della Pineta, 48, Italian Riviera, 16030, Italy | Villa
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The First Step is the Hardest

A travel blog entry by aschneider on Aug 18, 2014

3 comments, 1 photo

... me a brief tour. The library, elementary wing, and *sigh* my classroom. There is definite work to be done to make it mine, and I can't wait to get started! Not too many people were on campus today, but I did get to meet some wonderful ladies in the front office. One is from France and the other from Austria. I already love the international feel here! Out of the kindness of her heart, our new teacher liaison drove me to a mall on the outskirts ...

Roman holiday day 2

A travel blog entry by 2swans on Jul 13, 2014

12 photos

... around and not having to think too hard. All the major sights were catered for with the big 2, the Vatican and the Colosseum the most impressive. We have a tour for these two (including the Sistine chapel and Vatican Museum, and the Forum etc.) booked for tomorrow, before heading to the Amalfi coast. Have included some photos, expect to have some close ups for all our devotees tomorrow night. Until then, ciao Roma! ...

Rome- day 15

A travel blog entry by gatorfreud on Jun 16, 2014

33 photos

... and I saw what I am pretty sure was a post office, so we went in, but it was very complicated.... Everything of course in Italian, and there seemed to be some system for taking a number, and different windows for different things... I decided I didn't have the energy to figure it out, so we left. We did stop at the newsstand to buy newspaper, to stuff into out soaking wet shoes. We headed back to the apartment. I didn't know if we should walk up to the other place where we had ...

Vatican City

A travel blog entry by melliekat on May 16, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... get stiff so we moved along and out.

Thanks to Rick’s suggestion, I knew which door to exit the chapel to be able to take the shortcut to St. Peter’s Basilica. We ignored the note on the door indicating it was for group tours only.

We found our way to St. Peter’s and although we knew it is the largest basilica in the world and we had already been to the Milan basilica (which is among the top ten in the world)…we were quite stunned at the size of ...

North Italy

A travel blog entry by ernievana on May 14, 2013

17 photos

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We continue our journey along the Italian Rivera, where we stop in Allasio, Sanremo and Bussana Vecchia, which was founded around the 9th century and later destroyed by a severe earthquake. In the early 1960s a group of artists decided to establish an artist community in the ruins. It is impressive to see how the people have managed to create these living quarters.

Sanremo had been founded in Roman times and ...