Hotel Fiorenza

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

The past year.

A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz


... homesick would, I find myself missing little things like knowing that my best friend Hannah is going to be in the kitchen making coffee when I wake up or having the security of calling my dad every single time I get bored... and I mean I call that guy like 15 times per day, this is no joke. It is my first birthday spent without my stuffed lion, Leo, since I turned 1 year old and as silly as that sounds those are the things that I miss the most.The comfort of home is something ...

When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by millys77


An early start again today as we went back to the the Colosseum in hope of getting tickets to see full works! We arrived at 8:45am and had success, we signed up to the underground and upper tier tour for 12:20 (the third of the four English tours offered daily). I was well chuffed. Since we had a little time before touring round the main part of the Colosseum we grabbed breakfast opposite and enjoyed the view of this massive place! In no time we ...

Miles and Miles, Churches and Ruins

A travel blog entry by ethansamjencol


... of history....

Santa Maria sopra Minerva (English: Saint Mary above Minerva) is one of the major churches of the Roman Catholic Domnican order. The church and adjoining convent served at various times throughout its history as the Dominican Order's headquarters. Out the front is ...

Livorno, Italy

A travel blog entry by kastang


... about 3/4 of the way around the wall, and then walked through the old city. It is much more relaxed than Rome, and lots of great shops and restaurants. Karen bought a linen table runner, some pasta spices and an olive wood cork. Steven picked up some wine. All from Tuscany. Next time we would pick up a picnic from the shops and eat on the wall. Dinner and then the Piano Bar completed our ...

Popemobile, Florence, and tacos!

A travel blog entry by erieliz


... Art and architecture class continues to be the most fun and rewarding. One field trip took us to see the catacombs of St. Pricilla, featuring the earliest Marian art in the world. I also had a tomb raider moment and went off the beaten path with a few of the guys. Very dark, very scary, very against the rules. Oops. But it was very worth it. I wish there were such a thing as self-guided ...


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