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When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by mrenfrew176


... in the background. At this point, Blaise went and took a video of him to send back to our roommate back home because he is notorious for randomly playing the song at random times. Regardless, this piazza was awesome and extremely cool to see.

The Trevi Fountain
The Trevi Fountain was extremely cool. It was pretty hidden tho. One minute we were walking through small side streets and the next minute we came around the corner and BOOM there it was. It seems to be such ...

Vatican Museum Tour

A travel blog entry by mugharrington


Vatican Museum Tour

Lazy morning in the apartment and drinking super strong coffee… Buzzzzz…. We met our Context Vatican Museum guide, Danielle at 12:30 PM just outside the entrance to the Vatican Museum. Danielle is an Italian born in London and moved back to Italy to study art some time ago. Her English definitely had a British accent. A couple with their 10-12 year old daughter from Memphis and a ...

Roming along

A travel blog entry by brae88


I have visited Rome before and loved it. It worked out that I would be in Rome for about 7 nights. The city is huge and usually a week would be too much in a city, but not in this case. The city is a walking museum. I put on a pedometer and each day walked minimum 15kms and still didn't see everything. I had basically planned my trip around Petes arrival and sussed out the spots ...

The Pantheon

A travel blog entry by footloose-too


We have to be back to Via Sistina in the afternoon to pick up Tamara's new trousers so as the Pantheon is that side we decide to go there instead of the Forum. It's quite nice day so decide to walk. Rome is built on 7 hills and I think we've walked up and down each one. We pass a big place with lots of guards and find its the Quirinal palace where the President lives. We watch the changing ...

Art and beauty

A travel blog entry by bevie


... and tapestries that were very old. The art on the ceiling was incredibly detailed with angels and cherubs and pictures of Christ and characters depicting bible stories. The tapestries were very life like and so old that they were bare in parts. So many rooms so many many walls and ceilings of painted art it was just incredible.
The Cistene chapel was large with high ceilings and walls painted to ...


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