Hotel Ciao

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

Day 1 - big and Beautiful Roma!

A travel blog entry by sonpow

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... And the doors! I can't stop taking photos of the big old beautiful doors everywhere. It really is only still Autumn here. There are lots of leaves falling everywhere so that you are ankle deep in them when walking anywhere. It makes it look so lovely and romantic. When we got back from our walk I fell asleep accidentally and then felt like a robot zombie for the rest of the afternoon. I couldn't even string together a sentence that made sense. The kids were ...

Colloseum & Catacombs day

A travel blog entry by miura09

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... She explained the history behind them and gave us an understanding of what happened and how catacombs came about. It was nice and cool down there. Slightly freaky but made me realise I needed to read up more on my bible. It was weird because the catacombs were made out of material that was soft enough for it to be dug out. Once it combined with oxygen, it hardened. It kind of looked like the caves in the movie Ben Hur when his mother and sister became lepers. They stayed ...

Topdeck French Riviera to Rome

A travel blog entry by cleegan

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... at Pisa, to check out what is potentially one of the most iconic buildings in Italy, the Leaning Tower of Pisa! Actually part of a large basilica complex, work is still continuing to try and save the tower from falling over completely. We sat down and had some lunch, and then went hunting for some tacky souvenirs for a competition on the bus, before heading on our way to Florence. Of all the cities so far on this trip, Florence was the one I was the most excited ...

The First Three Weeks - An Overview

A travel blog entry by ssequeir

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... the Republic. We just don't have this kind of history in the States, and it is truly unbelievable.

I am taking 4 classes- ITL 100 (An introduction to Italian Language and Culture), AH 100 (Art of Rome), AH 301 (Patrons and Artists of Baroque Italy), and MUS 300 (Italian Opera). Nothing like making use of Rome for my classes!! I just bought tickets to see a performance of Verdi's opera next month, and in both my art classes have ...

Day 5: Rome - Colosseum, Forum and Vatican Museum

A travel blog entry by phoebe308

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... we decided to go for early lunch because we had the 12.40pm Colosseum underground tour booked. I had heard about Pizza Forum nearby and so we went there for lunch. We took takeouts and had it near the Colosseum because we were pretty rushed but the pizzas were still really good. So good that we wanted to have them for dinner as well, but decided we should try something else.

There was also a Carrefour opposite the colosseum, just behind Pizza Forum. Bottles of water ...

       

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