Villa le Palme

Via Carlo Pedrotti, 30, Rome, Lazio, 00124, Italy | Villa
Prices starting from $183.00

Travel Blogs from Rome

Day 21 - Rome, Italy

A travel blog entry by byrneymack


... of character as Michelangelo was an introvert with many enemies. This other painter then explained a different technique of mixing the colours, and when asked to come back to the Vatican city he gave it another shot. A pretty defining moment in History. The painting of the last Judgement has so many stories, and intricate details. everything he painted has a purpose or story behind it. if your partially interested I'd recommend looking it up. After the Vatican we got ...


A travel blog entry by grandpadavo


Breakfast at hotel. Taxi to Vatican Lots of steps but Gini made it to Sistine Chapel after seeing much of Vatican Museums. Had become separated from Nicki and Christian Had been told Pope's Address at midday but as we made our way to St Peter's Square people were coming out - massive crowd - had been 10.30am Taxi back ...

Day Nine: Roma.

A travel blog entry by grant.gullekson


... via the metro and arrived at the Colosseum. Here we were introduced to our tour guide and she gave us the short version of Italian history and all the way back to Roman times. Our guide was very witty and funny. Any of us that had been "sleep walking" were now wide awake and keen to learn more. First we toured the forum. Originally we were supposed to tour the Vatican, but due to a Catholic holiday it ...

Friday June 21

A travel blog entry by ronandsusie2013

... that we could visit for just 3 euro. It has 2 floors of 2 roman buildings in remarkable condition. At 12:00 we took off dragging our bags to the termini station. We got on the Leonardo express for the Rome Airport without accepting any unwanted expensive help from the locals. The Germanwings flight was good and we even got afternoon tea with good vollkorn bread. We arrived at Stuttgart airport and to our surprise we were met ...


A travel blog entry by matt81


... took hold in Rome, St. Peter's Basilica was built stripping much of the impressive marble and gold from the Roman Forums.

Even so, the sheer density and amount of ancient structures still left in Rome isn't like anything I have ever seen. The Romans invented concrete and used it to build some of the most impressive buildings of all antiquity. The massive Colisseum was thrown together in only 10 years. I think it will take the City of Victoria ...


This villa, located on Via Carlo Pedrotti, 30, Rome, is near Vatican Museums, Capitoline Museum (Museo Capitolino), and Palazzo dei Conservatori.
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