Domus Livia Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... The Pantheon is a circular structure with large granite columns in front. A rectangular vestibule links the porch to the rotunda, which is under a concrete dome with a central opening to the sky called the "Oculus". Our guide told us that almost two thousand years after it was built, the Pantheon's dome is still the largest unreinforced concrete dome in the world. Amazing. After wandering through a few more back streets, we arrived at the Largo di ...
... Vatican museum and saw the Raphael rooms, incredible tapestries, sculptures, the hall of maps (which I loved), and even works of art by Matisse and Chagall and Dali. The trump loil everywhere was so realistic that it was hard to tell what was painted and what was carved. Most of the rooms had every inch of every surface covered with decoration of some kind. And then the Sistine chapel! Rich gave us some more history and and explanation of some of ...
... In fact he managed to get us to the apartment at the same time Eva arrived and apologised, via Eva, for speeding.
Eva showed us through the apartment and also provided us with various maps highlighting walking trails in the neighbourhood as well as to major sites. We really aren’t that far from anything.
The apartment is rather compact and has what we’ll need to make ourselves comfortable and ...
... The rest of the night as spent in the cozy apartment sharing good food and good wine with our host and our other apartment mates. Stories were shared, laughs were had and friendships were made. Prior to our Europe trip, during the planning phase, we were debating the merits of staying in a hotel, staying in a self sufficient apartment, or staying in a home stay with a local. We decided to give all of them a try- in Barcelona & Rome we would be living in home ...
As my cultural event for the week, I finally went to visit Musei Capitolini Centrale Montemartini, a part of the central Capitoline Museum which houses much of the overflow from the main museum site. It is housed in an abandoned electric power plant and the contrast between the industrial and ancient is almost more fascinating than the works of art. I spent the morning wandering through the museum and ...