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All Passage to Roma videos now available and free online

It has been a couple of years, but we were finally able to get all 6 tours of the Passage to Roma videos uploaded to Vimeo and they are now freely available. You don't have to sign up for anything, just enjoy.

In the series, we visit about 60 sites in Rome and have created 6 tours that will take the average person between 1/2 to 1 full day to complete each. You'll also find in the website the Googlemaps for each tour, as well as a bunch of other locations around Rome. There is also the free for download guidebook and MP3 audio guides.

Thanks to our sponsors, it is all free now for online viewing in full HD. Depending on your connection speed, you may find it necessary to first press the PLAY button, then immediately press PAUSE to allow several minutes of the video to buffer, then press PLAY again.

This isn't an advertisement, because we aren't selling anything. Hope this helps some folks in planning their trips.

http://passagetoroma.com/index.php/ptr2010

dave

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