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Trajan, Trevi Fountain and Lord Byron

Now that half of the day was gone and since the Colosseum was brimming with tourists, we opted to make our visit to that stone giant the day after and make our way to the Borghese Gallery and Museum, all the way up north to the city, by foot. 879 more words

Italy

Remembering Rome, Italy

In the year 2005, my family and I had the opportunity to take a vacation to Rome, Italy.  At the time we lived in England.  As far as family vacations goes, it was one of the most impressive vacation and unforgettable moments for our teenagers and us as well.   268 more words

Rome

The Eternal City is a vast 3,000 year old indoor-outdoor museum. Rome continues to keep one in awe and inspired. 27 more words

Travel

Rome, Italy

Last weekend (Feb. 20) Kent State took us to Rome for a field trip. It was beautiful! We left Friday morning and spent the entire day walking around. 371 more words

Kent State University

1971 De Tomaso Pantera.

A shining De Tomaso Pantera with the Trevi Fountain, in Rome, in the background: a pure form of visual art. It’s 1971 and the model was just launched. 36 more words

Vintage

2015 Blind Spot Series: "La Dolce Vita"

For the film’s main character Marcello, La Dolce Vita or “the sweet life” is like a carrot dangling before a horse. It keeps him moving forward while remaining out of reach. 1,013 more words

Classic Movie Spotlight

Photodiary: Roma, Italy

13/2/2015 – 15/2/2015

Roma was dubbed the “Eternal City” in ancient times by poets and historians who predicted that the Roman Empire would last forever.  While not quite accurate, it is truly incredible to see 2,000 year structures interspersed among the modern buildings of Rome.   31 more words

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