My blogger buddy, Rick Zullo of RickZullo.com recently asked to interview me for his podcast on Italy (The Fatal Charm Of Italy Podcast With Rick Zullo). Imagine my excitement – my very first podcast interview ever! And best [Read More]
Bologna is very much a shopping city. A multitude of shops and boutiques can be found mostly under the wonderful medieval arches for which the city is world-renowned. In fact, there are some 600 arches (3,796 meters [Read More]
Hundreds of bloggers gathered at The Grand Da Vinci Hotel in Cesenatico, Italy for the opening speech of TBD-Italy (Travel Bloggers Destination) last night. The hotel, a classic and oh-so-stylish venue was the perfect setting [Read More]
Although not a museum per se, Cimitero Acattolico should definitely constitute as one. This cemetery, located just metres away from the Pyramid of Cestius in Testaccio, Rome houses the highest concentration of the graves of [Read More]
Escape into the unknown at the Criminology Museum in Rome, Italy. Situated at number 29 Via del Gonfalone, this museum is what I call the epitome of ‘hidden Rome’, so to speak. The Criminology Museum [Read More]
The Keats Shelly House in Rome is the perfect locale for literature lovers and creatives. This tiny, quaint museum is situated right at the bottom of the Spanish Steps in the heart of the bustling [Read More]
Situated just a few minutes on foot from Garbatella metro, Centrale Montemartini brings together an interesting and unforgettable contrast of old and new. Definitely one of the more unusual museums in Rome, Montemartini offers a [Read More]
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