Hotel perugia

Address: Via del Colosseo 7, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near When In Rome Tours, Museum of Imperial Forums (Museo dei Fori Imperiali), Via Sacra, and Torre de' Conti.
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Colosseum and Roman Forum

A travel blog entry by mats56 on Oct 05, 2014

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... if it is a bit gory. You really felt dwarfed in this huge amphitheater. And no wonder when you learn that the colosseum was 50 meters high, 189 meters long, 156 meters wide and seated approximately 80,000 Romans. The Colosseum had many uses over the years including- gladiator fights, wild animal displays, executions, religious ceremonies and theatrical entertainment! Visible from the ...

I'm on the road to Vatican City!

A travel blog entry by rangaphil on Aug 28, 2014

38 photos

... We then went back to the entrance to the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel. It was about 4pm when we arrived and there was no sign of a line whatsoever. This is how you be a tourist, go late, and there is less people. We wandered through the museum looking at some very cool artifacts and art work before making our way into the Sistine Chapel. It was a lot smaller than I'd first expected, and was ...

All Roads Lead to Rome

A travel blog entry by wanderlustgirl1 on Jun 12, 2014

74 photos

... Eat. Pray. Love.) perfectly illustrates my feelings..."A friend took me to the most amazing place the other day. It's called the Augusteum. Octavian Augustus built it to house his remains. When the barbarians came they trashed it along with everything elese. The great Augustus, Rome's first true great emperor. How could he have imagined that rome, the whole world as far as he was concerned, would be in ruins. It's one of the quietest, ...

La Dolce Vita, The Good Life

A travel blog entry by rickandluann on Feb 04, 2014

3 comments, 28 photos

... us. After standing in the rain for another hour or more, our bus finally arrived. I asked the driver where to get off the bus for the Marriott and he shook his head and said, "I drive bus, I drive bus." The bus windows were fogged over, it was raining very hard and as dark as night could be as we asked passengers, who spoke no English, if they knew where to get off for the Marriott. Up and down the aisle they conversed with each other, ...

Market Day in Salat and a new Grandaughter

A travel blog entry by chrissimonic on Sep 28, 2013

12 photos

... Matilda was named and it takes time to see if the name fits the baby ( 28 / 9 / 2013 ). We then went into the village and the market, well it was great, first thing we saw was fish and seafood and there were lots of food stalls and then the general merchandise, most of the old village is involved as well as the squire. We bought lunch and eat it in the courtyard at the BB. Had a rest and I made ...