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Rome, the eternal city. Got to face the facts here: there are a ton of tourists. But there are so many nooks and crannies that it IS possible to escape the beaten path. Still, must return to the Roman Forum and the Colosseum. And Palatine Hill. And find the prison where Paul and Peter were rumored to be held. And St. Peter in Chains...
Trevi Fountain, Rome. I've tossed a coin over my shoulder and I DID return to Rome, as legend has it. You can do the same by having your OWN "La Dolce Vita" moment when you call me, Tom Koebel at Luxury Voyages 800-598-0595. I have transatlantic cruises that start at only $499 for 14 nights, with all meals, from Rome to the US.
"Dulce vita on a Vespa" (Sweet life on a Vespa) by Inasia Jones... Vespa is both Latin and Italian for wasp — adopted as a name for the vehicle in reference for the high-pitched noise of the two-stroke engine and for its body shape: the thicker rear part connected to the front part by a narrow waist, and the steering rod resembled antennae.