Villa le Palme

Via Carlo Pedrotti, 30, Rome, Lazio, 00124, Italy | Villa
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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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Travel Blogs from Rome


A travel blog entry by melliekat on May 15, 2014

26 photos

... tank was working at least; I think it is just too small to handle two showers back to back. So she waited for a while and then went back in to finish off. Regardless, it was not a good hair day for her.

We set out to find the Roman Forum on foot. I had trouble reading the small print on the map (I know, showing my age) so I assigned the task to Mel. Before long, we appeared to be lost. Asking directions was not helping.

This ...

Gladiator Here We Come

A travel blog entry by ckwalt on Dec 18, 2013

6 comments, 47 photos

... of the hotel as faced the icy cold day (now I use icy as an adjective here, not because there was ice as such, but because as we stood out in the open air, it felt like we were turning to ice!).  Our first activity today was a tour given by a local guide. This was interesting. Our tour guide was very flexible on this tour as she very kindly added another attraction into the tour, a stop at a restaurant for coffee. I think the shivering faces and lips turning ...

Rome day 3

A travel blog entry by tonivanhamond on Sep 23, 2013

1 comment, 9 photos

... the Vatican museum was amazing, the Sistine chapel and the Basilica of St Peters were amazing, the thought that we were in a whole separate country was something to get your head around amazing photos taken can't wait to show all back home! Even got to hear a mass being delivered truly moving! ( even tayla was mesmerized, I could only imagine what mum would have thought if she could have seen this!) Great to be able to get a good connection to talk back ...

Goodbye Paris, hello Rome

A travel blog entry by mupebo on Jul 06, 2013

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... my first italian pizza and begin to enjoy Italy's food. After dinner we walked home, or attempted to as half way there a group of three boys came up close behind us so we crossed the road and headed another direction, this cost us nearly 2 hours as we repeatedly got lost. An enjoyable journey home nonetheless, certainly not our last long walk in rome in which we get lost. Overall a fun day exploring Italy for the first ...

Roamin' Rome

A travel blog entry by andrearini on Mar 29, 2013

26 photos

... the outdoor patios. The basilica was the last work built and designed by Michelangeo, who was some what of a god during this time in Italy. His opinions on art and architecture were held to the highest. What he said, went. It took 1 century to complete the dome, and it is still the highest point of Rome.
We saw the tomb of Helen, the daughter of Constantine. Constantine was the first emperor to make the Roman empire recognize Christianity as a true religion. The Vatican ...