Martini Bed

Via dei Fulvi 67, Rome, Lazio, 00174, Italy | B&B
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    Day 15 -Vatican and Coliseum

    A travel blog entry by boardman on Jul 29, 2014

    21 photos

    ... me that much more appreciation for what he did. Frescoes were painted on wet plaster, so there were people making the plaster and Michael Angelo had to paint on it before it dried, which sealed in the colors. Not laying on his back, but bending over backwards! How did they make those huge buildings in that day and age? Just baffles me! While the sights were beautiful, Rome itself did not impress me. It was such ...

    We are going to Ravello tomorrow.

    A travel blog entry by chrissimonic on Aug 30, 2013

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    ... house in Praiano. The bus trip home was an eye opener, because as we drove back around the coast on sum of the corners you are looking down a sheer drop. We were sitting in the front seats, so our view is uninterrupted ( probably not a good idea ) Our driver was driving around this winding road steering with one hand, one arm out the window, talking on the Mobil phone, smoking a cigarette. The roads are that ...

    Rome wasn't explored in a day

    A travel blog entry by laura.hamlyn on Jul 16, 2013

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    ... I eventually decided on a coconut, peanut butters, and Mars Bar cone. Three scoops is what the Italians consider to be small!

    After devouring our gelato, which seemed to melt quicker than we could eat it, we headed to Piazza Venezia. Even though it was vastly difference in appearance from any other building in Rome - the Romans call it the 'Wedding Cake' because of how white and tiered it is - I'd never seen or heard of it before. From ...

    A private tour of Rome

    A travel blog entry by jnight on Jun 09, 2013

    161 photos

    ... long and entertaining day.

    After a bit of a rest I decided I wanted a bit of a walk so went back through the Villa Borghese, this time past the Museum of Modern Art and the Villa Guilia (another museum in the park) and ultimately across the river. I then followed the river south past several bridges, ending up at the Victor Emmanuel Bridge near the Vatican. This bridge has several large sculptural groups on ...

    Rome by the Day

    A travel blog entry by bliebenow on May 19, 2013

    152 photos

    ... and it is really incredible to see large marble buildings amongst the more modern.

    Our hotel was just beyond the Pantheon, so we started there. From the back, which you could see from our hotel, the Pantheon looks like—in the words of my dad—an ugly water tower. From the front, though, it is incredibly well-preserved and impressive. From there we went to Trevi Fountain, which both my dad and I enjoyed the most out of ...