Villa Maria

Address: Largo Berchet 4, Rome, Lazio, Italy | Hotel
 
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      Rome, Italy- Day 17

      A travel blog entry by nicski on Jun 28, 2014

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      Apparently Rome was the first city in the world to reach a population of $1m. Seems like there is about $1m tourists today. Not a pretty city but fascinating ancient ruins everywhere. It use to be surrounded by a massive wall. It's still there however the city is now much bigger. First stop the Colesseum. Apparently 500,000 people died here. (Gladiator fights or execution). The Colesseum is massive itself, held 50,000 people. We went up to the 2nd floor- ...

      Rome-ing around

      A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz on Mar 11, 2014

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      Ciao!

      This past weekend I was finally home again and able to explore my city with our second installment of visitors. Margaret, Julia, and Tommy all came from various cities around Europe to reunite with Lexy and I and celebrate Margaret's 21st Birthday! We had the best time and I was able to try some new restaurants, sites, and I was finally done with midterms and could go out and have some fun!

      Thursday night the girls arrived late and we grabbed ...

      Heading solo

      A travel blog entry by lindaa48 on Oct 19, 2013

      28 photos

      ... along the streets. The Trevi Fountain is packed so I don't spend long there instead follow the signs to the Pantheon. I've been really looking forward to seeing it again as it is the main reason I wanted to come back to Rome. I think it is the most beautiful and awesome building I've ever seen. I'm not disappointed! The columns on it's portico are enormous and walking inside I'm struck by it's sheer size and beauty. I love the geometry and precision ...

      Vatican Museums

      A travel blog entry by andrew397 on Sep 03, 2013

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      Sistine Chapel The Sistine Chapel was breathtaking and overwhelming. What a magnificent sight and we both just sat in amazement for over an hour studying the gorgeous frescoes hand painted over years by the finest artists of all time. It was a moment Kim and I will never forget. No cameras or phones allowed and everyone had to be silent. Photos could never do justice to this magnificent and sacred site. We climbed to the top of St Peters Basilica cupola and looked over ...

      From Rome, Onward!

      A travel blog entry by swdsull on Aug 28, 2013

      1 comment, 65 photos

      ... to experience go, and got to enter the majestic splendor of St. Peter's Basilica in the afternoon. I was struck dumb upon entering. The magnificence of this place amazed and dazzled me, and I got some chills thinking of how so many Saints had entered the very doors through which I entered, or stood gazing at the very marvelous things I now stood, mouth agape, beneath. I viewed the magnificent Pieta, which was the piece of Michelangelo's work that inspired Pope Julius II ...

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