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Travel Blogs from Rome

The Might of Rome

A travel blog entry by wendalex on Jul 27, 2014

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For our second full day in Rome we had to see the Colosseum, or to give it the proper name; The Flavian Amphitheatre. like everything we have seen in Rome, it is big on a scale that boggles the mind - and this from a set of 21st century eyes. Even today, with it lying in ruins and having been stripped of much of its casing of marble, the Colliseum demands your awe. You will be impressed. That a bunch of guys with no power tools and by sheer force of will and pure brute strength can ...


A travel blog entry by halleyc on Apr 15, 2014

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Tuesday morning we arrived to port in Civativecchia. This is the port city closest to Rome. This was the end of phase 1 of the cruise, and quite a few passengers got off. The new crowd seems a bit younger, with many more young children (which still isn't THAT many I suppose – but phase 1 only had about 10 total on the ship perhaps).

The new crowd, or the "Rome people" as we are calling them, seem to ...

1st Day in Rome! =)

A travel blog entry by bluzygirl108 on Nov 11, 2013

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... with peanuts and sprinkles and you got whipped cream with your gelato... We were sold! Soo the pictures you see of us with our ice cream cones are from this very place! =)For dinner later Rachel and I ended up deciding on this little Italian restaurant that had a live harp player that night and served amazing pizza and some of the best gnocchi and 4 cheese sauce I've ever had! Lol and the whole time we couldn't get over how romantic of a night it really was!

Seeing the Sights of Florence

A travel blog entry by chrissimonic on Sep 05, 2013

1 comment, 7 photos

... personages. In front of the church is a squire which has a market and many restaurant and cafe's around the edge. We went back to our apartment for a well earned rest before heading out to the Leather Market, which is a bit of a worry because there must be over a hundred shops selling all sorts of leather goods and after that it was time for dinner, we order a very large T Bone steak which is the city of Florence specialty, and it was ...

Final Reflections

A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie on Jul 05, 2013

We have thoroughly enjoyed our month in Italy! We have seen a lot of interesting stuff and learned a lot. I don't know that we'll have the urge to come back anytime soon, mainly because there are so many other places we want to see also! But, we do hope to one day come back and ...

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