Villa Patrizia

Via G. Gutenberg 29, Rome, Lazio, 00143, Italy | Villa
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Have you been robbed yet?

A travel blog entry by lindaseuroblog on May 15, 2014

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Got up in the morning of our first day in Rome to a shower that sprayed across the room (reminiscent of my first night in Paris 12 years ago!) and cold water, but it did play music so maybe that was meant to soothe us after we froze to death! Can't get our phones working so a bit frustrating working out if it's the SIM cards or the phones. Will try again later. Got organised and packed our bags again to store them ...

Celebrazioni pasquali nella splendida Roma

A travel blog entry by hannahgriffiths on Apr 23, 2014

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... ice cream was fantastic, so smooth and delicious! I had to try lasagne although I know it's not really the region for it, but it wasn't a patch on my Dad's! Vincenza at work had told me not to try the pizza in Rome so I stuck to her suggestions and I'm saving myself for Naples or the nearby area where pizza is suppose to be amazing!

So after a brilliant but exhausting weekend, it was soon time to leave Rome and get back to Flumeri for some more pasta fun! ...

ROME.......PORT of CIVITAVECCHI.....7 am -7 pm

A travel blog entry by charliegirle on Oct 27, 2013

Temp...17-22 Rome....$27.........8 stops.....loop takes 2 hours We headed into Rome today...it is Sunday and that means twice as busy. Another lady on board had "invited herself" to come with us and we did not realise she had a slight disability and her walking ability was limited. Too late now to say you better make your own arrangements. It became a tiring day and we did not get to do as much as we would have liked. The train journey in was quite long and very over crowded and ...

Roma

A travel blog entry by gypsymonika on Sep 13, 2013

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Today was our only full day in Rome. After breakfast we walked our block to the Colosseum. We took the tour offered in English with the guide for €5 and it was the best 45 mins we spent! After a quick sugar fuelled snack we hit Palatino or Palatine Hill. It was hot, but we kept filling our water bottles from the fountains and the views from the hill are amazing! The highlight for this ...

Day 49: Vatican tour, museum

A travel blog entry by sarah_rossie on Jul 31, 2013

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... s bypassing the massive line in the sun, score! I looked at the gift shop but it was full of Spanish and philiopinos so I went to the church which is ridiculous. Solid church! Gold EVERYWHERE. Fun facts about St. Peter's time. Built 327AD (probably...) on the site where Peter (as in Simon Peter, denies Jesus 3 times guy) was crucified upside down. He was crucified for being weird because Rome was a pagan society who worshipped hundreds of gods. So when he ...

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