Il Rifugio Dei Cardinali

Address: Via Dei Fiori 120, Santa Marinella, Lazio, 00058, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Via Dei Fiori 120, Santa Marinella, is near Cittavecchia (Old Quarter) and Institute of Design and Culture.
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        Holy Rome

        A travel blog entry by lynnyl on Sep 25, 2015

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        ... of Athens and to have Paulo explain it.
        Of course the Sistine chapel was awe inspiring, there was supposed to be silence inside so Paulo gave us a detailed explanation of the panels beforehand. Every picture I have seen makes it seem so busy that I thought it would be hard to see everything, but the scale is so large that it was easy to read and much clearer than I remember from pictures. The Last Judgement seemed so sad, ...


        A travel blog entry by kthaennadv on Jul 20, 2015

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        Our stay in Rome was fairly short but we had a packed schedule. We arrived at our place in Trastevere around 2PM and after showering because way too hot, we made our way out into town. We were able to see the Vittorio Emmanuel II Monument (War Memorial), the Trevi Fountain (which was under construction...bleh), and the Pantheon. We absolutely loved the War Memorial - it was MASSIVE! It also gave us our favorite view of Rome. ...


        A travel blog entry by sandra.r on May 07, 2015

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        Mama Mia! We spent the morning on a tour of the ancient ruins of the Colosseum and the Forum. Both were fascinating. Walking the street Julius Caesar walked moments before his assassination, imagining victorious armies marching through the triumphant arches and the hustle and bustle of daily life here thousands of years ago, was amazing. The Colosseum was crowded with thousands ...

        Last Day in Rome

        A travel blog entry by jmuir82 on May 07, 2014

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        ... is Teatro di Marcello. A theatre started by Julius Caesar and finished by Augutus, and named after Caesar's niece Marcello. What is really cool about this building is half of it faced the Jewish Ghetto and was protected from the elements and is almost 100% pristine, while the otherwise facing outward is almost rubble. This site isn't restored to walk through it, just to walk around it. The Romans sure likes building their amphitheaters! Next we stopped at ...

        Day 17 - Rome

        A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Dec 08, 2013

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        ... boxes were provided at the north and south ends respectively for the Emperor and the Vestal Virgins, providing the best views of the arena. Flanking them at the same level was a broad platform or podium for the senatorial class, who were allowed to bring their own chairs. The names of some 5th century senators can still be seen carved into the stonework, presumably reserving areas for their use. The tier above the senators, known as the maenianum primum, was occupied by the ...