Domus Vitellia

Address: Via Vitellia 95, Rome, Lazio, 00152, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near Janiculum Hill, Villa Doria Pamphilj, Villa Sciarra, and Museo Garibaldino e Museo della Divisione Partigiana.
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    Tue 9th - Fri 19th June 2015, Spain, France, Italy

    A travel blog entry by sam.wilson on Jun 17, 2015

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    ... get bits of shopping for lunch and rush back to the van to dry off and eat. After Siena, our next stop is the campsite we have booked for the next two nights in Rome. It does not take us long with half a drive each, but the ring road in Rome is very complicated. I drive on to the ring road along an impossibly short slip road, and as a result have to come to a stop or be hit. The Italians do not much like to ‘let people in’ on the road and so I am stuck for ages, nudging ...

    Our Rainy Day Explorations

    A travel blog entry by cascademayer on Jan 21, 2015

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    ... read a little in the metro station waiting for our friends to come back, but we ended up leaving because we realized there was no way they could get back to us (don't worry all ended well and they got to explore on their own and made it safely to our final destination). This piazza has what are called the twin churches because the same artist designed them and put them right next to each other and they only look slightly different. Before we explored the churches we saw some gardens ...

    Living like Romans

    A travel blog entry by tinadoug on Sep 25, 2014

    8 photos

    ... whistle is blowing non stop. We've walked past it at least a dozen times over the last few days and still haven't taken a photo. There's not much to see anyway. We'll go down early in the morning before the crowds arrive. People are still throwing coins even though there are signs asking them not to so the marble isn't damaged but honestly people are so thoughtless. A mini fountain and coin pool has been set up but it can't be seen most of the time. ...

    Day 9: Roma Antica

    A travel blog entry by bkseitz on Sep 21, 2014

    47 photos

    ... shorter than they should have been. You can see if you look carefully from the side of the dome and compare the roof lines out front! - Bronze was removed from the exterior ceiling to construct pillars inside St Peter's Basilica. Our next stop was at the gorgeous Saint Ignatius church. This is the true work of a Jesuit painter. The pictures don't do this one justice, but the artist was able to paint in dimension creating optical illusions. This fresco ceiling is meant to appeal to ...

    Is the Pope Catholic?

    A travel blog entry by jmdipippa on May 21, 2014

    4 comments, 10 photos

    ... is not just information. It is using what we know to take care of all creation.

    Then priests representing the various language groups of the world extend the Pope greetings and he reciprocates. Then the Pope gives his blessing - called the Apostolic Blessing - and he extends it not only to the people in the square but to everyone in our families and our prayers. Finally, the ceremony is over but the Pope is not. He spend the next hour schmoozing with ...

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