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Specially the streets connecting Pantheon to Piazza Navonna not only offers some best italian cookings containing pizzas, pastas and antipasti's but also offers some magnificient architectural views of the city for example, Piazza della Rotonda contain several cafes which face the Pantheon and Piazza Navona is completely encircled by traditional italian restaurents which offer views of the historic 'bernini's fountain of four rivers'....
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When in Iran, do as the Iranians do :-) Driving thru Iran Hike to THE WAVE Zoroastrian Fire Temple (Yazd, Iran) Hotel Aspen Alpin Lifetsyle, Grindelwald Zoroastrian Fire Temple (Yazd, Iran) Iran Iran Natural Air Conditioner, it actually works :-) Jungfraujoch - Top of Europe Iran Iran Iran Vinjerac, Croatia Old Bridge, Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina Jungfraujoch Old Bridge, Mostar Persepolis, Iran Persepolis, Iran Old Bridge, Mostar Persepolis, Iran Cinque-Tere, Italy Lake Ohrid, Macedonia Aramgah-e-Hafez, Shiraz, Iran Aramgah-e-Hafez, Shiraz, Iran Meteora, Greece Darvaze Quran, Iran Farewell by friends in London Akhil taking super nap while in train towards Paris All set for the L2J Road Trip View from Priya's balcony With our dear friends in Paris With our dear friends in Belgium Muaah :-* In Bruges With our dear friends in Belgium Exploring Bruges Exploring Bruges Exploring Bruges Exploring Bruges Exploring Bruges Exploring Bruges World famous Belgian Waffles It all started back in 2013 when my wife, Aarti asked me if it was possible for us to do a cross country!...
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(Part 2 of "The Waters of Rome: 4 Days in theEternal City") The fountains of Rome all operated purely by gravity- the source of water had to be higher than the fountain itself, and the difference in elevation and distance between the source and the fountain determined how high the fountain could shoot water. - Katherine Wentworth Rinne, The Fall and Rise of the Waters of Rome Woke up to a window of million flowers and a lake already soaking up the Roman summer sun....