This is the final instalment of my long weekend in Rome which is actually rather upsetting, not only is it the holiday over and I am officially back to work and back to day to day life but I am also finishing writing about my time too!

IMG_2230On our final day in Rome we did quite a few things! Back when it was my birthday Danny, my boyfriend had arranged for us to go Segway. In England it isn’t that common to be able to do and there isn’t many places to be able to try this so it was really exciting, so while in Rome we spotted an opportunity and jumped at the chance!
We went Segway around the main park in Rome called Villa Borghese. This was brilliant, it was such a beautiful park full of tall trees and ancient statues, as just like every part of Rome.

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We then went on to the Vatican to experience the rumours for ourselves. The building is extreme. It is humongous! It has statues along the whole outside of the walls and fountains in the middle. Once inside the painted ceilings are incredible and they’re so high it is breath taking.
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IMG_2199After spending hours walking around and admiring everything there was to offer we went off and found a small restaurant down a side street and had the most delicious food to end our trip, although half way through the meal the heavens decided to open and it started to rain which was not planned but it didn’t put a damper on our weekend away.

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I hope you have enjoyed my Rome trip posts and I hope I will be able to take you with me for lots more of my future trips!

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Hi! Im Freya. Im 23 and this my escape from life into my own little world visiting, tasting and trying the things I love! Hoping that everyone will enjoy my posts and give others ideas of what they would like and hopefully I can steal some ideas back!

12 comments

  1. I have always wanted to go to Rome, my boyfriend and I keep talking about it but the more I hear about it the more I want to go. After reading your Rome instalments, I have decided I am going to book to go next year! Thank you.

    It was great to see that you had so much passion when writing about your time there.

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  2. Thanks for visiting my blog. Your post reminded me of my trip to Italy last year! The street in the first photo on your blog looks familiar. Maybe it’s the street where my hostel was 🙂 Rome is a beautiful place. My personal favorite is Florence though. Had a great time there roaming around in the streets. As for gelato, there was a shop which served 100% home-made ice cream. You could create your own mix of various flavors. Such rich flavors. Regular gelatos had no comparison at all! Forgot the name of the shop. I had asked them if I could take a pic but they didn’t agree telling me they didn’t want anyone to misuse their logo :O(

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  3. Hi there Freya. Thanks for visiting my blog. Lovely, professional-looking blog you have here. I see you’ve been to Rome. How about Milan? If you ever plan to go there, just contact me and I’ll make you a personal plan for the best area in Milan suited for you and the best places to eat there! Or you can just check out my other main blog [ http://www.milanfinally.com/ ]. I’ll be looking out for your blog post on the next place you go on your travels…

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