Antica Domus

Address: Via XX Settembre 95, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Back to yesterday

A travel blog entry by jayton on Oct 06, 2014

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... inside was wonderful. Part of the church had been made into a small museum of the articles used in it over the centuries. There is a painting on wood that was done in 1315. The paint has been touched up a bit over the last 700 years, but the timber is genuine.

Down the street to a cafe for a nice leisurely lunch. Good food and wine in a lovely setting. We sat at an outside table and were the only ...

Biggest day ever

A travel blog entry by jessanderson on Aug 01, 2014

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... some of their products were made and then had the opportunity to purchase some things. It wasn't all that much cheaper than home so I didn't get anything there. After a delicious lunch with some of the group it was time to get back on our much loved bus for the long drive to Rome. Upon arriving in Rome it was time for ANOTHER walking tour.. Joy to our ears. While it was stunning seeing the sights we were all too tired and sick to ...

Rome Italy

A travel blog entry by nawids on Jun 11, 2014

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... all I found Rome very multicultural, welcoming and truly open book for those who love history, art and enjoy live and walk history.

June 11 around 9:30 we landed in Leonard Divehi airport in Rome. Since we were traveling inside EU so there wasn't any custom so we directed to exit and in to the area of claim luggage which are very conveniently located next to transportation hub to the city. We got a taxi for the fixed rate of 48.00 to our Hotel. Hotel ...

A slice of Eternity

A travel blog entry by faerenuff on May 26, 2014

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... Robyn gets out her trusty maps. “Next stop the Pantheon” she says and starts to try and plot a route. I lake at the adjoining building with its domed roof and columns and point out to her that perhaps we have already arrived.

The Pantheon is a huge cylinder supporting the largest dome to exist until the Renaissance, and even now some 2000 plus years after being built, it is an impressive feat of building and engineering. Twelve of its columns ...

Saying Goodbye, then on to the next Adventure!

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Sep 15, 2013

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... back to the ATM. I wanted to be sure that I had enough cash to pay for the apartment and anything else I needed right away. Diane is staying 4 additional nights at the Europa hotel; Ian and Andrea are also spending 4 more nights in Rome before they continue on to Egypt (!). They are in the middle of a 14 week extensive holiday! Diane and also Ian and Andrea are all from New Zealand. Audrine and Jerry stopped for a moment. They will be spending a couple more nights at the ...