Category Archives: Europe

The Zarses travel around Europe for 27 days and live to blog about it.

Rome Day 3

Rome Day 3 With one more day left in the ancient city we have just one thing left on our list of things to see. Despite my wife’s fears of the boogie man, we head off to the country with … Continue reading

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Rome Day 2

Rome Day 2 starts off with a list of “must sees”. The usual suspects are all on the list. The Colosseum, the Roman Forum, Paul, and Peter’s prison, the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, the spanish steps. Plenty of really old … Continue reading

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Rome Day 1

After our long, swelteringly hot, slumber-less night we find ourselves tired, groggy, and a little out of it. What to do when when you are in such deprived physical state? The only intelligent option that I could think of was … Continue reading

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Castiglion Day 1

Today we give Florence a little bit more time. We have a 1315 train to catch so we head back out into the town to see if we can absorb a little bit more culture. We head on over to … Continue reading

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Florence Day 1

Firenze is what everyone calls this city who does not live in America. Not really sure when we decided to start calling it something else. I can’t say I blame us though. Florence sound much cooler than Firenze. Firenze sounds … Continue reading

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Cinque Terre Day 3

Beach Day! That is what Cinque Terre had in the books for us today. Steph and I jumped on the 20 minute train up to Monterrosso where we enjoyed a day on the beach. Before soaking up the sun Steph … Continue reading

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Cinque Terre Day 2

La Cinque Terre, the five villages. This place is beautiful. Nestled into the Northwestern coast of Italy these five villages mostly all have three things I like very much. Small populations, difficult access, and a view of the horizon. Once … Continue reading

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