Villa Patrizia

Address: Via G. Gutenberg 29, Rome, Lazio, 00143, Italy | Villa
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Is this real life?

A travel blog entry by frankandlaura on Dec 27, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

And we're off! After about 2 and a half years of saving and planning, we finally borded a plane for our Honeymoon in Rome. After the experience of actually flying to Rome, I'm SO GLAD we didn't go on this honeymoon right after we got married. My stress level would have been through the ...

When in Rome......

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Sep 02, 2014

2 comments, 45 photos

... can’t get close up and even if you use a good camera you can only take pictures of a few details as the timeline goes around the column. Near the column they have placed a frame with life size photographs of the entire story on the column- I have included some of them. It pays to know a lot of Roman history to make it a very interesting experience to be here. I don’t as I favoured Greek history instead. The old Roman forum is very large and you could easily spend ...

Leaving Croatia and transit in Rome

A travel blog entry by debnsam on Aug 03, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... a lot of the gates. You need to go to the gate and then wait for the ground crew to open up the desk. I finally had a brain wave to log in online and this way got my boarding pass so I could go and do some much needed Duty Free shopping! Got a new Dior mascara and perfume and now just waiting for the flight. Due to board within next 10 minutes and realize a few things: 1. The lay over of 5 hrs went quickly due to my walking the length of the airport and sitting down for ...

When in as the tourists do?

A travel blog entry by rachels694 on Apr 25, 2014

120 photos

... Located in the small valley between the Palatine and Capitoline Hills, the Forum today is a sprawling ruin of architectural fragments and intermittent archaeological excavations attracting 4.5 million sightseers yearly.

National Museum Of Rome. The National Museum of Rome, which possesses one of the world's most important archaeological collections, is housed in three different facilities: the Baths of Diocletian, which include ...

Second day in Rome, Colosseum, Palatine, Forum

A travel blog entry by sasha.jentley on Dec 14, 2013

93 photos

The Colosseum was within walking distance to our apartment so we headed out towards the Colosseum. Along the way was the Archbasilica of St. John Lateran, which was the main church in Rome. Turned out, we walked into an ordination ceremony! It was just ending but we say all the new priests walk down the aisle, and it ended with some big shots (bishops? deacons?). It was a celebration for them and their families. We walked ...