Tiber, or Tevere, or flavus(the blond, because the yellowish tones) is a good Continue reading
A nice itinerary to shoot&shop would guide you from Termini to Colosseo(subway) then afoot on via dei Fori Imperiali(ruins, tourists, some gladiators, street artists and small trade) towards Il Vittoriano and Piazza Venezia. You might want to climb the stairs of the giant monument dedicated to king Vittorio Emanuele II Continue reading
You may go to Piazza Navona for its famous fountains, to visit the church of Saint Agnese(Sant’Agnese in Agone), for the story of the rivalry between Bernini and Borromini the artists who put their mark here. Also for the Palazzo Pamphili with its frescoes or Palazzo Braschi where Museo di Roma is. Btw there’s an photographic exhibit on the subject of Nino Manfredi, until 6 January 2015, Nino! the one who Romans love.
You may go Continue reading
…and I don’t say “like a Roman” because I live in the house of a Napolitan lady who although lives in Rome for more than twenty years cooks like in Campagna most of the time. Napolitan cuisine is more rich, amalgamated and intertwined,as is their strange wonderful city and region. A mixture of Italian, French, Spanish, Greek, Arab and you name it. Proud locvacious hardy people of south, very different of the solemnly depressed Romans, always ready for patronising. Not exaggerating very much, you know.
Oh yes, about the lunch. Continue reading
Via dei Condotti is where posh shops are Continue reading
At Della Palma they claim to have 150 flavors of ice cream; and they do!! The place is large, not like Continue reading
Marella, Alviero Martini,Marc Jacobs, Continue reading
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laura in rome eats for lunch pasta, salad or cooked vegetables with meat, or fish or mozarella; as a rule, you can only have meat for one dish; olive oil Continue reading