Marco Polo

Via Magenta 39, Rome, Lazio, 185, Italy | 3 star hotel
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    The Vatican...and no ride in the Popemobile :>(

    A travel blog entry by tomfillingim on Aug 09, 2014

    5 comments, 11 photos

    ... it appears as though many of them are sculpted. In actuality, they are not. The ceilings are painted with such detail that they appear to have the depth of a sculpture. Most of the paintings that depict Peter or other martyrs have them holding something. That 'something' they are holding in the painting is, in most cases, what they were killed with.

    Many of the paintings have a theme that revolves around 'keys'. God giving the keys to Peter, the ...

    Naples – Not a Pickpocket in Sight

    A travel blog entry by sntj on Nov 27, 2013

    41 photos

    ... reception rooms or the even larger ballroom. All opulently decorated. However, a building this size and this grand does have some downsides - the heating bill must have been the GNP of a small country and they would have needed an army of cleaners to keep the place clean, particularly given the 10 metre ceilings. [Today they are clearly losing that latter battle.]

    Although many furnishings have been lost over the years, the rooms on display ...

    Caesar's stomping grounds

    A travel blog entry by pandar on Oct 17, 2013

    24 photos

    ... glory. So in a few years, it could be even more brilliant than it is now. So many people and animals per day died here for the enjoyment of the people in the stands, it must have been unreal to watch the mayhem of the arena, with the blood lust of the people. After the Colosseum we wandered out and down the road toward Circus Maximus, grab a sandwich and a drink, and continue south.Circus Maximus was not being used for chariots today. We have a ...

    Driving in Italy- quite an experience!

    A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Aug 30, 2013

    1 photo

    ... even pedestrians. You get the picture. Also watch for being "panda'd" a small car usually driven so slowly by an elderly person that you must pass or you will go bonkers as you will be stuck in a slow vortex as others zoom by. Lastly, and you can't miss these folks, are those who can't seem to make up there minds one lane to another, so instead they straddle the line between lanes?! Small Is Good: Having a small vehicle not only helps you blend with ...

    Day Nine: Roma.

    A travel blog entry by grant.gullekson on Aug 14, 2013

    37 photos

    ... wall. The Colloseum is where the Romans held games with animals against animals, animals against gladiators, and gladiators against gladiators. Something I didn't know was that gladiators were sponsored and most fights were choreographed! Our guide compared the games to WWE Wrestling except that the gladiators were sometimes killed after a decision by Caesar with a motion from his thumb. Down indicated ...