24 Hours in the Eternal City

So much has been written about what to see and do in Rome, so I decided to skip the tourist information (though here’s a great article here about some interesting city facts) and simply post a few “detail” images from my recent visit. It was my first trip to Rome and I took it all in with wonder and joy.

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Rome is truly, as one friend put it, an enormous open-air museum. The modern energy of the ancient city, along with the rich history and vibrant culture  and at this time of year in late March, the air is fresh and the crowds manageable. I made the most out of my brief visit to an incredible city, utilizing my own two feet and a couple of taxi trips to hit the highlights, and then some.

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1 Comment on 24 Hours in the Eternal City

  1. Love the details, Gina, these are great shots! Marcus

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