Hotel Prince Galles Rome

Via Palestro 72, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Last Stop - Roma

A travel blog entry by indianajill


... fair they did bring us a lovely little tray of free appies with the drinks. Most people have cameras on their tables and everyone is waiting for the sun to set. The view from here is not as wonderful as I had hoped, but it is still wonderful to be able to look out over my favorite city in the world. The sunset is glorious and after finishing our drink we head back to our room to put on warmer clothes, with the sun going down it has ...

A bigger family

A travel blog entry by thisgreatworld


... I didn't meet Uncle Resty until the next morning, he is a kind man. The Uncles & the Aunties are all so funny. They remind of my own Uncles & Aunties. I also met Raymond, which they call Amon, which for some reason stuck in my mind Eoionn- it's an Irish name. He is so kind, generous & so caring to everyone. He is always smiling. You can't get bummed around him. Then there's Elaine, what a darling, Im really glad she came. She is fun loving, caring, and just plain fun ...


A travel blog entry by tagmoore


... so I grabbed a quick latte and James got a hot chocolate which was basically a cup of molten chocolate.

The Pantheon was amazing, it was built by Hadrian in 120 A.D and the columns are made from single blocks of granite. The inside was even more interesting, the giant dome on top apparently puzzled architects for years and spurred the design of Michelangelo's dome at St Peter's.

The four rivers fountain in the Piazza Navona depicts the four ...

No Segway Saturday

A travel blog entry by robertiz

... off the "B" line. The map I was using was the one given to us by the colosseum tour company. I had forgotten that it put us in the opposite direction the day before for the Colosseum tour. So this tool and my late, late night, wine wilted planning did not make for a good mix. Up in time to get to the train and the university in time to find the print shop and then catch the "B" line back to the Colloseum where the Segway office was optimistic at best. Especially after ...


A travel blog entry by meganelisereed


... your table and ask for your food or your money. We saw a couple beggars later in the same area we saw them originally, talking on cell phones, smoking or wiping the "dirty makeup" off their faces. Also, all of the stores, even the inexepensive stores have security guards at the doors and stationed throughout the stores. I have never seen that there before. . . so Rome is a changin . . . I dont think the crime is violent, more petty, ...

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