again we headed to Rome and were dropped off near a metro station to begin our walking tour. All 44 of us managed to not get lost in the metro and started our walking tour with Ash (which technically was illegal and if any guards came we had to start singing happy birthday to her, lol). Also she wore her Roman outfit for us which was hilarious and much more ...

Ancient Rome and the Shrinking Dome

A travel blog entry by kinwah on Feb 08, 2014

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... abound the area which was once a public assembly forum for the Romans. Follow the path and it will take you towards Palatine Hill (or depending on the entry you came in at, the end of the forum). Unfortunately as luck would have it, an announcement came blaring over the loudspeakers indicating that the archeological zone was closing. We were ushered to the nearest exit which brought our visit to an abrupt end :(.

After being forcibly removed (at least against ...

ROME REDEEMS ITSELF

A travel blog entry by darylheather on Oct 16, 2013

5 photos

... the riverbank to Circo Massimo, a large,dry artificial lake built by the Romans to race boats. It is flanked on one side by the ruins of what may have been the Grand Hyatt of the Romans. Took the sardine can metro home to have pizza, salad, sundried treats and a bottle of Fiano (a white wine from the south) on our roof top terrace looking across the rooftops and tv antennas of residential ...

Rome

A travel blog entry by robchurch on Aug 06, 2013

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... assistance. Nothing was to be found. Most of the remote-terminal was closed due to the late hour (I presume) and therefore my only remaining option without any information on trains, was to take a taxi. In the past, I have tended to avoid foreign taxis as they rarely speak enough English to ensure that I am heading to the right destination at an acceptable price. Instead, I have frequently taken a train or hired a car.

Exiting the terminal, I saw no taxi ...

Rome in a weekend? We got that

A travel blog entry by ksmokes on Feb 03, 2013

1 comment, 71 photos

... behind it, and perfect little nooks to just sit and hang out (and as we found out, it’s even better with a little vino). Fun fact we learned too, it is the last fountain in Rome fed by an original aqueduct. We made our wishes, tossed the coins, and got that perfect profile picture before realizing how hungry we were. Grumbling stomachs led us to the grocery store and we picked up supplies for dinner.

I wanted to really impress Michelle and show off ...