Villa Patrizia

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

Facts About Rome from Wikipedia 2

A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Dec 29, 2014

... nepotist, from Julius II, soldier and patron, to Leo X, who gave his name to this period ("the century of Leo X"), all devoted their energy to the greatness and the beauty of the eternal city, to the power of their stock, and to the patronage of the ...

Arrivederci, Roma. It's time for us to part

A travel blog entry by foodblubber on Aug 27, 2014

37 photos

... money. Two mains (a sandwich and a pasta), a large beer and a glass of wine for only E$12.

On our way back to the apartment for our afternoon rest, N stopped for a porchetta (roast suckling pig sandwich) and we both had some gelato as well. After our rest, we headed back to the food stand N got the porchetta from, where I got myself another lampredotto (I was just having as many as I could for comparison, yes, that's it). We roamed around for ...

When in ROMA...do as the Romans do.

A travel blog entry by stephaniegaul on Oct 12, 2013

92 photos

... back to the states) and a croissant. We then take a 2 different buses and a metro to get to our camping site to check in and drop off our book bags. After checking all those things off the to do list that morning we were headed to find these buses that took us around Rome. Unfortunately we find out, that there was a special event happening in the Vatican City that some of our passes didn't work and Sarah's mom spent lots of money on to get us these. I tried keeping ...

Rome - Day 1 afternoon & evening

A travel blog entry by mjstein on Sep 17, 2013

1 comment, 1 photo

... able to get a sense of scale in the city, as well as see - at least from the outside - the major attractions, such as the Colosseum, Vatican City, and more. At the end of our tour, we came back to the hotel and took a much-needed 2-hour nap. It worked out well, because most Roman restaurants don't open for dinner until 7:00 pm. No early bird here! Refreshed by our nap, we consulted guidebooks and Trip Advisor for dinner ...

Roman Holiday

A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle on Aug 15, 2013

1 comment, 40 photos

... Gladiator' while I was there and I still have an urge to watch it now.

Fast forward a few hours, and we were at a modern day "gladiatorial contest", enjoying the final game of the SuperCoppa Italiana, which is an annual football (soccer) match contested by the winners of the previous season's Serie A and Coppa Italiana competitions!! The 70,000 person Stadio Olimpico was nearly sold out and the fans were frenzied. We arrived about an ...