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  1. I went to Rome when I was in high school for a school trip and I would absolutely go back! I didn’t take a lot of photos when I was there so yours are totally bringing me back. I remember loving sitting on the Spanish Steps and people watching 🙂
    Evelina @ Fortunate House

  2. This makes me miss Rome more than I can explain! When I studied abroad there I remember the metro being a tan sketchy even then, but with a few friends it was always preferred over taxis…since we were poor students lol! I walked so much that summer I lost weight – didn’t matter how much pizza I ate LOL! I would go back in a heartbeat and do it exactly like you did! xo, Biana –BlovedBoston

  3. Ok I have a serious case of wanderlust after this post, huge on my to-do list the next time I cross the pond! I love exploring cities like this on my own two feet, and oh my goodness all that food – YUM!

    Hop on over tomorrow, and link this up for our Wanderlust Wednesday link up 😉
    Green Fashionista

  4. This post popped up at the perfect time!! We are headed to Rome on Thursday and this was a great read on what to do 🙂 Saving it for our weekend adventures!

  5. Your pictures are great! Those tours you did sound really good, especially getting early access to things and not being packed in like sardines. I’m not generally a tour kind of person but I think somewhere like Rome there’s a real value to it.

    Oh and I’m all about the exploring by foot, too. If I can walk it I will!

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