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S: Europe 2010 | Spain | Italy | Monaco | France | Turkey | Greece |

FC: Europe 2010

1: Grand Mediterranean Cruise | Friday, May 28th | Barcelona, Spain Saturday, May 29th | Barcelona, Spain Sunday, May 30th | French Riviera Monday, May 31st | Florence & Pisa, Italy Tuesday, June 1st | Rome, Italy Wednesday, June 2nd | Naples & Pompeii, Italy Thursday, June 3rd | At Sea Friday, June 4th | Mykonos, Greece Saturday, June 5th | Istanbul, Turkey Sunday, June 6th | Ephesus, Turkey Monday, June 7th | Athens, Greece Tuesday, June 8th | At Sea Wednesday, June 9th | Venice, Italy Thursday, June 10th | Venice, Italy Friday, June 11th | Venice, Italy Saturday, June 12th | Venice, Italy | May 27th - June 12th | 2010

2: Barcelona, Spain Placa de Sant Juame | Back in the Roman period this square was (and still is) where important government buildings were found. On one side there is the Palace of the Generalitat (the government of the Autonomous Community of Catalunya) and on the other stands the City Hall. | Churros y Chocolat

3: Tapas y Flamenco

4: Cathedral de Barcelona | In the center of the Barri Gtic (Gothic district), the heart of Barcelona, is the city's gothic cathedral, known as La Seu. The first stone of the current church was laid in the 13th century | Placa de la Seu | The church was named after Barcelona's patron saint Eulalia; its official name - Catedral de la Santa Creu i Santa Eulalia - is Catalan for Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia.

8: La Boqueria | The Mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria, often simply referred to as La Boqueria, is a large public market in the Ciutat Vella district of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.

9: Las Ramblas | According to local legend, those who drinks from the Font de Canaletes will return to Barcelona.

10: Port Vell

11: Montjuic

12: Barri Gotic

13: RomanRoman | Roman Walls and Defense Towers

14: Monte Carlo, Monaco

15: Grand Prix

16: Palace Square

17: Nice, France

18: French | Ri v i era

19: Eze, France

20: Leaning Tower of Pisa

21: Piazza dei Miracoli

22: Firenze

23: Duamo | Florence, Italy

24: Florence

25: Florence

26: Ponte Vecchio | Arno River

27: Known locally as "Il Porcellino" (The little pig) his nose is shiny through centuries of being rubbed by visitors for good luck. | Wine Tasting

28: Catacombe di San Sebastiano These catacombs are four levels deep with more than six miles of corridors showing early paintings, graffiti, stucco work and mosaics. | Roman Forum The ancient Roman Forum is a huge complex of ruined temples, basilicas, and arches. It was the ceremonial, legal, social, and business center of ancient Rome | Rome

29: SS | A peek-a-boo view of St. Peter's dome through the keyhole on the gate to the headquarters of the Knights of Malta on Rome's Aventine Hill | Secret Keyhole of Rome

30: Originally known as the Flavian Amphitheater, it was the largest building of the era. It was completed in 80 AD. | The Colosseum

32: Capitoline Hill

33: Pantheon

34: Trevi Fountain

35: From the Lookout

36: Vatican City

38: Vatican Museum

39: St | St. Peter's Basilica | Pieta

40: St Peter's Square

41: Sistine Chapel

42: Pompeii | On August 24, 79 AD, the volcano Vesuvius erupted, buried the nearby town Pompeii in ash and soot, killing 20000 people, and preserving the city

44: National Archaeological Museum | Naples, Italy

46: Naples, Italy

47: Sail Away | Capri | Mt. Vesuvius | Amalfi Coast

48: Mykonos, Greece

50: Blue Mosque | Istanbul, Turkey

52: Hagia Sophia | The Church of the Holy Wisdom, known as Hagia Sophia is a former Byzantine church and former Ottoman mosque in Istanbul. Now a museum, Hagia Sophia is universally acknowledged as one of the great buildings of the world.

54: Topkapi Palace | Topkapi Palace in Sultanahmet was the hub of Ottoman power for three centuries

56: Underground Cistern

57: Grand Bazaar

58: Leaving | Istanbul

59: Arriving in Kusadasi, Turkey

60: During the 2nd century BC, Ephesus was the fourth largest city in the eastern Roman Empire, famous for its Artemesium, the Library of Celsus and its medical school. | Ephesus

62: House of the Virgin Mary

63: St. John's Basilica

64: Kusadasi, Turkey

65: Our Second Anniversary | 6-7-10

66: Acropolis of Athens

69: At Sea

70: Venezia

72: Dogana da Mar | The customs house that once controlled all boats entering the Grand Canal. It's topped by a statue of Fortune holding aloft a golden ball.

75: Walking around Venice

78: Venice at Night

79: Rialto Bridge

80: Doge's Palace and the Bridge of Sighs

81: View from the top of the | St. Mark's Square Bell Tower

82: St. Marks Square

83: St. Mark's Basilica

85: Gondola Ride

86: Murano, Italy

87: Lido, Italy

88: Tickets

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