Our first time in Rome we rented what was essentially a room in a three-bedroom apartment billed as a bed and breakfast. The room was a hot mess at best, and breakfast was non-existent. For …Read More →
Posts in the Category: Italy
Campo de’ Fiori is certainly not the only market in Rome. In fact, they can be found in nearly every district of the city, often acting as social centers for the neighborhoods. However, it was the ideal …Read More →
There are over 666 porticos in Bologna. Actually I should clarify, there are 666 porticos on the walk going to the Basilica of San Luca and over 40 kilometers of porticos throughout the city.
That is …Read More →
Greek writers discussed the virtues of Tuscan Wine in literary references dating back to the 3rd century BC. Word has it that the Etruscans started viticulture in Tuscany during the 8th century BC with exports …Read More →
onsistently in the Top 5 most in demand tourist spots in the world, Italy gets more than 40 million visitors a year. Legacy cities, like Rome, Venice and Florence, get most of the action, leaving …Read More →
Instead we decided to visit St. Peter’s and when we arrived we were equally shocked at the length of the line. It …Read More →
One day in the not so near future you will be able to bicycle from Florence to Rome on a path through the Val di Chiana.
We got a taste of that 400 km journey on …Read More →