Address: della Pineta, 48, Italian Riviera, 16030, Italy | Villa
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Roaming around Rome

A travel blog entry by amazingrace2015 on Jun 10, 2015

9 photos

... cheesemaking center of Europe during the 10th Century and from then on they have manufactured and invented some of the most popular cheeses today (IDFA, 2015). Though these dishes sound simple, they were very difficult to make. Creating homemade pasta, especially linguine, is very frustrating. You need to have a lot of patience because the linguine tends to break easily since it is so long and thin. Peter struggled with this part because his pasta was either ...

It's nearly over..,.

A travel blog entry by levy2013 on Jun 04, 2015

2 comments, 11 photos

... correct place. It's very hot here!! Poor gladiators.... Then we go to the basement of the Coliseum where the gladiators were held and had a connection directly to the school so no escape! It's so well preserved here. There were different types of floors depending on whether the area was a holding room or where the animals were, with ramps. We can even see the drainage system that still works today come from an underground spring. The gladiators were bought to the top from ...

Ancient Rome

A travel blog entry by conor.sproule on May 06, 2015

1 comment, 13 photos

... and looking at the same marble columns as the Romans did 2000 years ago. Being inside the Colosseum was definitely the most special thing I've done yet! Each viewpoint prompted a different imagined scene. First I was a rich Roman seated near the Emperor in the middle tier, then a gladiator on the arena floor, an animal handler underground and a poorer Roman in the upper tier. The enormous prosperity of the Roman Empire at its peak was almost tangible! After a much needed ...

Vatican City

A travel blog entry by newtoa on Feb 19, 2015

10 photos

... are buried under the altar of this grand cathedral. The final stop on this tour was Michelangelo's magnificent Pieta which he carved at the age of 24. After lunch, Tim toured the Borghese Gallery, a garden villa which Cardinal Scipione Borghese (1576-1633) had built to showcase his fine art. Not a religious man, he was appointed because he was the nephew of the pope and his power yielded him great wealth. Tim enjoyed Borghese's incredible collection of fine ...

May 10

A travel blog entry by kamirob on May 11, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... the bottom at the heel and toe of the boot shape moving up each painting would fit together like a jigsaw puzzle. Then there is a tapestry gallery. One of the tapestries has a scene with Jesus that has an optical illusion that has Jesus almost stepping right off the canvas. As you move he seems to follow you and he seems to turn. There are hundreds and hundreds of people and at the beginning you are often alone or with only a few people at each area. As you get closer to the ...