Trattoria "da Luigi" - Great Restaurant
which takes Great Care of airline employees.
Be sure to tell them your airline and ask
for the Antipasto which will be at a highly
discounted price. Best Penne alla Vodka in
Rome.Our waiter, Monir, took
great care of us. Tell them your are airline
crew and you heard about them from us. Closed Mondays
La Terrazza Sul Mare
- Ocean View and close to Beach.
Room Rate is Euro
100.00 include. Shuttle service to and
from airport and breakfast. Many
restaurants , pubs near by and close to
subway to down town Rome. Owned by
Airline employee so tell them you heard
about it from Non Rev Web Site.
masterpieces from ancient times onwards
acquired or commissioned Popes over
centuries. It includes the Sistine Chapel,
with Michelangelo's Last Judgment.
FREE on the last Sunday of the month.
Agrippa in 27 B.C. to the tutelary
divinities of the Julia family. In
reality Agrippa's building was destroyed
by a great fire in A.D. 80. The interior
measures 43,40 metres in diametre, and
the same in height. Light and air still
enter through the opening at the top (a
circle of 8m. 92cms in diameter).
This is the spot
where Caesar was assassinated. The Theater
of Pompeus had a special Curia where
Senators would meet to discuss politics, and
is where Brutus acted on the "Ides of
March." The Restaurant is over the spot
which they will let you see. This is a great
place to eat and experience history.
literally from Italian, means "field of
flowers." The name was first given
during the Middle Ages when the area was
actually a meadow. Now it is a farmers
market whose main product is flowers.
In reality, ancient manhole cover, but
it is reality an ancient lie detector.
Legend is that Roman wives brought there
husbands and had them told them to put their
hand in the mouth while asking them if they
were faithful. If they lied they lost that
The Catacombs of Priscilla were founded by a
group of Christians belonging to a
senatorial family. Only the first of the two
levels, the older one, can be visited. This
small space contains one of the first
representations of the Madonna and Child,
from the second century. After traversing
the long tunnels, you end up at the Greek
Chapel, named for the Greek writing on the
walls. It is divided in the middle by an
archway covered with frescoed scenes from
the Old and New Testaments.
basilica stands over an early
Christian catacomb. In the 4th
century, the soft rock was hollowed
out around Saint Agnes's tomb to
create a gathering space, probably
for her family to observe the
anniversary of her death. The visits
of her family and friends spread
early to others in Rome, and the
site became a place of pilgrimage.
Over 160 ft high with eighty
entrances, the Coliseum could hold
upwards of 50,000 spectators. Public
events such as gladiator fights, mock
naval battles and wild animal hunts were
held at the Coliseum.
Santa Maria Maggiore is a patriarchal
basilica dedicated to the Blessed Virgin
Mary. The appellation of this church is
confusing to many - it means that this
is Rome's major or principal church
dedicated to St Mary.
Italian immersion will be complete with
guided historical tours of Rome,
Montecassino, Caserta, Arpino, and environs
which are especially rich in art, history,
folklore and mythology. Tours will be
conducted by scholars and historians. Here
are other possibilities for your custom tour.
Enjoy Italy with an airline employee who
travels to Rome regularly.