rome photo diary

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Christmas in Rome. Never in my wildest dreams have I pictured myself in Italy, but there I was, almost a month ago, revelling in its beauty every second I was there. What makes Rome incredibly alluring is how modern day buildings are casually erected right next to ancient structures, yet blending in so well I couldn’t tell them apart. It helps having a tour guide showing us around though, pouring all sorts of history as we moved from one attraction to another. London and Paris was way colder, so when in Rome, we were able to walk around more comfortably. Huddling against the cold wind isn’t my kind of fun. Still, if you’re planning on heading to Europe, avoid the Christmas period. Shops were all closed. Since we only had two days to explore anyway, all’s good. Could only wish it was longer… Maybe next time.

That marks the end of my Europe photo diary. Hope you enjoyed the visuals! XX


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