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We spent almost a week in Rome and this gallery represents the general city itself. Some of the specific places like the Vatican and the Colosseum will have their own galleries in the Rome section of the site.

Some of the pictures were taken for their artistic value, thinking that they would look good framed hanging on the wall in someone's home while others were taken to show what life is like in Rome. It's an amazing city and we barely scratched the surface. It will take us several more trips to really see and experience all that the city has to offer.
Harry's Bar in Rome Italy. Harry's Bar on Via Veneto in Rome Italy gained international fame when it was featured in director Federico Fellini's classic 1960 film La Dolce Vita. It still operates todaRome Marriott Grand Hotel Flora. Just a few doors down from our hotel on Via Veneto in Roma.Entrance way through the Piazzale Brasile into the Borghese.Piazzale Brasile on Via Veneto. This was taken from just inside the Borghese.Baccanale via Veneto. The Concept has been created to offer an �All day long� service, from morning to evening, where the menu exposed along the shop-windows function as a backdrop to diners who can sVia Sicilia in Rome. Getting to know the neighborhood around our hotel since we'll be staying here for a week.NH Collection Roma Vittorio Veneto. This hotel is right next to the Borghese and I just thought the front of it was cool so I took a picture.Viale del Galoppatoio inside the Borghese. This was taken from the backseat of a cab so it's not perfect but gives you an idea of life in the Borghese during the day. It's a very large and very cool sAn unknown building in Rome. This is the first of many pictures in this gallery where I can't identify the building. I took so many of these pictures because I thought the architecture was really coolEntrance to Piazza del Popolo in Rome. Piazza del Popolo is a large urban square in Rome. The name in modern Italian literally means "People's Square", but historically it derives from the pA typical city street in Rome. I took a lot of these pictures to give someone who has never been to Rome an idea of what it's like.Istituto Seneca in Rome. I thought this was a cool little billboard so why not.Unknown street in Rome. I liked that building in the back right of the picture when we were walking around so I took the shot.Scooter in Rome Italy. Scooters are everywhere in Italy (not just Rome). Someone from the United States may read that and not really understand that I mean e.v.e.r.y.w.h.e.r.e. You'll see it if you maThe small cars in Rome Italy. I took this picture to illustrate the size of the cars you see in Rome and in most other cities in Italy, at least the ones we visited. If you're from the United States lAnother picture of a street in Rome Italy. Notice the lack of lanes and the feeling of "drive wherever you want?"Hotel Alimandi Vaticano. Located on Via Tunisi at the foot of the steps that take you up to the Vatican Museum entrance. We had a feet minutes to kill while waiting for our Vatican tour to start and wAnother street in Rome at night. Driving in Rome is not for the faint of heart if you're not from Italy. If you're from the United States, you'd almost need to go through a Rome driving school first,A Roman street at night. In addition to the small cars, you'll notice a lot of buses in the pictures of this gallery. Public transportation is big in Rome and easy to use from what I've read. We didn'Santa Maria in Montesanto. Santa Maria di Montesanto is a church in Rome. It's located on the Piazza del Popolo, facing the northern gate of the Aurelian Walls, at the entrance of Via del Corso on the