The famous Spanish Steps, built in 1725, serve a practical purpose for the faithful wising to visit the Trinita dei Monti, which sits at the top of the steps.
The Vatican is every bit as grand The Honeyfords dreamed it would be. A tour inside took hours but was worth it.
The Coliseum, by night, is glorious, but dangerous, according to the tour guides, who warned of the lurking pickpockets.
The remains of the Roman Forum sit side by side with modern buildings in harmony.
Work on the Pantheon began circa 118 and was completed in 1125 AD. The modern cars are dwarfed by the sheer mass of the structure.
The Altare della Patria serves two purposes on the Rome landscape. The monument construction began in 1885 but didn’t open until 1925 as a memorial to the Italian soldiers who served in World War I.
Jeri Honeyford was amazed by the size of the Trevi Fountain.