Photo Journal - Rome Italy

Photo Journal - Rome Italy

Hello all!

Welcome to the first installment Flashback Fridays! A post full of inspiring, fantastic, makes-you-angry-they-exist-and-you-aren't-there, kind of places.

I've just been feeling so european lately! I'm in the midst of some serious withdrawals, so I've been taking a look over my photos to remind myself, that yes, I actually did do all of that stuff. Maybe I'll finally put that photo book together...

Anyway, look at these pictures and let it brighten your spirits. These are all during my 8 week study abroad summer in Italy, specifically, my time from Rome. Some flashbacks to other fantastic Italian cities are on the way.

I know I'll be reverting back to some of my Italian ways this weekend. God, if only I could get Italian Fanta in the states, I would just dieee. 


 The street corner where I had my cappuccino every morning (if i wasn't running late for class).

The street corner where I had my cappuccino every morning (if i wasn't running late for class).

 The inside of our studio. Yes. I got to do school work here. Surrounded by frescos, cappuccino, and all marble everything.

The inside of our studio. Yes. I got to do school work here. Surrounded by frescos, cappuccino, and all marble everything.

 One of the hundreds of villas we visited. Those columns are painted to appear to go straight up, despite being on a curved ceiling. Apparently it's very difficult. 

One of the hundreds of villas we visited. Those columns are painted to appear to go straight up, despite being on a curved ceiling. Apparently it's very difficult. 

 One of my favorite little churches.  San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane

One of my favorite little churches. San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane

 On our very first day of class, a building that needs no introduction. (But if you do its the pantheon.)

On our very first day of class, a building that needs no introduction. (But if you do its the pantheon.)

 The Trevi Fountain at night. No I didn't throw a coin in. 

The Trevi Fountain at night. No I didn't throw a coin in. 

 The dome of the Vatican, after you walk through the museums.

The dome of the Vatican, after you walk through the museums.

 One of the crossings over the Tiber River. 

One of the crossings over the Tiber River. 

 Ok, not technically Rome. A small town about an hour east of Rome, in the Lazio Region. 

Ok, not technically Rome. A small town about an hour east of Rome, in the Lazio Region. 

 And like you were going to get all the way through without a Roman cat. HA!

And like you were going to get all the way through without a Roman cat. HA!


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