What to do on your Roman Holiday?

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Travel Rome, EuropeRome is a wonderful place to visit. It is the capital of Italy and is the centre of Catholicism. It has to offer great scenic beauties and manmade wonders of an ancient time along with present day features met by luxurious hotels.

A quick visit to the landmarks of Rome is one way to do it. There are plenty to choose from and cannot be covered in one day. One could check out Vatican City, St Peter’s Basilica, the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican City Museum. They can also find St Sabina’s Basilica on the eastern banks of the river and Testaccio where they can find the tomb of famous poets like Shelly and Keats. Historic landmarks like the Pantheon, the Spanish steps and The Piazza Venezia will also prove to be wondrous to experience. There are also nice eateries and pretty restaurants all around the city which serve great Italian cuisines catered especially for visitors to their fantastic city.

The White House beyond the Sands of Time – An Unexpected Trip to Remember

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Washington DC , travel AmericaCollege trips to DC, all the important buildings and high class and highly protected buildings in Washington DC tell a lot about how important this place is. People who take a trip to Washington DC would definitely not give out the chance of getting to see the White House. It’s tough to get a trip approved for the White House especially if you’re a foreigner. But if you do, then you’ll have a splendid time.

This old and historic building has been a place for presidents over several years. Its splendid structure and the power it encompasses all around the place are astounding. For the ones who like to know about a dark history would be happy to know that apparently the spirit of First Lady Abigail Adams and Abe have been noticed and felt around this place. Now doesn’t that make things a bit more interesting for your DC trip?