Address: della Pineta, 48, Italian Riviera, 16030, Italy | Villa
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A travel blog entry by kateandmike14 on May 11, 2015

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... who is from the Philippines. We explained to her that we don't like Mayweather either. She told us about the Philippino community here and how they stayed up all night to watch the fight at 5am. We decided to walk today. Again. The experience of seeing random places and stopping when we want is worth the aches and pains we feel. 3 more days! Mike is starting to moan every time he moves and I am shifting my weight to places ...


A travel blog entry by shazlking on Feb 19, 2015

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... s church.
I was overawed by the magnificence of this building. When I visit buildings of apostate faiths, I am not appalled. I look at them as works of art - dissociated from the religious significance. Maybe that's a throw-back to studying art for six years at high school?

Outside this building is a decorous plaque proclaiming: Sacred Lateran Church Mother and Head of All Churches of the City and the World”. That is very ...

Rome Day 2

A travel blog entry by jtate on Jan 11, 2015

... metro to the Colosseum on our way to the Pantheon. We flagged down a lady on a tricycle who was transporting people around and paid her €15 to take us to the Pantheon. So worth the money as she weaved us in between cars and then down a walking alleyway over cobblestone streets allowing us to relax and take in Rome from a different perspective. We made it to the Pantheon and went in. It was another huge building with a ...

Assisi to Rome

A travel blog entry by quirk303 on Nov 10, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... pilgrims in medieval times. Good OS and ROS. The two train trip to Rome with a change and wait at Foligno takes about three hours. Italian trains are efficient and cheap. Many people seem to use them regularly. As we near Rome the land flattens and has a good mix of cropping and sheep grazing. It has been a good snapshot of the country side. A short taxi ride has us at our apartment which is another win. Enrico welcomes us, shows ...

Done Rome'in

A travel blog entry by kenandmaureen on Apr 18, 2014

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... of you giving them money. (Many are terrible musicians- just another form of begging). In the evening we went to an area called Monti where we had some recommendations for restaurants, while walking the streets we saw a butcher shop with some strange looking carcasses hanging in the window. On closer inspection it turned out they were dogs, skinned and prepared for sale complete with their tails and heads. Maureen would not walk down this street again. Off to see ena today (Sienna) by ...