Casa Vacanze Aurelia

Via Leone Magno 50, Rome, Lazio, 00167, Italy | Villa
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Vatican treasures

A travel blog entry by sindlen


... mind. One other surprise for me was the relative insignificance of the "God's finger touching Adam's finger" part of the famous ceiling. I remain, however, with the mental picture of Michelangelo up there, on his back, on a set of moveable aluminium scaffolding, as unlikely as it is. Could have sat there looking for ages though. Ian] One thing that I did find amazing was the number of people who were touching things. Ed saw one group lean on something in the Egyptian rooms! ...

When in Rome

A travel blog entry by shaeshae88

... and images which seemed three dimensional due to the use of shadows. Cherubs jumped off the wall and I loved being able to see the brush strokes up close. In the museum is the Sistine Chapel which was really quite beautiful to see. Security were constantly having to "shhhhh" people and telling them not to take photos. I hate being told off so I didn't risk it. I do wish that I had paid the extra 7€ for the audio guide though so I could of gotten a better understanding of what I ...

Strolling Ancient Rome

A travel blog entry by edeutsch


... imagining ancient Rome a little easier than at other sites.

That evening, we ate at a little restaurant near the Pantheon and had a fantastic antipasto of white beans, herring, and arugula. Following were sausages & chicory, gnocchi with gorgonzola, lentil soup -- the Romans really know how to eat heavy. By the end of the meal we desperately needed a walk. Zoe went out with her friends who were in town, Hannah went back ...

All trains lead to Rome

A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee


... that Mum had told her the story to which Bec had replied "Really? Because I would say definitely go to Rome over Florence"! Well that threw a Roman spanner in the works! Of course Mum hadn't said a word and I knew she was contenting herself to be happy with whatever she saw. I called her immediately whilst simultaneously googling the distance between Florence and Rome. By the time she answered I could happily inform her that there was only ...

A Story of 10,000 Steps

A travel blog entry by adventuresbyamy


... are visiting; some of the things that people tried to wear seemed almost crazy to me!

After getting thought the horrendously long line, we were able to get into the main area. It was filled with throngs of people, but it was still awe-inspiring as I looked upon the art and architecture in such a revered place. The last part of Vatican City day was to climb to the top and see the view of Rome. By this point, I was completely ...


This villa, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near Sistine Chapel (Cappella Sistina), Presto Tours, Roman Candle Tours, and Trionfale Market.
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