My group’s topic is about a family with 4 they go to Rome to have a trip. My part is geographical description of Rome and what is type of accommodation are available in this area. The first time about our group’s meeting is at library, we help Xiao to find the price of flight ticket and train ticket and compare these two ways to go to Rome which is more economic for a family. The second time we meet at café, my group mate help me to find the information about the accommodation where are available in Rome. The third time we meet at library also, to gather our note together to check the information is enough or not. Then we go back home to make the PowerPoint. The fourth time, we meet at computer room to look our PowerPoint and revise it. This is the report of our meeting during the preparation of presentation. Rome is the capital city of Italy and the country's largest and most populated city. The population of Rome is over 2.7 million. Rome is the Eternal City. With an almost uninterrupted history as an important centre of power for more than two millennia, Rome is as close to eternal as it gets. Rome is located in central-western portion of the Italian Peninsula, on the Tiber River within the Lazio region of Italy, a peninsula that sticks out into the Mediterranean Sea. The picture above is of Italy. It is easy to spot on the map because it looks just like a boot. The Eternal City is one of Europe’s most ancient urban centers, dating back almost 3,000 years. Rome’s early inhabitants left behind a trove of architectural masterpieces, including the massive Colosseum. The Italian capital also boasts an unparalleled concentration of world-class art, from Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel to the baroque Trevi Fountain, and teems with restaurants, trattorie, osterie, pizzerie, enoteche, cafés, bars, and gelaterie. It is home to the animated, good-humored Romans, who live to eat, drink wine (and espresso), and hold forth on everything from politics...
Please join StudyMode to read the full document