Relais 19

Via Lisippo 19, Rome, Lazio, 00124, Italy | Villa
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St Peter's and the Popes' Canonisation!

A travel blog entry by fromcathyp

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... all scrunched up from my bag, not my 3EU swanky one with the bus and metro routes! Not knowing where I was reminded me of a time when I was in Italy with Georgina in 2007 when I went out of the hotel without the address and I didn't have a key to remind me of the hotel name. They were ready to get a search party together, when I luckily managed to get back!

After coffee, I found myself in Piazza Navona, which was ...

Day 17 - Rome

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013

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... Vestal Virgins to permit them to enter and exit the Colosseum without needing to pass through the crowds. Substantial quantities of machinery also existed in the hypogeum. Elevators and pulleys raised and lowered scenery and props, as well as lifting caged animals to the surface for release. There is evidence for the existence of major hydraulic mechanisms and according to ancient accounts, it was possible to flood the arena rapidly, presumably via a connection to a nearby ...

Sacred chapels, ancient ruins and lots of gelato..

A travel blog entry by mitchvillehs

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... of The Spanish Steps, The Trevi Fountain (means “Three Ways” as there are three roads that meet at the fountain) and the Pantheon…all the while trying out the different gelato places along the way.

The next stop was a beautiful place called the Piazza Navona. This was a bit of a rest stop and we all had some free time wandering around the Piazza, eating more gelato and checking out the paintings from the ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by stuitfam

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... of shade. The forum was neat though, and they had some parts blocked off that they were actively excavating for artifacts. After cooling off in a shady spot we headed to the Pantheon. Very busy there but very cool - literally too! The ceiling is amazing, it's truly baffling. While the Pantheon was built to honor many roman gods, it's now a Catholic Church. In several places we've discovered that early Catholics ...

When in Rome

A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee

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... to join topless bus tour. We got off to see the Augusto Imperatone (August's tomb) - it was run down and closed for repairs. Then we went to Piazza di Spagna to see the Spanish Steps which were covered with rubbish +++ courtesy of the soccer players and their followers. It was amazing to see local equivalent of council workers clean it up so fast. While they were cleaning up, we went to visit the Keats Museum. When they opened the steps again, we got ...

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