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Travel Blogs from Rome
Today's adventure began with an early breakfast filled with cakes and tables of desserts, and other choices as well of course.
Got to the train station and bought delicious big sandwiches for train ride lunch then Had a three hour train ride into Rome. There we hopped on the bus straight to the hotel where everyone was excited for Wi Fi again. We put our things away and took the metro ...
Anyway, on to the Trevi Fountain!
They say that if you take a coin, turn your back to the fountain, and throw it over your right shoulder with your left hand into the fountain, you'll be blessed with luck and return to Rome one day.
SO OF COURSE WE DID IT.
Come on! We had to!
This has to have been my favorite stop of the whole tour. First off, I think they might need to rename the fountain to the Trevi Pool or ...
... our surroundings.
Next we moved on to the Piazza Navona...and another glass of vino! Why not :) This piazza is filled with artists and musicians so a few of us bought some water colour paintings. By this time it was getting close to our pickup time of 6pm so we made our way to the agreed point enjoying a little shopping along the way!
Rome is a city that never sleeps and at any time you can see tourists milling around this wonderful city. It is ...
Wow - Rome is wonderful!!!! and VERY hot!!! Must be us, because Europe is experiencing a serious heat wave. Today is was 95 degrees. Heat or not, we are super tourists :)
Today was a tour of ancient Rome. Ethan requested a few stops - things he wanted to see that he learned about in latin class at school.
One our way to the Roman Forum and Colosseum, we came across the Piazza Venezia ...
... in Italy is a luxury for me. It's an opportunity that I am truly grateful to take part in. Not only is it a wonderful learning experience but also a great personal experience. It's an opportunity to become more aware of self. Being here completely immersed in the italian culture, the land and people is so enlightening. Being able to hear the various creatures in their natural environment, undisturbed by the likes of we humans and all of our gadgets and machines... Today we had seminars ...