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Rome: This is What Dreams are Made of (Part Two)

On our third day in Rome we walked a big loop around the city to see the Fontana del Tritone, Spanish Steps and the Trinita dei Monti, the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, and Campo di Fiori. 897 more words

Italy - Rome

It is said that the history of Rome goes back to the very early days of civilization. It is often known as the “eternal city’. I have had the good fortune to visit Rome several times and each time I have been captivated by her beauty steeped in a rich historic culture; her breathtaking panoramic views and her majestic villas.   505 more words

Historical Places

The Eternal City.

After all my countless visits to Rome, the capital of Italy, this city’s beauty never ceases to amaze me. 156 more words


Italy day 4 - last day in Rome, on the tourist trail

Rogier and I always try to give each other time to explore on our own and normally we will visit something different so that we having something interesting to say to each other at the end of the day :). 914 more words

Day 3 in Rome - Piazza del Popolo, Campo de' Fiori, St Peter's Basilica, Castel Sant'Angelo

I explored a few more places before my boyfriend aka Mr Map would arrive in the afternoon. First stop – Piazza del Popolo. Flaminio… 695 more words


Spanish Steps

To paraphrase Yogi Berra it’s so crowded at the Spanish Steps no one goes there anymore.


Day 2 in Rome - Vatican Museum, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain

I was trying to adapt to the Italian lifestyle by having a classic Italian breakfast before heading to Vatican. The type of cafe that you need to be standing at the bar while having a coffee with a pastry. 1,001 more words