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  • Roman Colosseum
    13 Things you didn't know about the Roman Colosseum
    In the northeastern corner of the Roman Forum is the famed Colosseum. Built in 80 AD, the Colosseum was the greatest arena constructed within the ancient world. This enormous building had an area base of 6 acres and seated upwards of 50,000...
  • Trevi Fountain
    Costa Cruises' newest ship, Costa Diadema, to sail roundtrip from Rome
    Starting Dec. 3 Costa Cruises' newest ship, the Costa Diadema, will begin sailing roundtrip from Rome on weeklong cruises to the Western Mediterranean. Having Rome as the embarkation and disembarkation port for the 3,700-passenger ship gives...
  • Caesarea: A cool tourist attraction on the Israeli coast
    Caesarea: A cool tourist attraction on the Israeli coast
    The Judean port of Caesarea was much nicer than Jerusalem. For one thing, Caesarea was cooled by breezes from the Mediterranean, while Jerusalem – some 40 miles inland – was often hot and sticky.So in the year 6 A.D., when Rome moved...
  • Big Cat Quest travels to Rome, Ga
    Georgia’s Rome to host Big Cat Quest catfish tournament
    The beautiful Coosa River near Rome, GA will soon be filled with catfish anglers as the Bass Pro Shops Big Cat Quest (BCQ) brings its nationwide tour to town on August 29, 2015. Many anglers will arrive before tournament day to practice fish and...
  • Palm Springs Art Museum
    Travel to Rome, enjoy Palm Springs, getaway in Steamboat Springs
    This week’s deals include a deal on a great hotel in Palm Springs, a getaway in Steamboat Springs, and an adventure in Rome, Florence, and Venice.A great getaway from the Front Range in the fall is Palm Springs, California. Travelzoo.com has...
  • Riding e-bikes through Rome
    Cycle through Rome with Hotel de Russie
    E-bikes are one of the new and exciting ways to pedal through some of the globe’s most vibrant cities. With the electric motor assist, bicyclists are enjoying an easier way to zip around town without having to employ a car service or rent...
  • Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris
    Cruise the Atlantic, play at Keystone, visit Paris and Rome
    This week’s deals include transatlantic cruises, great room rates in Keystone, and 15 days in Europe visiting Paris, Rome, Florence, and London.It’s the time when the cruise lines start filling their repositioning cruises between the U...
  • When in Rome: The Omnia Pass open all doors
    WHEN IN ROME: THE OMNIA PASS OPENS DOORS
    For first-timers in Rome, the eternal city can seem as crowded and disorganized as it must have been when Roman centurions strolled the Forum and street vendors hawked everything from slaves to vegetables.But you don’t have to waste precious...
  • The Roman Guy guide
    Discover Rome’s secret places with The Roman Guy
    Forget all those yucky mental images of the vomitoriums of Ancient Rome. They are not a convenience for overeaters, but a method of safely and swiftly exiting huge crowds from public places. The Coliseum is probably the most visited vomitorium on...
  • Sublime With Rome Eric Wilson performing
    Sublime's bassist Eric Wilson hit by car, Will they play San Diego?
    Bassist Eric Wilson from Sublime with Rome was hit by a car while riding his motorcycle after a show in Orange County California Tuesday night July 14, 2015. According to Sublime with Rome’s Drummer, Josh Freese’s #joshfreese Instagram...
  • David Downie's newest book
    A passion for Paris flows out of newest book about the city of lights
    For Francophiles, students of the French language and European historians, make this book as part of your reading collection.A Passion for Paris by David Downie is the perfect book as a traveling companion walking the streets.Famous historical...
  • Single Drops
    Luca Bash: Single Drops ep review
    Luca Bash is a singer-songwriter haling from Rome Italy. His latest album, Single Drops, dropped May 18th. The EP is a compilation disc of past material, one song from each EP released in 2014: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Key Black. The Single...
  • Turning to Stone (Roma Series Book 4), by Gabriel Valjan
    Interview with Gabriel Valjan, author of 'Turning to Stone'
    Gabriel Valjan is the author of the Roma Series from Winter Goose Publishing, available in both paperback and digital formats. He is the author of numerous short stories that are available online and in print anthologies. Turning To Stone, Book 4...
  • Turning to Stone (Roma Series Book 4), by Gabriel Valjan
    Book review: Turning to Stone (Roma Series Book 4), by Gabriel Valjan
    International spy Alabaster Black returns in this the latest instalment in Valjan’s exciting mystery/suspense Roma series.This time Alabaster (aka Bianca Nerini) and her colleagues takes us to Naples, where tension is rapidly escalating...
  • Nuns stuck in an elevator for 3 days get through the time with prayers
    Nuns stuck in elevator 3 days: 2 nuns without food, water or toilet facilities
    Two nuns being stuck in an elevator might sound like the beginning of a bad joke, but this wasn't the case over the weekend in Rome. It just so happened that two nuns were stuck in an extremely hot elevator for three days without food, water...
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