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Travel Blogs from Santa Marinella
... in the 19th century and a Japanese company gave them the money to finish it on the condition, that they retained the rights to the art- hence no photos as you need to buy the book if you want to see photos of it. Another useless piece of info for you all.
From the Chapel we went into St Peters Basilica, it is the largest church in the world. Every surface is plasterd with gold leaf, no gold coloured paint for the Pope. It ...
We picniced on a nice sandy stretch of beach followed by a liesurly stroll down the embarcadero with the locals. We got quite a few strange looks as we were the only tourists about, however, I suspect it was becuase we wore fleece jackets while most of the locals wore heavy, down-filled looking parka things. It was at least 65F. The wine and food were ...
... and we headed to Vatican City. When we got to the entrance, we had to have our bags and electronic devices scanned. It felt like an airport. Security was pretty tight. We then lined up and were given headsets and then walked out to the open area. Elaine explained about the painting and then gave us history on why each section was there. We were standing in the sun and it was blistering hot. I found it ***********centrate and all I wanted to do was find shade. ...
... extremely strategic for Rome. Both Roman Republic and Imperial notables understood what future generals and statemen had to also learn in similar circumstances (our Generals Washington and U.S. Grant, for instance), that rivers are natural highways to transport men and goods quickly. Both Scipio and Sulla transported troops and supplies through Ostia in moments that defined Rome for generations. Puteoli was too far south ...
... of Patricia (pronounced PA-TRIT-CIA…cool huh??) for the rest of the day. Now I haven't taken many guided tours in all the miles of travel under my belt, but this woman REALLY knew her stuff! The details she gave us all day long would have filled a volume of books on Rome and I only wish we could remember 10% of the fun facts that we heard.
We had 4 stops on our mission today and the first was Trevi Fountain. It dates ...
Other places to stay in Santa Marinella
Lungomare G Marconi 64, Santa Marinella | 2 star hotelfrom $122
Via Aurelia 164, Santa Marinella | 3 star hotelfrom $108
Via Aurelia 383, Santa Marinella | Hotelfrom $108
Via Aurelia, 30, S. Marinella, Santa Marinella | Hotelfrom $121
Piazza Trieste 6, Santa Marinella | 2 star hotelfrom $109
Lungomare G. Marconi, 23 , Santa Marinella | Hotelfrom $94