In response to The Daily Post’s photo challenge, collage.
Posted in Europe, Free Activity, Photo Challenge, Travel
Tagged Arch of Constantine, Area Sacra, Collage, Free Attractions, Pantheon, Photo Challenge, Piazza Navona, Rome, Spanish Steps, Victor Emanuele Monument
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Avenue of the Allies is Porto’s main urban street. Visiting the boulevard exposes tourists to different architectural eras. It is also near attractions like the Sao Bento Train Station and Clerigos Tower. The prominent building in the Avenue is the … Continue reading
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There are few free attractions in Porto, Portugal. One of them, and the most popular is the Dom Luís I Bridge in the Ribeira area.It connects Porto and Vila Nova de Gaia spanning the Douro River. The bridge was built … Continue reading
Rome has four Papal Basilicas, namely, Saint Peter’s Basilica, Basilica di Santa Maggiore, Archbasilica of Saint John Lateran, and Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls. Papal Basilicas are the highest ranking Roman Catholic Church buildings. Santa Maria Maggiore holds … Continue reading
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One of the popular free attractions in Rome is the Trevi Fountain. Even during the off season, tourists flock to the fountain. It was a challenge to take pictures without anyone photo bombing.Fontana di Trevi is the largest Baroque fountain … Continue reading
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State Capitol Tours are always free. Some are self-guided, others offer guided tours. California’s State Capitol in Sacramento conducts guided tours every hour from 9am to 4pm. In addition, it has a theater that plays short films about the Capitol’s … Continue reading
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Can seals get knackered? By the looks of this guy, yes!He was just floating, not moving. People stared and wondered if he was dead. But no, he wasn’t dead. He probably was just exhausted, tired.Knackered!
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It is not a secret that I am afflicted with wanderlust. I am so lucky that my husband has the same affliction. I feel luckier that he has a passion for visiting the country’s National Parks. His interest has brought … Continue reading