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First arriving in Rome, here’s a shot taken from the top of the Colosseum looking out at the entrance:
Here’s one taken looking down into the core of whats left of the Colosseum:
There’s definitely something to be said about Rome. It re-defined my appreciation of the word “epic” when it comes to its overall appeal and visual aesthetic, the detail, and way the city was built.
Moving onto the next city was Florence. The city of Renaissance, arts and culture. One monument that stuck out to me in particular was a certain large church. I believe it to be’s Florence’s largest, named The Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore. I’ve never quite seen any building as detailed and grand as this one, the selfie doesn’t quite do it justice as to the overall size of this beast, but there’s plenty more photos of it in the gallery below:
Next up the city of Sorrento, this seaside hill town is a popular tourist destination known for it’s beauty and surrounding coastal islands. Here’s a shot taken from the pool level of our hotel:
About a half hour ferry ride away from Sorrento is another popular tourist destination, the city of Capri, situated on its own island, These coastal towns are mostly built on giant hills and mountains. Here’s the view from about halfway up:
Driving along winding roads of the Amalfi coast you’ll pass by tons of these scenic and picturesque hillside towns. The land of Italia is certainly anything but flat, especially approaching the next destination, a small town called Cleto, in the province of Calabria. Cleto is an old somewhat abandon town, built on a rocky hill which currently houses about a hundred or so residences. All 28 of us climbed all the way to the top to see where the small town our grandparents came from long ago. There was a very old castle on the top of the mountain:
Lastly, after departing from Calabria, we made our way down to the province of Sicily to a destination town called Toarmina, it felt somewhat like the beverley hills of Italy! It was another town atop of a mountain with a great view of the active volcano known as Mt. Etna, while not exactly visible from my last selfie, you can see it among the photos in my gallery below!
So finally, here’s the gallery of all my best photos taken among the trip.
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