Travel Blogs from Italy

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Montecassiano-Montelupone-Fiastra, Macerata, Italy travel blog

Montecassiano-Montelupone-Fiastra

A travel blog entry by suemacd

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We spent most days in the Marché exploring the hilltop villages. This entry gives a flavour of some of them, and then we had a trip into the hills to the lake at Fiastra for the day - a fantastic glacial clear water lake - fab for ...

Southern Rome the Roman coliseum and more!, Rome, Italy travel blog

Southern Rome the Roman coliseum and more!

A travel blog entry by allansineurope

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... of the plaza. After we walked through we walked down toward the 'wedding cake' which is the monument of the first king of united Italy Victor Emmanuel. It was quite a long walk to get there but not to much of a challenge. The hard part was climbing the ...

Throughout Rome, Rome, Italy travel blog

Throughout Rome

A travel blog entry by cattieatu

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A day of travel., Milan, Italy travel blog

A day of travel.

A travel blog entry by akopplin

... , have lunch, and then take my next train to Venice. Milan was the perfect gateway city for me. A picturesque view of Italy. Winding narrow streets covered with vendors selling fresh fruit and vegetables of all kinds. I think I counted just as many fresh ...

Window displays, Venice at work, and cappuccino, Venice, Italy travel blog

Window displays, Venice at work, and cappuccino

A travel blog entry by bellrouse

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It makes sense that a city that flourishes only because of tourists would have exceptional window displays. On our final morning in Venice, Dawna captured a few of the thousands. How does a city without cars or roads deal with deliveries and garbage? ...

Reggio Emilia Italy, Reggio Emilia, Italy travel blog

Reggio Emilia Italy

A travel blog entry by nietsreuef

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... the North-South trade that kept Rome healthy and wealthy.  They drained and settled surrounding land, making one of Italy's most productive agricultural valleys, famous today for Parmesan/Reggiano cheese, Parma ham and a variety of local ...

Pompei, Pompei, Italy travel blog

Pompei

A travel blog entry by megj1095

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Hello Everyone, So Friday I took a day trip to the ancient city of Pompei. It was very interesting. For those of you that dont know, the entire city of Pompei was completely wiped out by Mount Vesuvius nearly 2,000 years ago. None of the people ...

A trip tp Pisa, Florence, Italy travel blog

A trip tp Pisa

A travel blog entry by badefamily

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This morning we had a walking tour of Florence. The first church we saw was Santa Maria Novella, which is clad in marble. Then on to Cathedral Santa Maria del Fiore, it has 2 buildings, the main church which is 13th century and the Baptistry, which is ...

Day 8 Florence, Florence , Italy travel blog

Day 8 Florence

A travel blog entry by victoriatravels

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... name) which is equally huge was then cleaned in just 2 years.  We took a walking tour through Florence with a local guide. In Italy you study for 7 years to be a guide and you have to be an Italian citizen. If not and you are caught ...

Oct 13, 2009, Venice, Italy travel blog

Oct 13, 2009

A travel blog entry by mylifesjourney

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