Travel Blogs from Rome
... we climbed to the dome, I've posted a few pictures to F/B the only place I'm able to post for now.
A few years ago cyber places were everywhere now they are hard to find because everyone has tablets or smart phones, finally I found one hoping to post the pix, but the computer doesn't accept the camera chip. I'll try again ...
... have been short orientations and tours with professors to familiarize ourselves with the neighborhood around our studio-just a mile North of our apartments. The studio is absolutely gorgeous. It is in an old palazzo owned by the Cenci Family for centuries, so it is a converted apartment into studios. All of our classes are held in this building or outside on ...
... just opened at this point but got quite busy with locals by 730. After an ok dinner and a busy day we slept well. The next day we decided to walk past all of the other major attractions that we hadn't seen yet. The forecast was for mild rain but when we left there was no rain so I wore a t shirt and shorts, Shanah brought her umbrella in case. This was lucky for her because by the time we got to the city it started raining. We saw the Pantheon, some major piazzas, Trevi fountain ...
... 3. Hivana
10. 2 annoying American girls from St.Louis.
11. Carly from Seattle
13. Britney who's traveling with other giddy girls.
15. Candace & Miguel from North Carolina.
17. Justin & Jean
19. Shang wan & Juang wan
20. Jada, Keira, & Jamie
... through the air. It's a lovely sound. Back across the street, Chris pointed out different areas of the surrounding ruins, Trajan's Markets, libraries, and where the temple once stood. It's so neat to see how much of these areas are still intact. We sat on the steps and ate our Sicilian cookies admiring the views. It was very relaxing. We all agreed that we were hungry, so our next decision was food. Robin and Kevin previously mentioned that they wanted to see the Hard ...