Rome, Italy

It's been almost a decade since my last visit to Rome. I threw a coin into the beautiful Fontana di Trevi, so I'm sure I'll go there again. Rome is one of those cities that can never become boring, where there's always something new to see or to do.

As a matter of fact, I can't name a city or a country that I wouldn't want to see again. Once bitten by a travel bug, the sheer thought of going places fills me with the feeling of anticipation and excitement. It's the same fluttery feeling I get in the moment the plane leaves the ground.

What to say about Rome that hasn't been said yet? It's unbelievably amazing with a great many of awe-inspiring sights. Every building, every street tells its own story of ages past. And the fountains! Absolutely awesome! It's said that there are about 280 fountains in Rome. My favorite: the three magnificent fountains on Piazza Navona in spring.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Your posts are very interesting, photos are beautiful, and you seem extremely thin. I liked posts about Madrid and Spain, because I was there
Bojana
Anonymous said…
Your posts are very interesting, photos are beautiful, and you seem extremely thin. I liked posts about Madrid and Spain, because I was there
Bojana
arjana said…
Dear Bojana,
how nice of you to leave a comment on my blog. Thank you, especially about the thin part.

Have fun on the Rova Beach. It's boling hot here in Zagreb and I hope I'll join you real soon.
arjana