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I rode the ancient Appian Way

The Appian Way, Rome, October 2019

iPhone images of riding with Riding Ancient Rome

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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 19 October 2019

Posted as part of Six Word Saturday

41 replies »

  1. Great photos, Debbie 🙂

    You just made me time travel! As a child I lived in the hills outside of Rome – in a house not a cave or catacombs 😉 – and when we drove into town, my father sometimes used the Appia to avoid traffic. I loved it when he went that way because it’s such a fascinating route, it just has this feeling to it of another time and place, a different kind of pace, of the wisdom and wilds of the ancients.


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