- Danielle on 9 PLACES IN ROME TO CELEBRATE VALENTINE’S DAY (and to celebrate your love all year round).
- Al Williams on EATING IN ROME: 5 RESTAURANTS OFF THE BEATEN PATH.
- Manuela Maier on The beach of La Feniglia, north of Rome, in the Maremma region.
- David on THE MYSTERY OF THE GANGSTER ENTOMBED IN THE ROMAN BASILICA OF SANT’APOLLINARE.
- Insights about the Roman and Italian way of eating | Rome City Apartments on EATING IN ROME: 5 RESTAURANTS OFF THE BEATEN PATH.
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Monthly Archives: February 2012
Traveling to Rome with Kids is very exciting. There are lots of things that are specifically for children as we have already seen in this blog. But most of the wonders that you can visit in Rome are considered to … Continue reading
A recent internal Vatican memo for the attention of Pope Benedict , written in German, and leaked to an Italian newspaper, reports some controversial assertions allegedly made by the Cardinale of Palermo, the capital city of Sicily, Mons. Paolo Romeo, … Continue reading
Rome is the perfect city to celebrate your love on Valentine’s day. And it is also a romantic city where you can celebrate your love all year round and you could also choose it to pop the big question to … Continue reading
Today Rome is one of the safest big capitals in the world. But it has not always been like this. There was a time, back in the 70ies till the end of the 80ies last century, when Rome was … Continue reading
About nine years ago my then fifty-five year old sister Anne, who’s fourteen years older than me, decided to visit me in Rome, where I had been living for almost ten years. My brother’s wife, Susan, who’s roughly from … Continue reading