Virginia Hotel

Address: Via Montebello 94, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 2 star hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Rome

    She-wolf

    A travel blog entry by ecollier on Jan 13, 2015

    1 photo

    ... origins, both held characteristics of strong leaders. After discovering the truth they go and kill Amulius and restore Numitor to his throne. Romulus and Remus did not agree on where they wanted to found a new city; Romulus on Palatine Hill and Remus on Aventine Hill. After fighting, Remus is killed and Romulus names the new city after himself, Rome. Rome evolves as a new and powerful city. The statue of the she-wolf is important because it tells us the beginning of Roman ...

    Benvenuti in Italia!

    A travel blog entry by dbragoli on Sep 24, 2014

    10 comments, 7 photos

    ... sitting outside, enjoying my morning coffee there and writing my blog !

    For now, that's pretty much it.. I haven't visited much yet as I was too busy figuring my things out! Now that im settled in, ill start enjoying and visiting...More pictures to come within the next few days :)

    Last expression they've been telling me '' In Italia tutto si aggiusta" Everything gets fixed ! Lol! its true!

    Arrivederci ...

    Roma!

    A travel blog entry by mccloskey on May 11, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... genius, beautiful man. His art was comforting to me, yet disturbing at the same time and I cried at a couple of his pieces. After spending three hours in there, my prior interest in him turned into a new infatuation. Another great part of my trip was visiting the Capuchin Monk Crypt which contains the skeletal remains of over 3700 monks. It was extremely horrifying, yet truly captivating at the same time. Word of advice though: if you want to visit any of ...

    Day 23 - Pope and time travel. Goodbye.

    A travel blog entry by lauzian on May 08, 2014

    1 comment, 44 photos

    ... to take were immediately deleted, so apologies for the strange angle and slight lack of focus.

    Sneaking through a cheeky 'Tour Guides Only' back door of the Sistine Chapel we were able to take a direct route to St. Peter's and avoid the pesky walk-out-of-the-country-and-back-in-aga in double security check. St. Peter's is so large. Such high ceilings. Where other churches build levels to add functionality to the church, St. Peter's leaves ...

    Day 7 Top decktour - Orvieto and Rome

    A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw on Dec 06, 2013

    15 photos

    ... like ninjas! Also a lot of metamorphic pictures which aren’t sure what they are meant to symbolise. But it was a truly beautiful church well worth visiting.

    We had time to grab lunch there and Orvieto is known for pigeon and wild boar. The shops selling boar have a stuffed boar outside the door so we could identify them. We each got a boar sandwich was really tasty but didn’t taste that wild.

    Back on the bus with everyone we headed into Rome. ...