rome in 150 pictures part 1 is some of the best pics i took while chilling in the eternal city.
i was telling you about a romanian waitress we met in siena by chance. she recommend that we go to this place. it’s called civita bagnoregio, il paese che muore/the country that’s dying. it’s a town located on a hill top. the problem is that the hill is crumbling and so the town is disappearing little by little. you can visit the remaining part of the town.
we made it to rome. this is one of the belvederes on one of the hills surrounding the city center.
a bit later, we had just dropped the car and we were going back downtown by subway.
this is the river running through rome, the tiber. we were going towards trastevere, the fun district, where we were going to have dinner.
i loved the area: relaxed and crowded. i’m sure i’ll come back and try to get lost in this maze of little streets as soon as possible.
i loved the lively piazza trilussa.
walk around at night! the city is different, it holds different secrets.
this is the booth of the guardian on the ground floor of our building.
and this is the bed. cute, huh?
the view was so different at night, over watermelon and wine lol.
we walked down on winding streets towards the nearby vatican area.
we passed through the piazza del popolo.
a one of a kind picture: the spanish steps empty! they were still working on them, that’s how this was possible.
this is trinita dei monti, right above the steps.
now, we were on our way towards a museum. you’ll see tomorrow which one!
stay tuned for part 2 and 3 the following days: the last posts from my italian trip!
photo credits: little aesthete