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Travel Blogs from Rome

When in Rome

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson

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... Back at the apartment, I told Joanna about a creative Christmas card idea I’d had, so we set off with a piece of white paper in hand to visit some touristy spots. We looked in some old churches, the crowded Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain (where we were accosted by many rose sellers, and threw a coin each into the fountain – when in Rome!) and the Spanish Steps. It was a lovely introduction to Rome, and everything was in our neighbourhood!

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Colosseum, Palatine, Pantheon, and football

A travel blog entry by graffy

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... so I sent her back to the hotel and headed up to the Pantheon. It is an awesome sight to be strolling through little alleys and then suddenly opening up to the piazza where the Pantheon stands. Standing for over 2000 yrs it remains the largest un-reinforced concrete dome in the world.

We had tickets for a Serie A football match, which is the Italian Premier League. Rome has 2 teams, one of which is SS Lazio who were ...

Exploring rome

A travel blog entry by mupebo

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... fountain. I bought my first pair of boat shoes while Sophie nearly vomitted by the smell of the soap she put on :p (funny times). Lunch today was the traditional slice of pizza on the street and we were off again. The trevi fountain was a spectacle, literally thousands of people packed together trying to get the best photo. We obviously did and then took a short nap in a bustling street 100m away. A quick return to Trevi because Sophie didn't like the photos we had and ...

Haec Habet Quicquid in Orbe Fuit

A travel blog entry by tknoepke

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... week of research and writing. Marta and I went to the Villa Pamphili park to relax and lay in the grass for a few hours. I had a video to make for Italian class, so I interviewed Marta about life in Rome and how she looks upon the ancient glory of this city. The park was packed, as it usually is on the weekends. It is my favorite place ...

Day 9

A travel blog entry by owiedoeseurope

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... bus drops us off in the heart of the Renaissance Rome and we meet up with the local guide, Luca. He gives the woman a bit of a thrill with his accented English deeply tanned skin and blue eyes, lots of whispering from the girls. First stop after a short walk is the Trevi fountain. It is magnificent, but huge. The square that it is in is tiny and I can't get far enough back to get a proper photo. Also one side is under restoration so it is not at it's best. In fact lots of ...