Villa Patrizia

Via G. Gutenberg 29, Rome, Lazio, 00143, Italy | Villa
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The rain finally caught up with us, sadly!

A travel blog entry by christianbjork

... the square (which is round...), and when we got out later it was all the way around, and starting to twist and turn... SOooo long. Anyways, at first I was a bit afraid since I forgot to wear my jeans and I was in shorts, but since they were below my knees I was ok! We walked in towards the basillica (with impressively massive pillars and sculptures everywhere you looked), and immediately ...

Day Nineteen

A travel blog entry by sarahpursell


... that fact that it is made up of both Roman arches and Greek columns (Doric, ionic, Corinthian) when he took us inside he found it necessary to point out the carving people had put on the stone walls, mainly just the penis carvings, he said these were very old and lead to brothels, but I reckon it was just current teenagers! He did have a few good stories though and we did skip lines to go straight in, the inside was just as amazing as the out. We did a ...

Ancient Roma!

A travel blog entry by molhanmike


Another lazy start today - a dark, air conditioned hotel room is proving to be beneficial for our sleep!! Preparing ourselves for an early start tomorrow and Thursday. Had 'breakfast' at a little cafe outside in the 32 degree heat, very nice cappuccino and jam tart! Then got the metro to Ancient Rome (I got admission free because I'm 17 - first time I've ever celebrated being the youngest!!) and went to the coliseum first which was extremely cool! ...

Day 41 - Thursday 18 April/Italy, Rome Day 9

A travel blog entry by sooboo15

... something.... Got on the Eurostar at 9.32.... And it went round corners like a roller coaster - so much so that we BOTH felt sick! Anyway got to Rome and caught a cab to our hotel Duc D'Alba and while our room is TINY, the hotel itself is situated about 5 minutes from the Coliseum and in a little winding street surrounded by restaurants and cafes - it's great :)) We walked to the Coliseum and had lunch at ...

The breeches painter

A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty


... is an inspiring piece of work as well and a later artist was commissioned to paint over the rudey bits because the nudity was offensive to the Papal types. Now one has to wonder if man was created to the glory of God, why didn't he make the rudey bits more pleasing to the eye? It would certainly have saved a lot of effort. In the Sistine Chapel, which is a holy place, silence is meant to be observed. Now I'm not sure how you can keep a group of people quiet, let alone a crowd, but ...


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