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Our cruise began in  Rome . We arrived there the day before. Here’s the Piazza Navona. Previously, there was a stadium that defined the shape of the square. In addition to the fountains, there’s the Church of St. Agnes in the photos.  The Pantheon is a...
Our cruise ended in  Civitavecchia . A third of Americans continued their exploration of Europe along the sea, some hurried to the airport to go home, and we took a car for two days and went to San Marino. This is a story about how we found ourselves at a wedding, carnival, and a...
The Italian Stromboli volcano is 3028 feet (923 meters) high and located  is located on a tiny island in the middle of the Tyrrhenian Sea, and it is one of the most active volcanoes in the world. Eruptions occur constantly. Despite its regular eruptions, a small village has called one the...
Pisa, Monaco, Barcelona, Palma-de-Majorca, Carthage, Palermo and Naples, Rome  is the route of the May cruise. this was the route of my May cruise. Arriving at the Fiumicino Airport in Rome and later going to  Civitavecchia, a city 50 miles (80 km) from ...