Villa Emidia

Via Servilia 8, Rome, Lazio, 00118, Italy | Lodge
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The Vatican

A travel blog entry by alipie


We started off our day waking up early and going to the Vatican Museum. It was very cool to see the statues and slates from different time eras and countries. The ceilings of all of the buildings in Italy are so beautiful and intricate. After walking through the Vatican Museum, we walked through the Sistine Chapel. We sat and looked up at all of the paintings and it was like nothing I'd ever ...

Happy birthday Edward

A travel blog entry by sindlen

... three different types of marble and granite that were used in columns - some from as far away as Egypt. We then went and looked at the second floor before heading to the second part of the tour which was of Palentine Hill. It was really interesting. We then walked through town to the Pantheon. There were lots of school groups and the teachers looked at me and were trying to work out if I was part of their group. We then walked to Piazza Navona where there was a ...

Roman' Around

A travel blog entry by bigfootineurope


Welcome to Dani-talia!

Venice wiped me out yesterday. The heat drained me and I actually fell asleep while talking with a friend online and if you know me, you understand how unheard of that is for me to do! Needless to say I slept hard last night and dragged myself a bit this am but was able to sleep and rejuvenate on the coach.

Today was a travel day for the most part and we traversed into some of the various regions of Italy. We left the ...

When in Rome

A travel blog entry by schweetbix

... is a pretty spectacular thing to do, there is so much going on and so many people. You always seem to get lost down an alleyway then erupt out into a little Piazza with an awesome statue, or fountian, or church, or any combination of the above. All with people everywhere!

That evening we visited the Colloseum (still skipping the huge lines, ha!). Even in the slightly derelict state it's in this stadium is impressive. We wandered around it and I was trying to imagine what it ...

Roma, Day 4

A travel blog entry by howardhalm


... political parties that are about evenly divided with three different views of how money should be spent. We thought legislative stalemate was bad in the U.S.

Arriving at San Luigi dei Francesi Church before noon, we were able to view 3 Caravaggio's in the places where they were meant to be seen.

Next, we walked about Plaza Narvonne to view a Bellini fountain located next to a Bernini church facade. Bernini ...


This lodge, located on Via Servilia 8, Rome, is near Appia Antica, Tomb of Cecilia Metella, Circeo Peninsula, and Artimport.
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