Villa Eur Parco dei Pini

P.le Marcellino Champagnat, 2, Rome, Lazio, 00144, Italy | Villa
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Getting squashed in Rome

A travel blog entry by stef5353


... turned into a fortress before becoming a papal residence and then it was used as barracks and a military prison and long last now it is a national museum. From here we followed the Tiber River for a while before we turned off to Via del Corso and on to Piazza del Popolo well known for it's elegance. The main attraction on this square is the 23 metre high Egyptian obelisk that was built around 1300 BC and stood in ...

Roman' Around

A travel blog entry by bigfootineurope


... small batches of olive trees. They put down fabric and then gently shake the trees. Whatever does not fall is then hand picked and it is all carted to the community olive press. This is repeated house to house.

On our journey we passed by the headquarters for Prada and Gucci as well as some of the giant mansions of Roberto Cavalli and other designers. These HQs weren't in Rome or even in a city center but instead in the rural outskirts of Florence ...

The main sites, Version 2.0

A travel blog entry by chertred


... one of the highlights of our time in Rome so far. What a building! You have to keep reminding yourself that this building is 2000 years old. It looks incredible.
We decided to stop of a coffee in the piazza where the Pantheon stands. Having a coffee in Italy can be a rather unique experience. Coffee shops are generally called bars. Your first decision upon entering one of these establishments is whether you want to have your coffee standing up or you want to sit at ...

Buongiorna Venezia

A travel blog entry by debcaruso


... Not far to the San Zaccaria vaporetto stop and we find another snack wagon and get a couple of cold beers. It is just too cool and way too civilized you can get cold beer off a snack truck. We get directions and loaded down, we start to wind our way through the narrow Venezia streets to find our hotel. Ah, an enoteca - one momento Rick while I get a couple of bottles of cold wine!!! It can't be too much further. Over a little bridge, turn left and there is the Hotal Al Piave! ...

Rome food tour

A travel blog entry by silsby


... plenty of people aren't aware that it's not allowed in either case.

The Pantheon is incredible, and this time it was even better because half of the facade wasn't covered in scaffolding. We walked around the interior, and Xander was fascinated by the oculus. We also saw Raphael's tomb, although launched Xander into talking about the teenage mutant ninja turtles rather than great art!

Xander's kids guide to Rome lists some of the ...

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