Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II 55, Rome, Lazio, Italy | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by bwells


... to meet the school. My first impression of the metro was not the greatest; as the train pulled up I don't think there was an inch on it that wasn't covered in graffiti. Mix that with people shoving their way in, crammed shoulder to shoulder and it doesn't make for the most pleasant experience. At our metro stop it was then a fifteen minute walk to the hotel in a light rain. For some reason, Cole decided to sing "let it rain" to which the skies replied with a downpour. ...

Pompei and roaming around Rome!!!!

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... that was put on at the Coloseum (which was actually called the Amphitheatre of the Flaminios (fhe Flaminio family). It only became known as the Coloseum years later because a roman emperor (Nero) had a HUGE bronnze statue (known as the Colussus) built. It used to be located on the site of a temple on the palantine hill but was moved across the road so it was next to the Coloseum - it was like 30 metres tall or something and so overtime the amphitheatre became known as ...

"Private tour of Rome"

A travel blog entry by bug23


... all the crowded sweat we had endured till then, an absolute highlight.
To finish our tour Rachael went shopping at the religious shop, coming out with a set of rosarie beads, personally blessed by the big fella himself!!
After 8 hours our tour was complete, Sara was fantastic, well worth the dollars spent....and spent we were!
Back to our place, de-skanked, went out for a beer, then dinner and bed.
A VERY long, but fascinating day in Rome.
Loved ...

Loving Roma

A travel blog entry by michelemweber


... I had arranged a tour so we could skip the hour and a half line and get to go places that we wouldn't get to go on our own like the underground, the arena floor and the upper deck. It was amazing being there. Built in 80 A.D. Almost 2000 years ago. It's hard to fathom something that has been around that long. We really enjoyed it. After the tour, we had lunch at a lively, Italian restaurant with views of the Colosseum, then we ...


A travel blog entry by trina.manz


... out whenever it takes their fancy! Utter chaos! Also they seem to think red lights are optional. We saw so many people just driving through red lights as if they weren't even there, and NO ONE indicates!! Also they park ANYWHERE!! No parking spots? No worries, they'll just pull up and park ON THE ROAD! The considerate ones put their hazards on and leave the car parked but others simply park on the road like its their personal valet service. And I ...

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