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  • Rome Tuesday 20th June : Country: ITALY Population: 61,000,000 (lots of people) Language: Italian Currency: Euro (1 Euro = 1.57 NZD) Flag: We started Posted by Smithys in European Adventure | Jul 9, 2017
  • 6 Months Blog Update 2In April, I was given the amazing opportunity to go to Italy with 87 other Belgium Exchange Students. We all gathered in Liege to check our luggage in and we left quite early in the morning. It was an overnight Posted by PendergrastR in My Year in Belgium | Jul 15, 2016
  • Day 9: Roman Holiday Part 1- The Colossum When in Rome…you must see the Colosseum! And today was the day. I had bought a guided group tour of the Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Palantine Hill, lasting several hours and covering quite a lot of ground. The tour guide Posted by jenniferhall in Pasta to Paris | Apr 27, 2016
  • Day 4: Venice to Verona and my epic pasta fail!Venice – Day 3 – Tuesday 19th April This morning, my last in Venice, I was viciously woken by the sound of a loud fire alarm! No wait, that’s just SOME IDIOT’S ALARM CLOCK!!! IN A HOSTEL!!! IN A SHARED DORM!!! Posted by jenniferhall in Pasta to Paris | Apr 19, 2016
  • Rome, The Eternal CityWhere did we stay? [[|Hotel Giotto]] Read about my previous visit to Rome here: [[|When in Rome....]] The rolling hills and the beautiful villas of the Italian countryside Posted by Anja Fourie in Exploradoranja | Apr 5, 2015
  • 31 July 2015My first full day in Rome! I bounded out of bed (okay, my heart was bounding... my body was significantly slower) and headed downstairs for a beautiful continental breakfast made all the more beautiful by yet another young Italian godling Posted by OhMissLia in Gingerbread Girl - can't catch me! | Aug 19, 2015
  • Rome- We Made ItWhat a very long day of walking and looking. We started at the Colosseum with a guided tour. We went in thru gate #57, a gate where the regular people would have entered. The games were free but people had to Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jun 23, 2014
  • When In Rome![center]So I realise I have a little bit of back dating to do before I can update with my current travel plans...and yes I do have a few sneaky trips in the pipeline! The biggest city break I have done recently Posted by Jen_Ingrid in The Scouse Chronicles | Oct 14, 2013
  • Why you need a tour guide!Today we had our first taste of an expert guide - and wow - it was well worth it. Luca (pictured) was our guide in the morning for our wander around Ancient Rome - the Colosseum, the Emperor's palace, the Forum, Posted by debsonthemove in The Barron's big adventure | Sep 18, 2013
  • Lego Tour: Piece of Peace (2/2)The below photos took from a Lego exhibition in Cityplaza, Taikoo Shing, Hong Kong. Most of the bricks were supervised by Kazuyoshi Naoe. Its showed dozen of the World Heritages, every one of them is a masterpiece. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint. Posted by simony in 遊。行。Blog of Simony。 | Aug 3, 2013
  • Lego Tour: Piece of Peace (1/2)太古城中心「Piece of Peace」世界遺產樂高®展 05.07.2013-31.07.2013 Panama Canal made in 30 days by 230,000 bricks~!! Posted by simony in 遊。行。Blog of Simony。 | Aug 1, 2013
  • Roma Day 2Today was the first official day for the structured tour! As in the fashion of our incredibly organized and timely Tour Director, Gabriella, I will just list where we went and some highlights of each place. (Andrew, I know you'll Posted by dtoussi in Italy and Greece | Mar 15, 2013
  • Doing the "Caesar Shuffle"Sunday morning dawns bright and sunny, a brilliantly blue sky, temps around 69F. We make a quick breakfast, try to figure out the incomprehensible controls on the dishwasher, and give up and wash 'em by hand. We decide to Posted by Zukini in Zukini's Travels | Mar 2, 2013
  • The Eternal City - a mix of modern and ancient in RomeWhile Rome is a huge city, most of the ancient sites, many attractions and Vatican City are pretty centrally located; and perfectly situated smack dab in the middle of this was our hotel:  the Hotel Campo De Fiori.  But first Posted by jim-n-mark in Jim and Mark's Epic Amero-Euro Adventure | Aug 29, 2012
  • Colosseum, Palatine Hill and ForumThe Forum with Wisteria in bloom..... Ancient Rome in all its splendour coupled with a glorious spring day.... Posted by KittyKodak in Italian Adventures | Apr 4, 2012
  • Appreciation==Background== Silverthorne, Colorado The last six months of my life have been a wild roller coaster ride to say the least. I finished my junior year at University of D Posted by la vita bella in La Vita Bella | Dec 31, 2011
  • Europe and Africa through the Eyes of my iPhoneI've spent the last three and a half months of my life studying abroad through University of Denver's Cherrington Global Scholars program, and a large part of that time has been spent out and about traveling Europe, exploring everything I Posted by la vita bella in La Vita Bella | Dec 17, 2011
  • 12 Days of Traveling Europe After my last class for the last two weeks on October 20th, I went home to pack up my backpack for 12 days of travelling across E Posted by la vita bella in La Vita Bella | Nov 2, 2011
  • OKTOBERFEST I just realized that I haven't written a new post since Monday of last week, and my life moves much too fast here for me to rem Posted by la vita bella in La Vita Bella | Oct 3, 2011
  • RomeThere are about a million airlines that fly around Europe so it is not too difficult to get where you want to go, however what you may be saving in convenience you might be losing in quality. We had booked Posted by Ange and Adam in Ange and Adam's European Adventure | Sep 27, 2011
  • When in Rome... The title of this entry comes from a tshirt that I got in a high school Latin class, and is probably lying around my parent's place in Denver somewhere. It held special significance over the Posted by la vita bella in La Vita Bella | Sep 18, 2011
  • Rome, Italy day twoHad a great sleep. Slept with the windows open, which allows fresh air, but it is noisy. I guess Rome never sleeps. Breakfast was cheese, crackers, muesli, tea, coffee and yogurt. It took some time to get everyone organized and out Posted by Mari Anne in Wow, It's Europe!!!! | Jul 20, 2011
  • When in Rome...Civitavecchia is the heart of Italy as this is a really big and important port and harbour. Civitavecchia, which means "ancient town", is about 80kms away from Rome. Walking on the port is not allowed, so a shuttle bus from Posted by Anja Fourie in Exploradoranja | Jun 30, 2011
  • When in Rome... as the Romans do. This involved ignoring all the signs saying not to cross the railway tracks and, er, crossing the railway tracks. Our day in Rome was pretty intense. In something Posted by shoestring in A Grand Adventure | May 4, 2011
  • Rome Rome is the capital of Italy and has the country's largest population with 4.2 million residents. With the city's history spanning over two and a half thousand years, there is so much to learn about Rome. Just walking the streets is Posted by PhotoGlen in My Travel World | Apr 13, 2011
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