Rome

Rome does not need an introduction. Everything has been said about Rome.

I will just post a few pics I took some days ago to show you the great time I had there πŸ˜‰

Be happy for me and listen to Felicita with me…Β 

69 Comments on “Rome

  1. Thank you!!! are beatyfull images!!!
    I leave in Albano Laziale dear Rome city πŸ™‚
    Roma in italian = Amor= Love πŸ™‚
    Hi Claude

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    • Thank you Poul πŸ™‚ The town is impressive, but so full of inopportune (see the statue pic?) tourists even in November….

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      • I have been to Italy loads of times but only in Roma once and only for hours and would like to see more but I would prefer no tourists πŸ˜‰

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  2. oh wow ! Je suis heureuse de voir que tu as passΓ© un bon sΓ©jour et tes photos sont superbes Paula ! La lumiΓ¨re de la derniΓ¨re photo est incroyable ! Merci pour ce partage πŸ™‚

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    • Salut chere Marie-Charlotte πŸ™‚ Merci beaucoup pour ta visite et gentilles paroles …. j’ai passe quelques semaines folles et puis je suis partie pour Rome, je n’ai pas oublie ton blog charmant πŸ™‚

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    • Oh yes, not just this panino :D. But when some really exciting food comes to my table, I completely forget I am carrying a camera πŸ˜€ Thank you dear Anne πŸ™‚

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  3. beautiful stuff, sister! this was a song that my mother would play on loop. Rome is divine and I love going there too. Your sunset shots are exquisite and really show off Rome’s glamour. mile grazie!

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  4. I’m happy for you and am listening the beautiful music, Paula Dear. πŸ™‚ Thank you for the gorgeous pics, wow!!

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  5. What magical photos, Paula. Rome is a very beautiful city, and you’ve made me want to go back there again. πŸ™‚ Loved the music too. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. I could sit in front of the coliseum for a very long time… I just love that place πŸ™‚
    The photos, specially the sunset ones are super nice.

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    • Where did you sit? On the streets or on the other side of Colosseo? The weather was great and I did the same πŸ˜€

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  7. Superb post… all the pictures looks so grand and depicts the place so very well… loved the composition, colours… Truly beautiful πŸ™‚

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    • πŸ™‚ that is the purpose of photos … to catch the subjects in the best light and to take memories away with me πŸ˜‰ Grazie cara!

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  8. “Rome has grown since its humble beginnings
    that it is now overwhelmed by its own greatness”
    (Titus Livius)

    Great city, wonderful p(aula)hotos… πŸ˜‰

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    • I was lucky to be greeted so generously with a glorious sky, and I swear I felt that love there, starting from taxi drivers to wonderful camareri. Un bacione per te Alessandro πŸ™‚

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  9. Excellent, excellent post! I did the same with my post about Rome. It’s so popular that all its greatness has been covered already. No need for reiteration. Your darn majestic, amazing pictures will do. Rome is simply beautiful! Outstanding entry!

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  10. So much of Rome and Venice; including infrastructure, was deliberatley designed and built with artistic craftmanship. The international respect for the aesthetics of these places has lasted for centuries. I love where I live but I do wish that city planners had kept my city moving forward with a lot more of the old world architecture in tact. Most of modern construction is so generic and astiere.

    Beautiful pictures, Paula.

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    • Thank you so much Alex for your nice comments. I wish I could spend more time on your blog now, but am working 12 hours a day :(. I have my blog open to see comments like yours – they make this slaving a lot easier πŸ™‚ I wish you could go to Rome soon. I advise avoiding Summer season – it is very hot and packed with tourists.November was perfect cause I had a wonderful weather, but there are no guarantees πŸ˜‰

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        • So far I haven’t seen a part of Italy I did not like. If I discover such part, I will let you know Alex πŸ˜€

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