Torretta de'Massimi

via della Pisana 600, Rome, Lazio, 00163, Italy | Villa
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This villa, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near Miles & Miles Tour Company, Villa Doria Pamphilj, Salotto 42, and Villa Sciarra.
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    Touristy things...gone awry!

    A travel blog entry by arianna21 on Aug 30, 2014

    2 photos

    ... but the fountain at the bottom and the towers at the top were under renovation too! I'll have to go back, but it was pretty ****** after the long walk in the heat. So we just decided to get some pizza and vino and walk around the area since there were tons of cute little shops. I'm back now, bout to hit the market again and take a nap!

    I put a video of some beautiful street music and a ****** pic of the steps for all you fans out there (aka dad&theo)! Love you!
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    Three Things I Love About Rome

    A travel blog entry by dlake on Apr 24, 2014

    2 comments, 24 photos

    ... to these three luxuries, even I am getting tired of all the pictures of my kids. I should also mention that the consumption of red wine makes them seem like model children.

    We arrived in Rome on Easter Sunday one day earlier than initially planned and stayed at a Holiday Inn in the middle of nowhere. The city was pretty much shut down on Monday as well so we just got settled in ...

    Day 17 - Rome

    A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Dec 08, 2013

    51 photos

    ... Severus and Caracalla in the 3rd century. The immense dome is over 48 metres high with a central oculus of 8 metres in diameter, which provided the only light in the circular temple below. The massive bronze doors weigh over 20 tons each. The portico has 16 white marble columns. The temple housed statues to the gods and animal sacrifices were carried out under the oculus. As Christianity spread throughout Rome, the temple fell into disrepair, and in 356, when public pagan worship ...

    Rome-ing around Italy

    A travel blog entry by tommyforrest on Sep 08, 2013

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... these roads! I think they are probably the most insane people of the lot. Anyway we managed to make it to Capri and had another look around. At this stage I started to feel very average and I was pretty keen to start making our way back down to the port. We took another bus and somehow made it down to the bottom with no accidents! Amazing.

    We had lunch at the restaurant on the beach, and I forced down a few pieces of pizza before I gave up. Emma and Lucy decided ...

    Arenas, Churches and Fountains

    A travel blog entry by west_we_go on Sep 05, 2013

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... to all the Roman gods. It became a Christian church when in 609 Pope Boniface IV consecrated it to Santa Maria ad Martyres, It has the largest unreinforced concrete dome in the world. Wandering through the streets of Rome visiting these historic sites is just amazing - narrow little cobbled streets, restaurants around ever corner, fountains here and there to fill the water bottle and hawkers on nearly every street corner trying to sell you anything ...