Residenza Domiziano

Via San Nicola da Tolentino 50, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 4 star hotel
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Last Day in the Eternal City

A travel blog entry by sinfronteras

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Got in to Rome from Perugia last night. It felt warmer here in Rome. We went out for pizza at Da Baffetto (Via del Governo Vecchio, 114) near Piazza Navona. Great pizza and an interesting atmosphere. Some rave that it is the best pizza in the world.....no doubt it was very excellent pizza.....and pretty reasonably priced.

Today we walked …

The long road home

A travel blog entry by a88y3

... City (it's a country within a country, kinda like inception.). We were going to go into the Basilica, but the line was about 1000 meters long (I'm kinda exaggerating, but not much!)! So in the end, we just walked back to the train station, stopping for lunch on the way (I highly recommend the Mimi E Gatto! I think that's how it's spelled.....). We walked the long ...

SPQR

A travel blog entry by fatdamien

... gravitas and majesty I have witnessed and am now attempting to collate, distill and disseminate through it. To render my feelings and thoughts on Rome via such an instrument risks damaging it irreparably I'm afraid, but needs must. I will do what I can.

Rome is pretty amazing. And it's not amazing like some cities, towns and villages in the world where they provide a tasteful frame for whatever particular notable archeological, natural or cultural artwork happens ...

Exploring Vatican City / Vatican museums

A travel blog entry by dormisdijana

5

... wondering the streets and making there way towards the museum entrance. As I was busy wondering around I wasn't really paying attention in the direction I was heading which ended up with me going in the opposite direction to what i was meant to be going in to get to the agency which was by the museum entrance. Luckily with help from English speaking guides on the streets trying to sell skip the line tickets they point me in ...

Florence to Rome

A travel blog entry by hbhs_on_tour

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... vineyards and olive groves, and it seems as if we're adjusting to a slower pace of life ourselves. After the bustle of Florence, San Gemignano is a welcome break. Once again we find ourselves there before the main tourist influx and its a pleasure to explore the winding alleyways of the towered village. This was once a prosperous place and, in medieval times, something of a property race took place as the wealthy strove to build a ...

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