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Tarquinia - a brief guide

A hilltop town with Etruscan tombs near Rome

Tarquinia is an enchanting walled town with an Etruscan necropolis and impressive museum. For cruise passengers visiting Civitavecchia, it’s a delightful alternative to a day in Rome. 496 more words

Blog

#7 - Perché il suicidio di Civitavecchia non è “colpa delle banche”.

Se siete in qualche modo connessi col mondo dell’informazione, avrete senz’altro letto della drammatica notizia del pensionato di Civitavecchia che si è tolto la vita. 1,133 more words

Personal Finance

When You Ride A Train in Italy

In the United States, we don’t travel by train. We drive on interstates that cut through the flattest land, where the sides of the road are marked by tall, impenetrable trees and silver guardrails. 1,209 more words

Semester At Sea

7th July 2015: Civitavecchia (Port for Rome), Italy

The port of Civitavecchia has long been the most important hub in Italy, and one of the most important in the Mediterranean in terms on the number of cruise passengers that reach its banks each year.  285 more words

2015 Mediterranean Cruise

Rome (Day One)

Our trip, so far, had already taken us to four different countries and ten different cities/towns/villages. We had already seen so many different historical buildings, mesmerizing natural terrains, and people from every culture and every religion. 1,052 more words

Travel

Day 43 – Civitavecchia, Italy for Rome - July 3rd, 2015

Civitavecchia, Italy – 07:00 to 19:00

This morning we arrived in Civitavecchia, which is the first of four port days in a row. After the large number of initial sea days, this is quite a contrast, and all these ports is really putting a dent in our sea day routines. 576 more words

Sea Princess

Lost Luggage, Found Friends

Two years ago, one of my greatest traveling fears was realized—my luggage was lost.

Numerous delays with my connection caused me to miss my scheduled flight to Rome. 1,018 more words

Europe