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Photo of the Day: Colosseum from Palatine Hill

Looking down on the Colosseum from the Palatine Hill above the Roman Forum. From here you can get a sense of how much it once towered over the rest of the city (to a large extent it still does). You

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Photo of the Day: The Pantheon in Rome

This is a shot from inside the Pantheon in Rome, Italy. It is one of the best preserved of all Ancient Roman buildings, and its dome is the world’s largest unreinforced concrete dome. Because of the Pantheon’s size and circular

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Photo of the Day: Rome Night Traffic

I took this long-exposure photo from the balcony of my hotel room in Rome, Italy. Related Posts: Eurotrip 2011, Part 3: When in Rome You can view more featured photos at my Photo of the Day Collection.

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Photos of the Day: The Colosseum

Visiting the Colosseum during my 2011 Eurotrip was a dream come true. My favorite view of the ancient arena was during my tour of the Roman Forum when I ventured up to the Temple of Venus and Rome. I don’t

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Eurotrip 2011: The Video

I thought I’d kick off the new Videos section of this blog with the very first video I made from one of my trips.  This video covers most of my month in Europe in 2011, including visits to Italy, Switzerland,

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Eurotrip 2011, Part 3: When in Rome

This installment of my travel journal covers Days 5–8 of my 2011 trip to Europe… Following our adventures in Florence and Lucca, we hopped on a train the next morning for Rome.  We arrived in the afternoon and, after settling in

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