Address: della Pineta, 48, Italian Riviera, 16030, Italy | Villa
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St. Peter's

A travel blog entry by lbreault on Jan 13, 2015

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... on the walls of the church are actually intricate mosaics. There are also relics under the four pillars that support to dome. For example, a cross and lance. Below St. Peter’s excavations have revealed Roman Mausoleums that housed dead wealthy Romans.

This church is an absolute architectural wonder. No expense or resource was spared. The best ...

Vatican Museums and Ragno D'oro!

A travel blog entry by linarogers on Dec 09, 2014

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... amount of precious art and antiquities is still quite overwhelming. They do seem to have changed things around though so you get more opportunities to get to go outside into courtyards for a break. The Sistine Chapel was once again amazing and although crowded I didn't feel like sardines. We actually got to sit on the side today and have a good look for a long time. The tourists were not all quiet but the guard ...

I'm in Rome!

A travel blog entry by on Oct 05, 2014

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The streets of Rome are literally lined with orange trees! This is a cool place. I have to admit... I was not extremely excited to come here. Now, don't get me wrong, I was excited. It just wasn't at the top of my list of places to go. I didn't think it was going to be this great! We have done so much over the past few days... So I'm going to try to catch you all up. We arrived in Roma on Thursday afternoon. After checking in to our hostel, we decided we should probably go ...

Rome - day 4 - Monday

A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Sep 15, 2014

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... make noise, and there were many staff there enforcing it. The chapel was worth the visit for its reputation alone. All of its walls and ceiling were hand painted and the chapel is 40 x 13 metres on the ground, and 20 metres high. It is notable for its perfection, the proportions are perfect. Today it require a computer to design the art, but it was Michelangelo who oversaw a small team of artists starting in 1471 and it took some years to complete with the artists laying ...

To Rome!

A travel blog entry by edeutsch on Jul 03, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... part about this tour -- which must be booked about 2 months in advance since they only allow 200 people per day into the great church's underbelly -- is that you can then wander through the circular hallway where past popes are entombed, and go directly into St. Peter's.

The beauty of this incredible church -- the soaring bronze altar, Michelangelo's blue dome, his mournful Pieta, the sheer vastness of the ...