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A travel blog entry by graehood on Mar 03, 2014

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(Dame Nellie Melba, early 20th century, opera singer, John Farnham, late 20 century pop singer, both famous for their 'farewell' tours). This blog is a little different from my previous ones, instead of day by day entries this time I have entered 'themes', so it may seem at times a little disjointed. BANGKOK. 'Mouse'was kind enough to meet me and …

Sightseeing Roma

A travel blog entry by halleyc


... on our own. This was absolutely beautiful, and slightly less crowded. Inside is a statue of Mary holding Jesus, done by Michelangelo. There’s huge statues at every turn, and a very ornate altar. After all, it is the largest church in the world. We went downstairs, where the tombs of past popes are laid. Once we exited, we saw the infamous Swiss Guard, in their circus-like outfits.

We got back on the bus, with the intentions of finding some villas that ...

More Rome!

A travel blog entry by travelintommy


... built above the catacombs. We went below, to the catacombs, an underground early Christian cemetery with over 100,000 graves in seven miles of tunnels.

The next day, we were on our way to the airport by 4:00 am for our trip home. We had an amazing time and have such an appreciation of Paul's persistence, bravery, and writings in the New Testament!

"You're welcome" in Italian - Prego!


Exploring Villa Borghese

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee


... decided not to do the optional dinner and tour this evening. It’s quite expensive when you don’t drink (unlimited wine is included). And I’ll have lots of time later to see the missed sites (they’re going to Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps) during my month here on my own. For dinner (hadn’t eaten since left over pizza for breakfast!), I walked 2 blocks to a little grocery store and bought ...

When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by lisakatemclean

... bloody 1000bc, so different and weird and wonderful.  Today we did a day trip to Florence! The train took nearly 4 hours (we thought it was an hour and a half) which sucked but we got to experience Florence! We spent ages at the famous leather markets and continued shopping and looking around. Such a gorgeous city, very trendy! (Melbourne of Australia?) Oh yeah I have a new nickname, due to cheeky Italians being cheeky: blondearina!  Lisa out!! ...


This inn, located in the Campitelli area of Rome, is near Vittorio Emmanuel II Monument, Piazza Venezia, Piazza del Campidoglio, and Ecstasy of Saint Teresa.
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