Falling in love with Rome

23 Jan

It’s been almost three months since I visited Rome, and I still can’t stop thinking about it. What a beautiful, stunning, wonderful city. It took me all of one hour (probably less) before I was head over heels in love. Rome is incredible, and I can’t wait to share all the details from our trip – I know I’ve been a bad blogger, but I’m getting back on track!

The bf and I spent a lot of time wandering down side streets, and we always found something interesting around the corner. Rome is the perfect city for getting lost. We spent five days exploring different neighborhoods and checking out the touristy spots. Maybe it was how old everything is, but I couldn’t get enough. Even the touristy spots were lovely to me. Here’s a look at touristy Rome…

–Piazza Navona–

Piazza Navona in Rome | www.the-wild-child.com

Piazza Navona in Rome Italy | www.the-wild-child.com

Fountain of the Four Rivers at Piazza Navona in Rome | www.the-wild-child.com

The church of Sant'Agnese in Agone at Piazza Navona in Rome | www.the-wild-child.com

–Campo de’ Fiori–

Campo de' Fiori flower stand in Rome | www.the-wild-child.com

Campo de' Fiori market in Rome | www.the-wild-child.com

Campo de' Fiori flower stand in Rome | www.the-wild-child.com

–Pantheon–

Pantheon exterior in Rome | www.the-wild-child.com

Pantheon interior in Rome | www.the-wild-child.com

Piazza della Rotonda fountain in Rome | www.the-wild-child.com

–Trevi Fountain–

Trevi Fountain in Rome | www.the-wild-child.com

Trevi Fountain in Rome | www.the-wild-child.com

–National Monument to Victor Emmanuel II–

National Monument to Victor Emmanuel II in Rome | www.the-wild-child.com

–St. Peter’s Square–

St. Peter's Square in Rome Italy | www.the-wild-child.com

–Colosseum–

Colosseum in Rome Italy | www.the-wild-child.com

Colosseum in Rome | www.the-wild-child.com

–Circus Maximus–

Circus Maximus in Rome Italy | www.the-wild-child.com

Circus Maximus in Rome | www.the-wild-child.com

–Tiber Island–

Bridge to Tiber Island in Rome | www.the-wild-child.com

Tiber Island in Rome | www.the-wild-child.com

I have more detailed posts to share, but for now please enjoy the views of Rome. More to come soon!

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4 Responses to “Falling in love with Rome”

  1. Pat 01/23/2014 at 7:33 am #

    AWESOME!!! These pictures were excellent!!!! I really enjoyed my morning viewing your tour of ROME!!!!! It was almost like being there, or it’s as close as I’m ever going to see of ROME! Loved it…..Happy for you and Sebastian to be able to travel the world. Love ya

  2. che210 01/23/2014 at 11:35 am #

    Great pictures. Sometimes playing “super tourist” for a day or so can be quite fun! I love having those days and being able to be camera snap happy all the time for a few hours! Thanks for posting!

    • The Wild Child 01/23/2014 at 1:11 pm #

      Thanks for stopping by, Charlotte! I agree – it’s awesome when you’re visiting a beautiful city with so many photos to capture. PS your travels look amazing!

      • che210 01/23/2014 at 3:16 pm #

        Glad you enjoyed them! Will be doing a few more excursions in the next couple of weeks and blogging about them so be sure to check in on my blog every once and a while if you have a spare moment!

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