On the streets of the Eternal city



It's already 1 week since I returned from Rome. It was such a pleasure to walk the charming cobbled streets, to eat Gelato in the sun, to admire the beauty in the little things, such as a cute orange tree in a pot, and things like that. Our walking tours included visiting Piazza Navona, The Pantheon - initially a pagan temple, transformed into a Christian church later, Fontana Di Trevi (which btw was always overcrowded and no photo without a stranger was possible), and we always ended up near the Colosseum. We bought a Roma Pass card, which cost 36 euro and granted us free entrance to 2 museums, metro, buses and trams. We tried 3 beers - Moretti, Peroni and Nastro Azzurro, and they were all good. When we had to wait in a line to enter a landmark or museum, I was reading Rome Maps and Walks. The app was very helpful in these moments, as I learned a lot of things for the places we visited.

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On the streets of the Eternal city On the streets of the Eternal city Reviewed by Stanislava E. on April 04, 2016 Rating: 5

11 comments:

  1. Wonderful photos, and it's nice to hear that Rome Maps & Walks helped a lot. P.S. Can't wait to see what you bought. Thanks for your visit. Have a lovely week./Madison x
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  2. The ice cream is to die for! Great to see these sunny photos including the blossoms. Hoping to see sunnier days over here as well.

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  3. Hello Sany! You really had an amazing time in Rome and your photos perfectly shows it, how gorgeous! Im glad you found such a stunning weather, actually made me want to visit the city soon. You look very lovely and happy, like a kid!:) Next time, in Cagliari and I will make u taste Ichnusa, our Sardinian beer!:P Happy Monday Sany! xo

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  4. I visited Rome a few years back, and it was such a lovely experience! Your photos are absolutely stunning, and they make me want to pack my suitcase and go back :)

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  5. Rome is unforgettable. Nice week to you.

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  6. Lovely photos Sany! Thank you for sharing your Rome experience with us. I can definitely tell from your posts how much you enjoyed your visit. I really hope to vacation there one day.

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  7. Your photography is perfection, it's like we are there with you enjoying Rome. Gelato, OMG, how much I've missed it! I used to have it all the time back in Malaysia but it's harder to find where I live.

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  8. Oh wow! Rome is just beautiful and so rich in architectural beauty and history. I would love to visit one day (hopefully soon, it's been on my bucketlist for years!) BTW was that ice cream originally shaped in a rose? I can't remember if it's Rome or Milan that are known for it or something like that.

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  9. I don't want to repeat myself, but you took some gorgeous photos! :) I like how you described the little details. I wish I could appear there right now and enjoy all those places. Rome is really something special :) Oh, and yes, the fountain! It's a pity that it's so crowded but it's so, so beautiful!
    Hope you're having a great week so far :)

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  10. Hello Sany! Honestly, I adore your photos, you have great eye for details, dear and while watching them, I totally feel the atmosphere of Eternal City. What's more, I've had no idea about this this Rome pass card, good to know about it. And I exactly know this situation with di Trevi fountain - it's overcrowded by so many people, anyway I hope that you threw to it a coin, I heard that will make that you'll come back to Rome soon ;)

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