Eat Pray Love – ROME

Castel Sant' Angelo, Roma.

Castel Sant’ Angelo, Roma. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I love the movie and the saying ” Dolce far niente” The sweetness of doing nothing.  Read this BLOG about one persons experience in Roma. They said Rome was “healing”! Italians really do better than we Americans do on how to live in the moment. How to appreciate your life and what you have. How to be thankful for what you have. Remember this when you are with your family and friends. Thank the family and friends in your life. Sit back and enjoy your life. DO NOT THINK ONCE ABOUT WORK. Be into Dolce Far Niente!

Life is meant to be enjoyed. Enjoy the small things as well as the large things. Enjoy the beauty around you, the food you eat, the wine you drink, the people you meet and everything you experience. When you travel to Italy remember this. Practice it not only in large cities like Rome but each little city you visit. These will be the memories you will never forget. Enjoy & be romantic …



Categories: Eating, Eating Italian, Europe, Food, Italy, Mountain Towns, Romance, Rome, Small Towns, Wine | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , | 5 Comments

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5 thoughts on “Eat Pray Love – ROME

  1. you are absolutely right George. My husband and I have been more times than we have fingers, in fact here is where we met – by chance – . We love this city, we love the life there and its people and of course……the food 🙂 🙂 Ciao, Carina

  2. Yes George they do. They find the “bella” in everything. One of the many charms of visiting Italy

  3. bestmom2014

    I love these pictures.

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