Villa Patrizia

Via G. Gutenberg 29, Rome, Lazio, 00143, Italy | Villa
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A travel blog entry by windystevej

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... still diffy passport photos for Phoebe by the end of the day. We drove into a Sosta in Rome that night which was quite an experience. The Italian drivers lived up to their stereotype, although that said, there was less horn blowing and getting angry than we expected. They don't bother indicating, staying in lane, keeping to the speed limit, stopping at red lights etc but they seem to expect everyone else to do the same so stay pretty chilled out about ...

Oh just going to the Pantheon for class.

A travel blog entry by rome_aq

... the center of each coffer on the ceiling, they would all converge directly in the center of the floor.

We found out that is was our professor's birthday today!! But, in Italy it accustomed for the birthday person to treat everyone else to a gift. So once again he purchased us all coffees!

Our next stop on the tour was ...

Rome-ing around Italy

A travel blog entry by tommyforrest

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... quaint, apart from quite a few tourists around. We had organised to do another boat tour, which will take us along the Amalfi coast to see some of the hotels and villas from the water. I was pretty keen to do it as you couldn't see a lot from the wrong side of the bus! The boat trip took about an hour and we were able to have a swim stop half way through which was nice. The lady pointed out some really expensive villas and hotels that rich and famous people stay in and own. It ...

Walking the Streets

A travel blog entry by diandpete

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... so we headed back there for a look and listen. We were grateful for the rest but Sam and Lynne decided to brush up on their dancing skills and put on a demo of swing dancing for those around. After that a few pics from the lookout. By now our legs were pretty tired and Di was struggling abit with a swollen ankle so a taxi was in order. Had to walk some distance still until we came across a hotel where the concierge ordered ...

Roman Holiday

A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee

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... dark! Even as a child, I loved visiting the little shop after mass and lost many a nights sleep in fear of my best friends glow in the dark Mary statue (which I bought a replica of on my last trip to the Vatican!). Today I was quite restrained, preferring to photograph than purchase.

The rain was still beating down as we entered the forecourt of St Peters Basilica. Our hearts sank at the sight of the queue of umbrellas to enter the church. Mum was ready to throw ...

     

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