Three days in Roma and much to see. The eternal city never disappoints.

At the Vatican Museum, students had time to draw in their travel journals.
We started in the afternoon, and ended after dark.
Bernini’s Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi at the Piazza Navonna.
Rome spans many centuries. The Via del Portico d’Ottavia just We outside of the Jewish Ghetto.

We had a wonderful tour of the Colosseum and Roman Forum the next day, fortunately it was a warm sunny day.

Journaling time..
In front of the Arch of Titus, 1st century AD.
On our last day we visited the famous Cinecitta where many great Italian films and films about Italy were created. Here we are at a set for the HBO series Rome and got to see the Roman Forum intact.
Laura demoing bookmaking techniques for Travel Journal final projects.
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