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  • Il Concerto - Festa di San PetronioWe wandered through Piazza Maggiore on a Monday night after aperitivo to find a classical music concerto underway. It was part of the Festa di San Petronio, patron saint of Bologna, which culminates on Sabato 4 Ottobre. The concerto had Posted by hotels_airports in Faccio un Giro... | Oct 5, 2014
  • Under the Tuscan MoonWe finally arrived to Pistoia late this evening. Pistoia is in betweed Pisa and Florence in Tuscany. This place we are staying at is called Villa San Simone and our two bedroom apartemnt is simply beautiful, the best we've Posted by RELitchfield in RRZD Travel to Europe | Oct 5, 2014
  • Italian TrainsThis is one of the very fast trains at Termini station. The metro trains seem to be driven the same as cars in Rome traffic; a pretty interesting feat since they are on rails. Lots of stop/start jerking and sudden direction Posted by RWLitchfield in RRZD Travel to Europe | Oct 5, 2014
  • RomeI went to see the Vatican City and there were lots of things to see there. And there were nice things to look at. Some of the tbings were from the past. There were paintings that I liked looking at Posted by ZandyL in RRZD Travel to Europe | Oct 5, 2014
  • Pisa🇮🇹Pisa🇮🇹 thumb=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/700620/thumb_9754A1B4B56E632E950F07D2B6E578A5.jpg] [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/700620/962D99DC0D7091F9D438B3888229C433.jpg thumb=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/700620/thumb_962D99DC0D7091F9D Posted by saltydog4481 in Where's Harry? | Oct 5, 2014
  • My break in Pavia - Days 3&4Days 3&4 followed a similar trend to 1&2. Errands, organising and some rest and relaxation. One activity of particular note was that yesterday we went to the Autunno Pavese which was basically a big food fair of food from the region: Posted by TravellingEm in Em Goes Travelling | Oct 5, 2014
  • The Palatine Hill and ColosseumAnother big day of walking but it was warm, lots of sunscreen slapped on. We caught the Metro to The Colosseum station and walked out of the station with the Colosseum in sight into a Greenpeace push bike ride. Posted by RELitchfield in RRZD Travel to Europe | Oct 4, 2014
  • Sono on po' triste...Ieri ero un po' triste. Era l'ultimo giorno a scuola dopo 4 settimane e non volevo partire... Ho ricevuto il mio Certificato - "Livello A2/B1" la mia insegnante mi ha detto. Ho tanti amici nuovi. Allora, dovrei stare molto contento ma Posted by hotels_airports in Faccio un Giro... | Oct 4, 2014
  • Dominic and Zandy at the ColusseumAnother fantastic day! Posted by RWLitchfield in RRZD Travel to Europe | Oct 4, 2014
  • A Parma in Treno LentoBologna Domenica mattina era molto bella! Di sole e sereno. Dopo la colazione abbiamo fatto una passeggiata al bar. Abbiamo preso i cappuccini e brioche e poi ho detto "Andiamo a Parma oggi! Quest'è un giorno bello prendere il treno." "Perche Posted by hotels_airports in Faccio un Giro... | Oct 4, 2014
  • Ruined templeOn the first Roman hill with the stadium and forum. Posted by RWLitchfield in RRZD Travel to Europe | Oct 4, 2014
  • The PalatineThis morning we went to the Palpatine (the stadium), located next to the Colosseum. Lots of walking today! Posted by RWLitchfield in RRZD Travel to Europe | Oct 4, 2014
  • A break to rest, recharge and plan - Days 1 & 2On Thursday I spent about 9.5 hours travelling and made my way from the Amalfi coast, in the South of Italy, all the way to Pavia, near Milan. I arrived in the early evening so just settled in. I also Posted by TravellingEm in Em Goes Travelling | Oct 3, 2014
  • PortofinoOn a day that started with a storm, we thought we'd take a look at Portifino. An hour on the train took us to Santa Margherita, then after a fantastic lunch at 'Kicks' restaurant we took a ten minute ferry Posted by kazandjim in Autumn in September | Oct 3, 2014
  • Hello to Pope Francis!Our arrival into Rome wasn't too bad, just lengthy delays getting through passport control. Everyone, locals and overseas visitors were dumped in together and only a few officers were on duty. We were picked up by a lady who spoke little Posted by RELitchfield in RRZD Travel to Europe | Oct 3, 2014
  • Parking in RomeThese cars are "parked" just outside the apartment. That is a corner and pedestrian crossing... Posted by RWLitchfield in RRZD Travel to Europe | Oct 3, 2014
  • Swiss GuardsDom and Zandy in front of the Vatican's Swiss Guards outside St Peter's. Posted by RWLitchfield in RRZD Travel to Europe | Oct 3, 2014
  • St Peter's BasilicaView inside St Peter's towards the dome. PS: we can hear the bells from our apartment! Posted by RWLitchfield in RRZD Travel to Europe | Oct 3, 2014
  • Not the Sistine ChapelNo photos are allowed in the Sistine chapel; this is one of the corridors leading to it Posted by RWLitchfield in RRZD Travel to Europe | Oct 3, 2014
  • Day 24: Venice/MilanFinally caught up to present day! (Photos to come, but don't think there are many). This one is not super interesting, but I thought I would write it just for the sake of completeness. The train we pre-booked to Milan was due Posted by tahnsandjeremy in The Adventures of Tahnee and Jeremy | Oct 2, 2014
  • Day 23: Venice(Photos to be added ASAP) We woke up to a rainy day in Venice and as our hotel included breakfast, we made sure we got up early enough to get there. After breakfast the rain wasn't too bad, so we headed Posted by tahnsandjeremy in The Adventures of Tahnee and Jeremy | Oct 2, 2014
  • Day 22: Venice(Just a note, am publishing this without photos for now as our hotel is being lame and won't let me add more, but will put them up ASAP) We arrived in Venice around 9am, and with the help of Google Maps Posted by tahnsandjeremy in The Adventures of Tahnee and Jeremy | Oct 2, 2014
  • Rome🇮🇹Rome🇮🇹 🇮🇹Rome🇮🇹, amazing😀. And if you haven't heard of it I will slap👋👺 some sense into you☝️. Here we go👇. First1⃣ up there are about 3 million people👪👫🏃🚶 that live in the town of Rome🇮🇹. Secondly a whopping 23 million travellers🚶🏃 go there Posted by saltydog4481 in Where's Harry? | Oct 2, 2014
  • Cinque TerreThe Cinque Terre is made up of 5 little coastal cliff villages and is mainly accessed by boat, train or foot. We came by train, and have explored by boat, train and foot. Our village is Manarola, and it's Posted by kazandjim in Autumn in September | Oct 2, 2014
  • I made it to AmalfiIn yesterday's entry I got caught up in writing about Pompeii and forgot to mention that I had a great moment when I got back from Pompeii as I took a quick swim in the pool attached to my hotel/hostel. Posted by TravellingEm in Em Goes Travelling | Oct 1, 2014
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