Villino Gregoraci Relais
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... visit into just the essential elements in an almost 4 hour tour. The artwork here is incredible, I loved the long hallway filled with beautifully painted maps of extreme accuracy for the time, whose ceilings were painted in at trompe d'oeile style that made the flat painting look like a relief sculpture, it was so good I still am not completely convinced it isn't! We saw many masterpieces, I was so glad to get to see ...
... as well as a tomb and a memorial designed Bernini. The Egyptian obelisk in front of the church, the shortest of 11 in the city, sits atop an elephant also designed by Bernini.
Is that enough art and history for you in one day? It sure is for me, and I even learned a few of the tid bits in this blog in the process of writing it. One thing is for sure - the city of Rome is jam packed with magnificent architecture in many layers, and art is everywhere to be found.
... over the last two days as a result. Even though the airport is functioning again, it's only at 50% capacity. There are many people in our hotel who've had to book extra nights in the hotel because their flight has been delayed for 2 days. We are waiting to see if our flight is going ahead at the scheduled time of 10:00 Saturday night, arriving in Brisbane at 6:30am Monday. Que sera ...
... kosher lunch of flatbread sandwiches in the main market of the Jewish Ghetto. We walked the area and saw the original Jewish Ghetto walls where the pope of the time rounded up the Jewish Italians in the 1500s and restricted them to only the area within the walls. Like I said, not so pleasant. During WWII, the Nazis recreated the historical ghetto and in 1943 shipped out ~3700 Jewish Italians to Auschwitz - only 16 ever came back to Italy. Next to the ...
... upon conclusion of the event or in an emergency evacuation, could permit their exit within only a few minutes. The name vomitoria derived from the Latin word for a rapid discharge, from which English derives the word vomit. Interior seating According to the Codex-Calendar of 354, the Colosseum could accommodate 87,000 people, although modern estimates put the figure at around 50,000. They were seated in a tiered arrangement that reflected the rigidly stratified nature of Roman ...