A few months ago, I realized that I had never written an article about where to eat in Rome here on the blog. It is also true that, in the last year, between dinners with friends, some dinners with colleagues and the impartial advice of my colleague Chiara (La Gastromaniaca) I have been able to…Continue Reading
I have already said several times, on my return from the trip to the USA, that Philadelphia is the city that least affected me among the three I visited. But the fact remains that it is one of the American cities that best tell the story of the revolution and the birth of the United…Continue Reading
I have to admit it: I have always known Philadelphia as the town on the background of the Rocky films, even though I always thought that the city was absolutely not just “the set of a film”. If I had to describe the city with a short sentence, I would say that “Philadelphia looks like…Continue Reading
Boston was the first and last city I visited during my trip to the United States (August 2019). After the post with all the useful information, today TOday I want to talk to you about the journey to discover the islands of its bay, “populated” by numerous islands and islets. I then started studying what…Continue Reading
Living in Rome allows me always to find something to do and someplace to visit (not ever far from the city). In July, one Sunday morning, I decided to take a tour of the Cistercian abbey of Casamari and Isola del Liri (a small village famous for the waterfall that “cuts in half” the town).