Dimora Storica Urbana Roma

Via Urbana no 33, Rome, Lazio, Italy | 2 star b&b
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This 2 star B&B, located in the Monti area of Rome, is near Basilica di San Pietro, Church of San Pietro (Tuscania), Santa Maria Maggiore (Tuscania), and Santa Pudenziana.
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    Another busy day in Rome

    A travel blog entry by bridget.boccini on Jul 01, 2014

    22 photos

    Today we slept in until 6:45-7 AM, what a treat. Our first stop of the day was the Borghese Gallery for our morning tour. We were looking forward to seeing the amazing art collection and estate belonging to the family of Cardinal Scipione Borghese, the nephew of Pope Paul V. The grounds also contain gardens, a museum and a zoo. The audio tour was a little confusing, but eventually we figured it out. There were ...

    Orvieto

    A travel blog entry by wildwoodwalk on May 08, 2014

    7 photos

    ... bath complex was built between 298 and 305 and covered a surface area of 1.5 million feet, lots of smelly Romans to wash I guess. Attached to the baths is a church Santa Maria degli Angeli. Another work from Michelangelo, his last before dying. He managed to incorporate the original walls of the baths into the facade. The facade is very plain but the inside is spectacular. A rare little treat was the huge organ being played.
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    Rome Wasn't Visited in a Day

    A travel blog entry by zo_zo on Dec 02, 2013

    310 photos

    ... given a short sword, called a gladius. Oh, and that famous scene in The Gladiator, the one where the emperor decides to let Maximus live by giving a thumbs-up? That's not how it worked. The people came to see blood. It's what they wanted. The thumb system is actually the reverse. The emperor would give a thumbs-up when the gladiator was put to death. A thumbs-down meant they could live, and everyone would actually have booed, and not cheered like they did in the movie. A ...

    Europe!

    A travel blog entry by adam.weier on Sep 20, 2013

    ... on many occasions during this trip. We finished the day with a few beers, a reflection and then dinner at a local restaurant. Overall a busy day. On the next day we caught the metro in Rome, and this was awesome. Our first stop was the Colosseum. Words cannot do it justice. To imagine the Christians in the arena facing their martyrdom with a love of Jesus, and such a strength of Character was a faith inspiring moment. From ...

    Rome - Day 1 afternoon & evening

    A travel blog entry by mjstein on Sep 17, 2013

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... It took a bit of walking in the huge station to get ourselves sorted, but soon enough we boarded our double-decker open-topped tour bus for a 2-hour tour of the city. These bus tours, with recorded audio commentary, are our favourite way to orient ourselves to a new and/or historically-rich city. It's also a very forgiving way to spend the afternoon when 6-hours jet lagged! Anyway, it was a great tour and introduction to Rome. We ...