Domus Livia Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... s name, but I learned that it means 3 streets in Italian because it is located where 3 streets run into each other. Unfortunately, everything in the city was in the process of being cleaned due to a large celebration that is going to happen. Therefore, the fountain was turned off and completely void of water. It was also barricaded off and we could only see it through glass. I was a little bummed because it was one of the things I was most excited to see. After that ...
... Botticelli, the artist, is not trying to symbolize divinity as much as paint a culture that Italy arose from. Botticelli, like many Renaissance artists, was influenced by the classic culture and art. That is why mythological figures were and still are being depicted. Mythology is no longer used as a practice of religion, but it is used as an expression of ...
... And we enjoy and throw coins in hats And continue on downtown - we walk and walk and walk Across the Tiber River Past fountains, traffic, narrow pathways, brightly lit stores Finally to La Fraschetta on the hotel's recommendation It's great - perfecto - as our waiter repeated over and over Long strands of garlic and peppers and a wood fired oven Add to the ambience Of this down-home taverna Just feels right to be here With Nina and Archie The first of more trips We ...
... only heightened our anticipation. We both got a delicious berry one and Bradley got a yoghurt honey one and I got a fig and caramel one. They really were delicious, the texture and taste were amazing. We walked back to the metro to head to the Vatican Museum, passing some more old buildings (Rome is full of them), and the Opera House. We were pleased to see that the workers were right and the queue was much more manageable when we arrived back! As we made our ...
... and a gel filled tomato that squeals when you splat it on the ground. For me it was boots, handbags, espresso pots, scarves and so much more. We finally found Campo de Fiori which I had been looking for for days but always ended up miles away. So fantastic - imagine the typically beautiful Roman piazza with a big fountain, surrounded by cafés, bars and delis, filled to the brim with market stalls selling everything from flowers to ceramics to ...