Villa Delros

Via Livigno 166, Rome, Lazio, 00188, Italy | Villa
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This villa, located on Via Livigno 166, Rome, is near Roman Odyssey Tours, Via Salaria, Tiber Village, and Via Flaminia.
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Gods playground

A travel blog entry by jess.skellern on Aug 12, 2014

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... was built in the 4th Century by Roman Emperor Constantine the Great. It was a much more basic Church than today but still ran over 100m long and was built over a shrine believed to mark the burial place of St Peter. During the 15th century the Old Basilica was in bad shape and needed repair, the Pope at this time ordered its refurbishment. Beginning on 18 April 1506, the masterpiece ...

A DAY OF HAPPY SURPRISES

A travel blog entry by cjasko on Apr 30, 2014

... the Sacristy where all priests robe, and then we simply walk around St. Peter's many altars until we find one not in use, and he says Mass with us standing in front of the alter.

So, the next morning we are up early again at 4:45am, breakfast at 6, and walk 25 minutes to the
Obelisk. There we see a 3 block line of people trying to get into St., Peters and we see Fr. John
with a huge smile on his face. He ...

Day 17 - Rome

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

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... Other training schools were in the same area, including the Ludus Matutinus where fighters of animals were trained, plus the Dacian and Gallic Schools. Also nearby were the Armamentarium, comprising an armory to store weapons; the Summum Choragium, where machinery was stored; the Sanitarium, which had facilities to treat wounded gladiators; and the Spoliarium, where bodies of dead gladiators were stripped of their armor and disposed of. Around the perimeter of the Colosseum, at ...

All roads lead to Rome....

A travel blog entry by jacquichap on Sep 13, 2013

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... grocery supplies. Four hours later, with supplies in hand we returned...like London, every corner you pass has something... Next to our supermarket we discover an archeological dig, we passed the Trevi Fountain (Along with thousands of other people), met a roman gladiator (Ben and Matt are already talking more swords!!!! ) and we discovered, by accident (or design??), the Pantheon! Amazing!!! It quite literally blows you away ...

All roads lead to Rome

A travel blog entry by clancyteagle on Aug 24, 2013

4 comments, 9 photos

... under the Tuscan sun loving every minute of climbing its hills and steps. If there is a walled city in Tuscany that we have not climbed we defy you to name it. Gelato is seriously challenging beer as our food staple and we have finally found, after many false starts, a white wine we like to drink. Tuscany has been an inspiration to Helen. After due consideration she has determined that Tim can say arrivederci to the mighty Ford ute. See ...

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