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Must See Cities in Italy

In 2004, I had the opportunity to go to Italy for 10 days with a big group of people from the high school I went to. We went with EF Tours and the plane ride was about 9 hours total to Italy and back.

It was an awesome trip and fun memories were made. The hotel we stayed at was pretty interesting as the sink was more like a tub of some sorts. The milk for cereal at breakfast while there was warm. That was definitely weird to say the least but different culture.


As you can imagine, Italy is a very different, but fun and beautiful country to be able to visit in a lifetime! I had the time of my life being able to experience spring break of 2004 in 10 cities of Italy with a big group of people that went to my school. My favorite city that we got to go to has to be Rome. 


Of course, I had to throw a coin in the Trevi Fountain! We also got to see the Roman Colesium while we were exploring and touring in Rome. It was being worked on, so as you can be it was under construction in the picture. It was really neat to see in person though.


I also went to Verona which is a popular city where it's known that Romeo and Juliet were and took place there. The interesting thing about the walls on the picture below is that people would stick their gum and notes all over it. It was weird, but kind of neat to see.


We also went to Venice which was a really awesome city too, because it was really pretty and they let us go on a Gondola ride, which is a boat like a canoe that holds several people. 



14 comments :

  1. I've been to Venice and Rome - they are both beautiful cities. I can't wait to return some day!

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  2. I have never been to Italy. Looks beautiful. One day !!

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  3. Visiting Venice is definitely on my bucket list and your pix make me want to go soon!

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  4. Ohhhh, Italia! I'd love so much to go to Italy! I even learned Italian a few years ago! I guess that when I travel to Italy I'll go crazy with the culture, architecture and the history. Thank for sharing your story!

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  5. I visited Italy with my parents when I was in junior high. I don't remember much about it, so I would love to visit again!

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  6. Italy is one of my favorite destinations. There's so much to see and each region has a different emphasis. Sounds like a fab trip!

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  7. I've never been to Italy but it is one of my bucket list items. I want to see more of the world. Thank you for sharing the pictures of your trip. That must have been so much fun!

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  8. what a beautiful place with so much history to share. Thanks for sharing the awesome post and beautiful pictures

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  9. Gorgeous photos! You must have had a fantastic time.

    Italy is definitely on my bucket list! A friend of mine was able to visit the Coliseum while he was in the military. He said it seemed smaller than he expected? Also, is it true that the entire city of Venice is underwater?

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  10. There's no denying that Italy is one of the best places in Europe and it's always delightful to be able to go there on vacation. I'm glad you went to see the Roman Colosseum! It's one of the most beautiful architecture in Italy.

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  11. I've never been to Italy, but it's high in my list. I loved reading about your experience!

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  12. On my bucket list, so thanks for the reminder to set a date. :)

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  13. Italy is my number one beautiful places destination! I love all your photos and I admit that I'm jealous.

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  14. When it comes to Italy, Rome & Venice is all comes to your mind right away & it has been on my bucketlist for so long. The pictures are so beautiful & inviting that I would want to visit it sometime sooner.

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