Virtual Vacation: Things to Do in Rome Remotely

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Even if I’m no fan of airport security, long cramped flights and airline meals, I do miss traveling. And while nonessential travel remains not the most responsible or safest idea, there’s no argument against virtual traveling.

So pack your mental suitcase, grab your most stylish stilettos — sadly, there won’t be much walking on cobblestones — and join me on a Roman visit from the comfort of home. It’s the next best thing to actually strolling the city at dusk and ending up in front of a lit Fontana di Trevi while devouring gelato.

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