Relais 19

Address: Via Lisippo 19, Rome, Lazio, 00124, Italy | Villa
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    A travel blog entry by jennie62 on Jun 09, 2015

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    ... where we saw a Pink Floyd singer and the highlight of the day - Castel Sant' Angelo. Walked through many interesting places seeing lots of Ancient Roman buildings, statues and ruins. Found a Pinocchio shop. It was amazing. Brought back child hood memories.
    Second day went to Colosseum, the Ancient Roman Forum and the Pantheon on a tour. It was very interesting what happened amongst it all thousands ...

    Roman Attractions

    A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Dec 29, 2014

    ... decorated. Three such arches, visible to the general traveler in Rome are the Porta Maggiore, the Arch of Drusus, and Nero’s Aqueduct.

    Engineering, construction and maintenance of the aqueducts
    The Roman aqueducts not only provided drinking water for the Romans but indoor sewer systems that carried water away from the city and also supplied the bath houses with ample water, where the inhabitants of ...


    A travel blog entry by tahwhoo on Aug 30, 2014

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    After being out till 3am last night, we weren't up and out the house until 3pm today. My apartment mates and some friends from another Prati apartment set out to do some more exploring and to find the Spanish steps. We got there pretty easily and on the way passed the Mausoleum of Augustus and the main shopping center. We were kind of disappointed with what we saw. Firstly, the fountain in front was under construction so as you walked down ...

    A private Mass, Vatican Museum & the Colosseum!!!

    A travel blog entry by bridget.boccini on Jun 30, 2014

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    ... were not with us! Fr. Greg gave us a preview of the chapel where St. Peter's bones are buried; we will end our Scavi tour here tomorrow (but will not be allowed to take pictures). We returned to the hotel for breakfast before continuing on with our adventures.
    We were extremely grateful that Fr. Greg had us order our tickets, as the line outside of the Vatican Museum was over two blocks long and ...


    A travel blog entry by aleciaelliot on Apr 24, 2014

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    ... least they have the common sense not to destroy ancient history! Over all, Rome was a little too busy and the men a little too creepy for me. Compared to Paris, I would say Paris was much more enjoyable as a female tourists. Rome kept you constantly on edge and fighting massive crowds. Unfortunately the business with the canonization of the popes led to a lot of buildings being closed because it was considered a holiday. We were surprised to find that they closed off a lot of ...