Thanks to the ingenuity of the Etruscans, Greeks, and later the Romans themselves, there are plenty of Ancient Ruins to explore in Italy. The best–in my not so humble opinion– is the town of Ostia Antica. Continue reading “The Best Ancient Ruins In Italy”
I lived in Rome for six months (January-May 2015), but it wasn’t until I started frequenting the park behind the Castel Sant’Angelo that Rome really felt like home. Continue reading “The Park Behind the Castel Sant’Angelo”
The best thing about being in a major city is that during the night if you get bored, or can’t sleep, you can just wander. I wouldn’t recommend strolling by yourself at 11pm, but going to find things when the city is quiet may be one of the best ways to experience it all; especially in Rome, there are just so many hidden gems to stumble upon. Continue reading “Follow the Lights.”
Rome is beautiful. I’m not entirely sure what I expected
Roman centurions everywhere, but I am blown away by how spectacular everything is. The city is an interesting take on both old and new. You turn a corner and BAM ruins, or a gelateria. Either way, you can experience it all without having to go too far.