Trevi Fountain

17 Jun 19
Lizzy in Italy

Yesterday I landed in Rome and met up with my friend Amit! We checked in to the hostel and then hit the road to explore! We walked most of the city, ate lasagna and mushroom spaghetti for lunch, and took lots of pictures! At the end of the day, we had free pasta at the […]

17 Jun 19
Stories by Chris Rusu

This season, Mario created an incredible diary menu, which describes the period from 1860 to 1960. This is not just a list of cocktails, but technological discoveries of the last century, which are displayed in cocktails. This information is presented in the form of a personal diary, and Baccano as a place of research and experiments. 9 exclusive cocktails and 9 brilliant historical events.

17 Jun 19
Plenty Of Baggage

A couple of weeks ago my Mum, my Auntie and I decided to take a long weekend trip to Rome. Although I have travelled to many other parts of Italy, I had never actually been to the capital so we found a great time to go in May. After arriving on Thursday morning, we dropped […]

17 Jun 19
TheDexplorers

Third and final full day in hectic Rome. Internet at our B&B has been down for the duration of our stay, which was quite frustrating as it made us use our (prepaid) travel data which we’re trying to ration as it wasn’t cheap. This B&B is not really a castle but it’s cheap with a […]

17 Jun 19
jmcgraw56

This trip is really two trips.  First, Tuscany.  Then the Dolomites.  First biking, then hiking. Transition days tend to not be that interesting, except when you get to spend half a day and an evening in Rome (a city I am growing to love as much as Paris and Washington DC), and the next day […]

16 Jun 19
adventures of a typical high school student

Hello from Italy again everyone! Today we departed from Sorrento to take a short tour of the Pompeii ruins and then head to Rome by train. We woke up and ate our last breakfast at this hotel’s delicious buffet and then repacked all of the stuff floating in our room into our suitcases. My mom […]

16 Jun 19
ontheroad101

What’s left of the Roman Empire? Plenty, one thing, after another, so much to discover. Like ancient Greece, the base of classical Western culture. Good Golly, Miss Molly, we’re looking, at a time frame, that spans from 3,000 BC to 500 AD (before and after Jesus Christ), from the first emperor of Rome, Augustus Caesar, […]

16 Jun 19
125!

Rome at 97°F/31°C is hot and sticky. The Vatican at those temperatures is hot and sticky times the multitudes of thousands of visitors. Up to 20,000 per day in summer! So we were a hot sticky mess in a sandwich of hot sticky messy tourists, but most of us happy we did it. (Especially after […]

16 Jun 19
100 Days of Travel

We arrived in Rome late and taxied straight to our Air B&B. Our lovely host Marleen was there to meet us and give us a few hot spots for dinner and for the rest of our trip. After a long time in transit without food, we needed a little something before bed. Unfortunately nothing was […]

16 Jun 19
Journeys with my pencil

I have so enjoyed exploring Rome. I will be back! St Peter’s Square St Peter’s Basillica Castel Sant’Angelo Vatican Museums Trevi Fountain Spanish Steps The Pantheon Piazza Navona The Colosseum The Roman Forum

16 Jun 19
Italy 2k19

Today was a long day we walked over 21 Kms. Our journey started at Piazza Nova. Then we went to the Pantheon, which was a church originally dedicated to the Roman Gods, but now it’s Catholic. Then off to Trevi fountain Next we climbed the Spanish steps and watched Americans getting heckled to buy roses […]

16 Jun 19
Deborah J. Brasket

The last place we visited on our 30-day tour of Europe last year was Rome, the Eternal City. We only had a few days there, and there was so much to see. So I’ll be posting over several days to try to do justice to what we saw. This first post will be just random […]

15 Jun 19
Wanderlust Family Diaries

This year for spring break we decided to go to Europe for a week. We found a great deal to London so we bought our tickets. We chose to do a two-city jaunt and picked Rome in addition to London as it was the only major city in Italy that we haven’t been to yet. […]

15 Jun 19
Our Wilde Adventures

After the Vatican last night we all needed a serious sleep in. And then some feet up time! We headed out into the city around 2 with the Trevi fountain and Pantheon as our goal. We are quickly learning that just because there is a subway stop on your route, it doesn’t necessarily mean your […]

15 Jun 19
Backpacking Travel Blog

Before leaving for our first Rome with a toddler trip, we did a little research to find out what are the things to do in Rome and how other parents describe a trip to Rome with an infant. Visiting Rome with a toddler was mainly described as a resultless search for a changing table, feeding […]

15 Jun 19
Acordo Coletivo: Cidadania

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Federico Fellini OMRI Born 20 January 1920 Rimini, Italy Died 31 October 1993 (aged 73) Rome, Italy Occupation Filmmaker Years active 1945–1992 Notable work La Strada (1954) Nights of Cabiria (1957) La Dolce Vita (1960) 8½ (1963) Amarcord (1973) Spouse(s) Giulietta Masina (m. 1943) Federico Fellini, Cavaliere di Gran Croce OMRI (Italian: [fedeˈriːko felˈliːni]; 20 January 1920 […]