Hotel Fiorenza

Address: Via dei Mille, 64, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Bonus day

A travel blog entry by 3beansabroad on Sep 26, 2014

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Thanks to a meeting cancellation, L and I got one more day in Rome. We decided to start with a Rick Steve walking tour of Travestere that I downloaded from iTunes. I wish I had thought to look through those earlier because this one was great-- I'm sure his tour is better than the 5 E audio guide at the Colosseum.

Before we really got started, I darted into the Keats Shelley Museum bookshop to pick up a gift for a friend. While we were there we ...

Long lines big things

A travel blog entry by bigbanana on Jul 08, 2014

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... to describe but it was over the top the tomb of St. Peter and the St. John Paul II shrine. There were so many people. We took pictures of the Vatican guards and crossed the square towards the Vatican museums we waited in yet another line but after 25 min we were not getting too far and our day was wasting away so we made a decision to miss the Sistine chapel and head to metro and directly to the colosseum. Glenn had read that the lines here could be ...

Last night in Italy

A travel blog entry by thetraceys on May 05, 2014

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We had set the iPad alarm for 7.30am. I got up but the other two slept in/bludged in bed til 8. Our tour of the Vatican was booked for 10am. Google maps told me that it would take 45 minutes to walk to the meeting point, so we hailed a cab. We arrived at the meeting point about half an hour early so decided to grab some brekky from a cafe over the road. Mistake... I ordered bacon and eggs and Adam ordered scrambled eggs. This was the first time we'd ...

When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by rossfamily on Mar 06, 2014

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... the naked men statues (and what is with everyone in ancient Rome being naked all the time anyway?). There was a “boy with thorn” exhibit going on, so we saw a lot of versions of that, and we saw several “she-wolf” statues and paintings (telling the mythical legend of Romulus & Remus and the establishment of Rome – frankly a little disturbing!). Other significant things we saw were the enormous original equestrian statue of ...

We're getting of the bus today

A travel blog entry by chrissimonic on Oct 16, 2013

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... and the window laches. We walked up a block to the next street where there is a building designed by Gaudi it's called La Pedrera and it's very different from the house we have just seen. It is all curved with an incredible roof with statuesque shape that stand on the roof and beautiful organic, artistic, wrought iron balcony's that are fantastic. After that we hopped on the bus and went to the Old Spanish Village, it houses studios and shops where arts and artisan work, ...