Blog Entries tagged 'Rome'
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- The Eternal City - a mix of modern and ancient in RomeWhile Rome is a huge city, most of the ancient sites, many attractions and Vatican City are pretty centrally located; and perfectly situated smack dab in the middle of this was our hotel: the Hotel Campo De Fiori. But first Posted by jim-n-mark in Jim and Mark's Epic Amero-Euro Adventure | Aug 29, 2012
- Rome is beautiful (and hot!)Air France flight into Rome airport (Fiumicino - Da Vinci) and then the Leonardo Express into Rome was super easy. We bought SIM cards for our phones at the airport and it was probably the b Posted by Wookiewook in Shae & Ramon's Europe Summer 2012 | Aug 4, 2012
- Rome ArrivalThe flight from London was delayed by about an hour which meant our short stopover was nearly 7 hours at Heathrow. The British Airways lounge was very nice thankfully and managed to read all the local papers, get some Posted by mandt0413 in Europe & Asia 2012 | Jun 14, 2012
- Pre-trip BabbleTravel blog.. umm.. okay.. right.. bloody writer’s block, well screw you.. here we go!
I don’t really do this for a living and it’s actually my first brush with “writing” in a long long time – emails at work notwithstanding. So Posted by monisriz in Euro Trippin' 2012 | May 26, 2012
- Too Much Rome, Not Enough Time[img= Posted by mands186 in Mind The Gap | May 8, 2012
- Colosseum, Palatine Hill and ForumThe Forum with Wisteria in bloom.....
Ancient Rome in all its splendour coupled with a glorious spring day.....w Posted by KittyKodak in Italian Adventures | Apr 4, 2012
- Oh RomaFinally I have been able to access working internet. Its now Wednesday.
Arrived in Rome on Sunday and caught a taxi. I read all the books. They said its fixed price fare of 40 Euro Posted by KittyKodak in Italian Adventures | Apr 4, 2012
- March 2012 - Departure Minus 8'A woman must be two things: classy and fabulous' - Coco Chanel
My last month has been filled with writing strategic plans and international management uni text books, leaving very little time to further our planning for our Grand Adventure. Posted by mark.kalie.kobi in A Very Gladwin Adventure | Mar 22, 2012
- Rome and Vatican City===Rome===
This was the main place i wanted to go to. i wish we couldve stayed longer to enjoy the sights and to really appreciate it but i cant argue with being able to see pretty much everything! we took the Posted by Jenjilla in One country at a time | May 29, 2010
- Rolling around Roma Ah, Rome. Roma. The Eternal City. Known throughout the world for its history, beautiful sights, and some would argue most importantly, its food. I could go into detail about the sights we've already seen (the ancient city), the sights we Posted by bryanschnugg in A Schnugg's Life | Feb 19, 2012
- Thoughts for Super SundayIt’s Sunday. For some it means church, others sleeping in, and for others its another day at work. Those having the day off, we generally appreciate the working stiffs that make our day enjoyable–like say the New York Giants and Posted by rtwitkowski in City Philes | Feb 5, 2012
- January 2004 Rome, Florence, Venesia and back Via Paris to Travel to Europe, from the City of Buenos Aires to Rome, from using T shirts to heavey winter cothes, a great 2004 Trip, .............. enjoyed everyday, only a few photos survived and so I just will up load one! ...............
Travelling Posted by artdealer in Travelling in Argentina, Chile & Uruguay | Feb 1, 2012
- RomaOur first day in Roma was wonderful, crowded, tiring - like the city itself.
We ventured onto the city bus from our rural apartment near the Vatican, and rode it downtown without any particular agenda. We got off Posted by globalmomma in Summer in Italy: Mangiare e Sognare | May 2, 2011
The last six months of my life have been a wild roller coaster ride to say the least. I finished my junior year at University of De Posted by la vita bella in La Vita Bella | Dec 31, 2011
- Europe and Africa through the Eyes of my iPhoneI've spent the last three and a half months of my life studying abroad through University of Denver's Cherrington Global Scholars program, and a large part of that time has been spent out and about traveling Europe, exploring everything I Posted by la vita bella in La Vita Bella | Dec 17, 2011
- My 6 L's to Happiness==Background==
Over 2 years ago in the summer of 2009, I spent 3 weeks in a place called Philmont. For those who aren't familiar with Philmont, it's a Boy Scout high adventure base in New Posted by la vita bella in La Vita Bella | Dec 4, 2011
- Time Flies
With so much to talk about, I really don't even know where to begin to write this post, but I guess the title says it all. Time Posted by la vita bella in La Vita Bella | Dec 3, 2011
- CIAO! - Roma (part 3/3) It was another early morning in Rome on Sunday and I was finally going to see the Colosseum! We met Tess again for breakfast. This time I got a pastry filled with strawberry jam and some sort of cheese (might Posted by kerryeaton in Explore.Dream.Discover | Nov 15, 2011
- Vatican City - Roma (pt. 2/3) We woke up pretty early on Saturday morning so that we wouldn’t waste the day away. We met our friend Tess for breakfast. We went to a little cafe right near the hotel. It Posted by kerryeaton in Explore.Dream.Discover | Nov 15, 2011
- Bella Roma! part 1/3 Rome was absolutely amazing. I loved (pretty much) everything about the city. The architecture was breath-taking, the weather was perfect, and the food was delicious. I did so much in the three days I was in Rome that this post Posted by kerryeaton in Explore.Dream.Discover | Nov 15, 2011
- 12 Days of Traveling Europe
After my last class for the last two weeks on October 20th, I went home to pack up my backpack for 12 days of travelling across Eur Posted by la vita bella in La Vita Bella | Nov 2, 2011
- Roma...Ok I promise the desire to pun is now out of my system.
Trevi Fountain, the Colosseum, The Arch of Constantine, The Roman Forum & Palatine Hill, The Spanish Steps, Vatican City, S Posted by sonnoz in MichaelSonia | Oct 26, 2011
- Final days of tour
Florence - not what we expected at all. Very lovely old city with cobblestone alleyways and spectacular marble buildings. Icons walking distance apart. We highly recommend a walking tour with a local tour guide as they are passionate about their Posted by GIJude in The J's Big Adventure | Oct 14, 2011
- The Necropolis Tour Underneath St. Peter's Basilica
This tour is one of Rome’s best-kept secrets, and I found out about it by chance while reading a guidebook on out-of-the-ordinary Rome. This tour takes you into the inner depths of St. Posted by TesoroTreasures in Tesoro's Travel Treasury | Oct 7, 2011
- RomeThere are about a million airlines that fly around Europe so it is not too difficult to get where you want to go, however what you may be saving in convenience you might be losing in quality. We had booked Posted by Ange and Adam in Ange and Adam's European Adventure | Sep 27, 2011