Mediterranean Cruise 2010
May 6 - May 18
Here are some pictures from a vacation my parents and I took
around the Mediterranean.
The vacation started in Rome, then boarded Royal Caribbean's Navigator of
the Seas, with ports of call in Naples, Athens,
Ephasus (Kusudasi), Rhodes (Greece), and finally Alexandria (Egypt).
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I once heard the expression "All History is a Celebration of Rome," and after
seeing it, I agree! This is my second trip to Rome; you can find
more pictures and some interesting explanatory comments
from my last visit, click here.
When visiting Rome, you will see SPQR everywhere - on ancient ruins, on
modern buildings, and especially on public works (like water works
and sewers). SPQR is the Latin
abbreviation for Senatus Populusque Romanus --- the Senate and
People of Rome.
Arch of Constantine
Palatine Hill as seen from the Circus Maximus
Rome at night
Naples & Pompeii
On the ship
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