A Roman Holiday, part 1

I got to spend 11 days in Rome, and enjoyed exploring around the vast city that has been home to so much civilization and culture.

Rome has everything from quiet gardens around the Villa Borghese…

borghese gardens.

…and ancient ruins from the Roman Empire…

forum romanum.

…to modern iconic Italian vespas, political flags, accordions, music….

vespa.
accordian.

There are so many facets of Rome, an ancient place where so much history and so many influences have left their mark. I can’t wait to share more photos of some different aspects of the city. : )

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3 Comments to “A Roman Holiday, part 1”

  1. Visiting Rome was one of my favorite trips in Europe. It rained the whole time almost the whole time I was in Italy but everything was still pretty amazing.

  2. Beautiful pictures! Please tweet @LoveStudyAbroad if we can link to your website on our student blogs section. I want to nominate you as a top study abroad blogger! Thanks!

  3. this looks like an incredible place to go to ! PS. To get a little bit in the Christmas mood.. Join my ‘Mystery fashion goodiebag’ giveaway with Monki, Pull & Bear goodies and more! here:
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