Villa Delros

Via Livigno 166, Rome, Lazio, 00188, Italy | Villa
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There are no Rules in Rome

A travel blog entry by wanderlustgirl1


... Before we got there, he taught us that there are no rules in Rome.

Once we got to Rome we went with Paulo into the city, and I won't deny that I was a little nervous about where he was leading us to and what his "meeting" was all about. He looks and sounds like a classic Italian vampire, and he always talks about drinking red "wine" *cough cough* blood *cough cough* We arrived in a dark alley and I thought, well, this is it, I'm going to be eaten ...

Three days left!

A travel blog entry by a88y3


... ristorante place and had lunch. Then, went back to the Hotel for an hour or so, then wandered into the Villaborghese gardens. It was amazing seeing so much green in one place! (The colours over here are mostly grey, cream, yellow, and salmon.) we walked up to the Borghese gallery, because someone needed the toilet again. It was closing in five minutes, so we wandered around until we found a restaurant. We sat down and had dinner, then had amazing ...

Roma and Positano

A travel blog entry by gfred


... not it should be up there. Queues were not too bad and this time avoided the rip off tour guides. It was very hot, but I really wanted to walk up through the triumphal arches and get into the forum area. Unfortunately not well sight posted so we ended walking up Palantine Hill, which after going for about 2 km simply comes to a dead end. Poor Nicci looked like a boiler was about to burst, but soldiered on bravely. Have to do the forum walk another visit. Decided to jump on the hop on ...

Roman Rome

A travel blog entry by yeeszetolaw


... Emmanuelle to reach the Colosseum area. On the way, we passed the blindingly-white Il Vittoriano monument - known as "The Wedding Cake" or "The Typewriter" - an imposing sight but whether it fits in with the earthy, ochre colors of Rome is another story.

Once we turned the corner and started heading along the main street, we could see the Colosseum in the distance - this is how it must feel to walk along the road to the Games! Snack bars, ...


A travel blog entry by katcob


... cultural, environmental, and other changes that have occurred. We loved the Colosseum for its very existence in this modern world. We walked a lot and saw a lot. Finally, we took a break for lunch at a cute side street restaurant. Again, good wine, beer, mineral water for rehydration, and delicious food. I had ham and mushroom tortellini and Gord had pesto linguine (having loved Maya's mom's version so much - shout out to Shirley!!) and we shared a corn salad layered ...


This villa, located on Via Livigno 166, Rome, is near Roman Odyssey Tours, Via Salaria, Tiber Village, and Via Flaminia.
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