Domus Inn

Address: Via Velletri, 10, Rome, Lazio, 00188, Italy | Inn
 
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      Last day in beautiful Roma - Italy will be missed!

      A travel blog entry by linarogers on Dec 16, 2014

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      Last day in Rome/Italy turned out to be a very quiet day. We packed this morning – hoping we won't be overweight for Alitalia. We are going to leave behind food, cleaning stuff etc and maybe some clothing. We walked out to our favourite coffee bar in Trastevere for the last time and then went to the supermarket briefly. On ...

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      A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Aug 05, 2014

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      Mum’s comments stuck with me as we headed south and boarded a last minute boat to Antarctica. Visiting this continent was perhaps the most fascinating location in our adventures to date. It was my 7th continent but only Rachael’s 5th. I could ...

      Roaming around Rome

      A travel blog entry by dmatten on Apr 10, 2014

      ... step. I headed into a pharmacy that was right in front of us and bought him a pack of Nicarette. He complained about it for the first three minutes; "This is gross", "its not the same", "its not working", before it started to kick in. Once it hit him he had nothing but praise. "This is amazing", "It really works", "I didn't realize I needed it so much". The transition was funny to watch. We reached the church and, of course, it was beautiful. The walls ...

      Ostia Antica and More Churches *Shocker*

      A travel blog entry by jmarmstrong on Mar 04, 2014

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      ... When we visited we saw the ancient ruins of a city that was once there. Before you enter what was the actual city, there was the ancient cemetery just outside the city walls, which was tradition back then. There were true cobblestones on the grounds and what is left of the brick foundations of the former city walls and homes. At Ostia Antica, the mosaic flooring of the community baths were even pristinely ...

      The Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel

      A travel blog entry by chrisandros on Nov 07, 2013

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      ... took 4 years to paint. The ceiling depicts the history of the world through to the 1540s starting with the creation of earth. Michelangelo was a sculptor and did not want to be painting the chapel. He was threatened with excommunication if he didn't do it. Judgement day was painted 30 years later when Michelangelo was 67 and it took him 5 years. There is real symbolism in the painting. The Pieta carving ...