Saint Cecilia in Trastevere, the Catacombs of San Callisto & Domine, Quo Vadis?

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So when I started writing about all these different churches we’ve been going to, I figured it be a good way to have something to write about every week in case I was having writer’s block. Well, now I have … Continued

San Pietro in Vincoli

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San Pietro in Vincoli was consecrated in the year 439 and famous for Michelangelo’s statue of Moses as well as the chains that bound St. Peter while he was imprisoned in Jerusalem…

Visiting the Colosseum and the Roman Forum

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This past weekend was our last free weekend before Jaime had to start working, so we decided to spend some time visiting the Colosseum, one of Rome’s most visited attractions. We expected to be in there no more than about an … Continued

Roman Sightseeing: The Pantheon, St. Peter’s & Villa Borghese

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This past week Jaime and I have spent the majority of our time before he starts his new job doing some “housekeeping” duties, mainly looking at apartments and getting the dog registered at the local pet office (more about our … Continued

Day Trips from D.C.

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Time sure flies when you’re having fun! May passed by in a flash and we are already nearing the end of June. Soon enough, it will be August and then the real adventure begins! Since my last post, we’ve been like busy bees exploring more of the Washington area, but this time taking day trips from D.C. to Virginia and Maryland, trying to make the most of the time we have left. Here’s the recap:

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Sightseeing around Washington, D.C.

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All the sightseeing we’ve done so far around Washington, D.C. including the Library of Congress, Arlington National Cemetery, and more!

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