Villa Silj

Via di Santa Cornelia, 98, Rome, Lazio, 00188, Italy | Villa
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This villa, located on Via di Santa Cornelia, 98, Rome, is near Roman Odyssey Tours, Via Salaria, Tiber Village, and Via Flaminia.
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    A travel blog entry by joephilpotts on Apr 02, 2014

    LOCATION: near Flaminia in Rome. BACK TO SEE CHRISTINA - she was in a rush. -—-—-—-—-— ;-—-—-—-—-̵ 2;-—-—-—-—-R 12; Today we set loose to rock out 3 Peter Pans back in the big busy school in Flaminia. I remember this school being the one with the hectic three little pigs shows - god bless the bambinos. We made sure we would arrive early to just ...


    A travel blog entry by graehood on Mar 03, 2014

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    ... are much better......SQ are still ahead of the rest, on service, though I think their standards have dropped a little........ Travel by train was great, despite two long trips of 8 hours each I was quiet refreshed and often the scenery was spectacular, just after leaving Austria and into Italy the Dolomites are just marvellous, there was snow on the high peeks....... the fast trains, eg Florence/Rome buzz along at 300km per hour, I was told the Rome/Milan run is ...

    Day In Roma With The Youngs

    A travel blog entry by britanne on Oct 20, 2013

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    ... antiquity this temple was dedicated to all gods of Paton Rome. Marco Vipsanio Agrippa built it between 27 and 25 BC in law, to celebrate his victory against the Persians. In 608 it became a Christian church. Inside they have the tomb of Raffaello. The moms wanted to go see a Piazza Navona again to look at the artwork. Then we went over to the Pantheon where they had Raffaello's tomb. At the end of the day, we went to Castel ...


    A travel blog entry by sheppa80 on Jul 19, 2013

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    ... I were both) but with Luke (an avid fan of Roman times) by my side I learnt so much about this area. I had been through the same area before, some eight years ago and although we had a tour guide at that time, I somehow did not understand the importance of what this area represented. Well, young Luke was having none of this and launched into a massive spiel on the history of the area and with it became the only tour guide in history which I have listened to for the entirety of ...

    The first few days in Rome

    A travel blog entry by emand on May 30, 2013

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    ... amount of tranquility, the highlights being the visit to the Pantheon and the Fontana di Trevi. And, of course, we followed the local customs and threw coins inside the fountain wishing for…. Well, it’s a secret. Our visit to the Vatican Museum is a story unto itself. Moving was a challenge with so many, but so many people around us, between us, on top of us, below us. It felt like we were part of a school of ...