Domus Appia 154

Via Appia Nuova 154, Rome, Lazio, 00183, Italy | B&B
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    A big Day in Rome

    A travel blog entry by greghahn on Sep 20, 2013

    ... very effusive young Italian guy who still lives with mum) at the entrance to the museum, went through the security checks and we were in. Emanuele bought some of the history to life and he mentioned how pagan beliefs and items had found there way into "Christianity". I mentioned we were interested in that and he proceeded to point out those sorts of objects through the tour. On through Egyptian rooms, ancient Greek & Roman statues, archives, the Tapestry ...

    Ancient Rome

    A travel blog entry by badefamily on Aug 18, 2013

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... walking tour of Ancient Rome. To get there we went via the Tibre River, and saw its Island. The looked at Circus Massimo, which is just bare ground now, but where the chariot races were held.
    Our tour started at Augustus Arches, then into the Colosseum and walked round the Arcade of Constantine, then up and down the tiers, some of the seating tiers and columns are still in place.The place where the lions were held is full of narrow lanes, it is below where the gladiators ...

    Wandering Rome

    A travel blog entry by while on Jun 02, 2013

    5 photos

    After another delicious cappuccino complimentary with my hostel stay, I walk to the Pantheon. The GPS tracker on my iPod works with my offline map app, so I can confirm every once in a while that I'm still headed the right way. There's a service of some kind in the Pantheon, so I just admire the scale of it from the outside. My guide-app tells me that it's the largest unsupported dome around, and that sneaky construction techniques like baskets of pumice ...


    A travel blog entry by coach27 on Mar 24, 2013

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    ... an boorish bus conductor and ended up busing to Termini Station and taxiing to Piazza Navona, where the taxi driver gave up on trying to find Via Paola, kicking her out and zooming off. Cheryl, sans phone, fell upon the mercy of passers-by to get directions to the apartment.

    Meanwhile, we had been periodically walking to the bus stop to wait for the airport shuttles. Eventually, Cheryl borrowed somebody's phone and called ...

    Ciao Roma!

    A travel blog entry by saradougherty on Jan 23, 2013

    4 comments, 15 photos

    ... the major developments in Italian painting, sculpture and architecture during the seventeenth century with a particular focus on the role of art patrons as catalysts for change. A range of patrons will be considered, from popes, cardinals, religious orders, and foreign kings, to scholars, nuns, widows, and a disinherited virgin queen. The range of motives that led these patrons to spend fortunes on art, ...