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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    A little step down in Rome

    A travel blog entry by goodner on Sep 20, 2014

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    ... s Basilica, the headquarters of the Catholic Church. Our tour guide was quick to point out that this amazing cathedral was focused around all of the popes, beginning with St Peter, rather than Jesus or Marie (unlike most other churches and cathedrals around the world). It was designed to inspire the visiting faithful and reinforce the authority of the pope and the Catholic Church. It was impressive, to say the least. We finished our tour in St Peter's ...

    Church on Saturday with the masses

    A travel blog entry by vazzhobspainit on Jun 29, 2014

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    ... yes this is true.
    Friday morning - to the airport and delivery of the black bongo van come bus that Guido named "the black peril"
    Roma sweet Roma
    Here we are, last night we enjoyed a wonderful meal - yes more food and today was spent at the Vatican. Our personal guide Sylvia along with Suor Teresa (Guido's cousin who is a nun in Roma) had us "skipped the line" and taking in The Vatican museum, Sistine Chapel and ...

    Colosseum and All you can eat buffet!

    A travel blog entry by sbbwebsters on May 15, 2014

    16 comments, 11 photos

    ... a platter filled with pork (like ham), and said it was another test. After that, she came with a platter filled with roasted pork, and was also free! By that time, we were all cracking up. The cook also brought us some panini/pizza/hamburger and then some pasta and bread. everybody was staring at us, and by then we couldn't breath we were laughing so hard. We thought it must be a joke. But it turned out the food was not free, but it was good and fun. So much for the ...

    Ancient Rome and the Shrinking Dome

    A travel blog entry by kinwah on Feb 08, 2014

    9 photos

    ... area with water and stage naval performances. Gladiators would also fight one another, slaves brought to the arena to participate in the gladiatorial games. Sometimes free men would volunteer, chasing riches and glory, though this was uncommon. It is a stark reminder of the brutal and violent histories of past civilisations.

    Exiting the Colosseum, we went eastwards, in search of the tratorria Luzzi, another recommendation from Mario. He mentioned to me that ...

    We've seen soooooooo much!

    A travel blog entry by rome_aq on Oct 16, 2013

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    ... is the station church for Ash Wednesday. Hiding in a corner outside is a wooden door that has many wooden panels with carvings on them. The top left panel is a carving of the crucifixion of Christ. This is the earliest surviving/known depiction of Christ on a crucifix. These doors were made in 432.

    We made our way back to the residence and got ready for lunch. We packed for our trip to Cinque Terre tomorrow!



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