All roads lead to Rome

I’ve been to Rome many times. A lot of my friends and colleagues keep asking me why I repeat my trips to Italy.  I have no answer. There is something in my heart about it. I adore Rome…

Vatican Temple of Asclepius Campo de' Fiori Monte Pincio Santa Maria Maggiore Piazza Navona Pantheon IMG_16 (33) Fontana di Trevi IMG_16 (13) Trastevere Piazza Di Spagna

Monte Pincio Colosseum

I enjoy walking in streets and engaging with people there. Living the experience and not only sights-seeing.

What about you, do you repeat your trips/places?

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93 thoughts on “All roads lead to Rome

    1. Mohamad Al Karbi Post author

      Wish you can make it to Italy someday. It’s wonderful experience to live. Yeah, I wanted to say the same but probably wasn’t able to express it well: local community. I love engaging with local community and I believe it’s supposed to be the purpose of any of my trips. I’m sure Arizona is beautiful too – Sharon is there. 🙂

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  1. Marina Aagaard

    I agree; Italy AND Rome are wonderful – I, too, have visited Rome – and especially Italy many, many times. I really recommend Firenze and Venice, too. The latter is an absolute must-see destination, so if overseas visitors, should maybe do a round-trip.
    I recommend getting up very early and walk around Rome and Venice, before it becomes overly crowded with tourists, so that you cannot see the pavements, facades and sights. In the morning you meet the locals.
    Happy travelling to all.

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    1. Mohamad Al Karbi Post author

      Thank you very much, Marina. I totally agree, Firenze and Venezia are amazing too. I never faced the problem of crowded with tourists as I mainly visit Italy in Winter – low tourism season! However, I think Florence is crowded in all seasons

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  2. A Plus Attitude

    Although this isn’t nearly as exotic as Rome, my family and I vacation annually in Hilton Head, South Carolina. The beach is beautiful, the sand is hard and smooth enough to ride your bikes or jog on, there are over 100 miles of off road, family-friendly bike trails, decent restaurants and lots of sun. It’s a perfect place to vacation with family.

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