Agriturismo Oasi Belvedere

Address: Via Cese Chiuse e G., snc, Lazio, 04023, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Cese Chiuse e G., snc, Lazio, is near Via Tiberina, Tiber Village, and Torre del Grillo.
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    Travel Blogs from Lazio

    Florence or bust

    A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Oct 08, 2014

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    ... in her no-nonsense way - although she did soften when Sue complimented her on her outfit colour and broke into a lovely smile. (I think I love Italian women.) We sauntered inside and looked at the main board to find out which platform to go to and couldn't find Florence listed! Sue pulled out the booking to check the details and that was when we discovered we were at the wrong station! Our train was leaving from Tibertina! Where the hell was that? I don't know how it happened ...


    A travel blog entry by joannesuter on Sep 29, 2014

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    ... art galore. I felt quite privileged to have seen a couple of Leonardo da Vinci's works and of course, the almighty Sistine Chapel. Michael Angelo's incredible ceiling work - wow. I have to say - and again I reiterate I am NOT religious in the slightest - I felt so peaceful in the Sistine Chapel, so much so that I didn't want to leave when the tour guide hurried us through. I even managed to get a sneaky pic, REBEL. Some guys on the same tour as me definitely ...

    Rome - day 4 - Monday

    A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Sep 15, 2014

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    ... make noise, and there were many staff there enforcing it. The chapel was worth the visit for its reputation alone. All of its walls and ceiling were hand painted and the chapel is 40 x 13 metres on the ground, and 20 metres high. It is notable for its perfection, the proportions are perfect. Today it require a computer to design the art, but it was Michelangelo who oversaw a small team of artists starting in 1471 and it took some years to complete with the artists laying ...

    Vatican City

    A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Aug 25, 2014

    29 photos

    ... was three-dimensional and what was flat. As we closely examined the architecture we soon realized that most of the surfaces were flat! The artists had painted curtains, shadows, and figures so well that many looked lifelike. Even after knowing it was a painting, it was still amazingly deceptive!

    We continued through the chapel and on to St Peter's Basilica. Many churches around Europe are considered beautiful, but ...

    The Vatican City

    A travel blog entry by stevegrace on Jul 29, 2014

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    ... not permitted so most of my photos of the amazing artwork are blurred. Photography in the Sistine Chapel is totally prohibited.
    So most of my photos are of the inside of the Basilica where I had a chance to keep the camera still.
    But in all honesty, I spent most of my time looking up with my mouth open in awe of what I was seeing rather than trying to take photographs.

    Once we'd had our fill (well almost) of the incredible sights around St. ...