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Our 24 hr Whirlwind Tour of Rome

 
Have a long layover in Rome?  Think you can’t afford to fly to another country for just one day?  You would be amazed at what you can see and do in just 24 hours.
You can check out all of my travel adventures along with travel tips at Southern Blue Traveler.
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48 HOURS IN MALTA

I went to Malta with three beautiful 27 year old ladies.  We flew into Barcelona and was there for 24 hours, then on to Rome for 24 hours, and ended in Malta for 48 hours.
Think 48 hours isn’t a enough time to explore?  You would be amazed at what you can do in that length of time.  Check out the video above and you can see a peek into what can be done with some careful planning.
You can read all of my post about our visit to Malta HERE.
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VISITING THE COLOSSEUM, ROMAN FORUM, AND PALATINE HILL

A visit to the Colosseum is at the top of the list for any first time visitor to Rome. This was my second trip to Rome but my first visit to the Colosseum.  The Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill are next to the Colosseum and your admission ticket coveres all three places.

You can read about my visit to the Colosseum on my travel blog Southern Blue Traveler.  

I have added inforamtion that may be helpful before you arrive and give you an idea of what to expect when you get there.

Think you can’t afford to travel abroad?  Check out my article on how to Find Cheap Airfare and Cheap Lodging.



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SENGLEA, MALTA

SENGLEA, MALTA

Senglea is the smallest of  the Three Cities in the Cottonera. It is situated on a peninsula protruding into the Grand Harbor, facing the charming walled city of Valletta.  I had never heard of Senglea, Malta before my visit there last week.

We were on Airbnb looking for places to stay and we ran across this amazing apartment, in a beautiful location, and at a great price.  The apartment was beyond our expectations (you can see the apartment HERE) and the neighborhood was perfect.

SENGLEA, MALTA

Come explore the neighborhood with me at Southern Blue Traveler.

 

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VISITING VALLETTA, MALTA

Valletta was built by the knights of St John on a tiny peninsula.  It retains it’s 16th century elegance and has been described as on of the most concentrated historic areas in the world.  The history alone makes it a place worth visiting but Valletta has so much more to offer.  The people are friendly, the food is amazing, the shopping is great, and the scenery is awe inspiring.

You can read about my visit to Valletta at Southern Blue Traveler.

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