Villa Eur Parco dei Pini

P.le Marcellino Champagnat, 2, Rome, Lazio, 00144, Italy | Villa
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There are no Rules in Rome

A travel blog entry by wanderlustgirl1

54

... but he didn't eat us, he just said goodbye and walked into the building.


Sydney and I were left to our own devices, and a map, and ROME!!!! We started planning where to go and said "forget it" and just started walking around and going into any cool looking buildings, aka everything we passed! The first building we went in was a giant church, just quietly walked around and admired the overwhelming beauty. There was a balcony you could walk ...

Three days left!

A travel blog entry by a88y3

1

... it was like real chocolate that melted on your tongue.) then went back to the hotel, and into bed.
This morning we woke to the most annoying alarm ever. Ever. Never use the rooster noise as your alarm. Trust me. We were going to see the markets. We got up (rather slowly) then walked past the Trevi, to the markets. Without stopping for breakfast. Disgraceful. We wandered through the stalls selling brightly coloured scarfs, dried herds, and fresh ...

Roma and Positano

A travel blog entry by gfred

107

... before heading back to the hotel. After resting we hit the town and went around the corner to a street ristorante for pizza. Then up to the roof terrace bar on top of the hotel. Roof top terraces are all over Rome and such a great view of the city on a summers night with no tall buildings and a view of the Vatican and St. Peter's Bascillia all lit up. No hurry the next day, so late breakfast at a local cafe the a walk to Trevi fountain. Again the crowds weren't big and we spent time ...

Roman Rome

A travel blog entry by yeeszetolaw

18

... people (tourists in the 21st century), the hot sun bearing upon us. Luckily, I had booked the Underground Colosseum tours which ensured we skipped the lines.

The tour was mildly interesting - you certainly got a good sense of what it took to put on the Gladiator games - historical evidence of trap doors, animal cages and underground tunnels still remain. We were then taken to the actual Colosseum floor and finally, the very top level where we ...

Rome-ing

A travel blog entry by katcob

47

... cheese. Omg!! The it was more wandering. Fountains, crowds, vendors, Catholics, cars and cats (one of whom I befriended on the palatine hill). We did make it to the pantheon, which left me completely awestruck and amazed with its presence, aura, calm, and the rudeness of the people having to be continually reminded (ironically through loud speakers) to quiet down, shush and shhhhh. Even if the hundreds of people had not been speaking, the sounds of their steps and ...

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