Hotel perugia

Via del Colosseo 7, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy | Hotel
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Day 36 Rome

A travel blog entry by cherylpaul


... it was a triumphant arch, celebrating a victory. The armies would march back into the city through the arch and into the Imperial Roman Forum. Some of the arch was made up from "borrowed" stones & frescos to save money, and they were pointed out so we could see the differences. The colosseum is built on the Palatine Hill, which is one of the 7 hills the city of Rome was built on, with the forum being built on Capitoline Hill. We then entered the Forum, where ...

No rain at the Pantheon

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee


... was placed here in its current located in 1792.

It obviously wasn't going to rain today so I decided to buy something for lunch and then head back to the apartment. I started craving bacon and eggs today (probably because I smelled someone cooking it this morning!) so I stopped at a small market very close to Ponte Sisto. It was more challenging than you might think to buy what I wanted. First of all, bacon looks very different here—so much of it is fat. ...

Off to Rome

A travel blog entry by kimdibb


... t notice this fine print and walked through the Palatino/Forum area over to the Coliseum. Then when we went back to the Palatino/Forum area, the turnstile wouldn't turn for me and the man at the gate said the tickets are only good for one entry. We explained we didn't realize this and, thankfully, he let us in. It was amazing walking among the ruins and we could have spent a lot more time there, but it closes at 6:30, so we went through there much faster than ...

First Taste of Rome

A travel blog entry by yeeszetolaw


... it was sparkling water. Happy accident but it turned out to be a more citron Sprite-like Italian soda which Paul looked for every subsequent day of the trip.

We finished off with a gelato at Frigidarium - one of the best gelatos ever for 2 Euros - my cup of 2 flavors came with cream, coconut shavings and a sugar cookie! We walked back, stopping by Piazza Navona to take in the evening crowds and pavement artists.



A travel blog entry by noyelles


... its power in Tunisia so we had some understanding of it but to see how it was so concentrated in the centre of Rome itself was very moving. The site itself has been so ravaged, apparently largely by later Romans themselves, that it is just a shadow of its former self today.

In the same site are the remains of the Palatine houses which are above the forum & temple area where the wealthy & the Emperors lived but as below much has been lost ...

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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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