Category Archives: Rome/Italy
My dentist and his assistant are always so nice and attentive that they make me feel special. So after my appointment the other morning, I walked back home and took a few fotos to celebrate the day. Many streets are … Continue reading
Sometimes you just don’t know where to look.
In 1820 at the age of 25, the poet John Keats left for Rome. He had tuberculosis and his doctors hoped that the Italian sun would provide a cure. But Keats, in love with Fanny Brawne, kept postponing the trip. … Continue reading
Book buying binges generally occur at the Feltrinelli’s bordering Piazza della Repubblica. And when we pass the statues of Quattro Fontane, I sigh. These stone tableaux, one for each corner of the intersection of via dell Quattro Fontane and via … Continue reading