della Pineta, 48, Italian Riviera, 16030, Italy | Villa
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Rome - Vatican City

A travel blog entry by cwbluey on Jul 05, 2014

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... ministering to the poor, the needy and relating to the average person. It is good to hear. After four hours of touring we were taken back to a point near our hotel. We stopped and had lunch and then as it was so hot today we went back to our hotel for a few hours and came out when it had cooled down. We then caught the underground train and went to see the Mouth of Truth. We lined up and only one photo was ...

Rome- day 14

A travel blog entry by gatorfreud on Jun 15, 2014

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... much wildly swinging the sticks around and I think he was focusing on doing to the right moves, so that kind of ended in disaster. It wasn't quite e experience we thought it would be, but I blame a lot of it on the weather. And we did learn some cool things about gladiators. The cab we got home in was driven by a real Roma taxi driver! Gesturing at other drivers, swearing in Italian, not following any lines on the road, darting in and out of traffic. Yikes! He was ...

Rome: the last days

A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on May 20, 2014

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... the story of the priest, Romanus, who would lower bread down to Benedict from the top of the mountain, 400 metres above, is also set into the space. Finally, a sculpture made from the shell of an unexploded bomb dropped on the site in WWII, contains an oil lamp for peace, sits in front of the cave. This was placed there and lit by Pope John Paul II when he visited. Chapels for different purposes take up spaces that emerge from the shape of the mountain. Each one ...

Ancient Rome

A travel blog entry by lizziep on Apr 14, 2014

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... a little creeped out by the human bones all over the place. No problem for me, I said. I paid my 6 euro to get in, checked out the museum (they showed an interesting video of the process of how they restore some of the ancient texts and had a bunch of relics from long before anyone can remember) and headed into the crypt. It was incredibly humbling. These monks arranged their brothers’ bones in beautiful artwork throughout the crypt. Jawbones and hipbones were connected to ...

North Italy

A travel blog entry by ernievana on May 14, 2013

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We continue our journey along the Italian Rivera, where we stop in Allasio, Sanremo and Bussana Vecchia, which was founded around the 9th century and later destroyed by a severe earthquake. In the early 1960s a group of artists decided to establish an artist community in the ruins. It is impressive to see how the people have managed to create these living quarters.

Sanremo had been founded in Roman times and ...