Rome or Roma in Italian is a wonderful city to walk around. There is good and safe public transportation but if you enjoy walking, you can walk everywhere in Rome. The food and wine are first class. Of course you can find great pastas and pizzas but Rome has so much more to offer including great fish.
This is my second VLOG on Rome and brings the familiar places and some not so familiar. I hope you enjoy this video and get to experience Roma!
Come walk with us around this amazing capital city. Watch my YouTube video below and discover Rome and these sites:
- Spanish Steps
- Trevi Fountain,
- Temple of Hadrian
- Campo dei Fiori,
- Old Rome,
- Mouth of Truth (Bocca della Verita),
- Aristo Campo Trattoria in Trastevere,
- Saint Peter’s Basilica,
- Vatican City Museum & Sistine Chapel,
- Arch of Constantine,
- Pizzaria San Marco,
- Villa Borghese and the Museum,
- Trolley ride in Rome.
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Castel Sant’ Angelo, Roma. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
I love the move 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 no better than we Americans 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 next week on Thanksgiving Day. 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!
George & Jo Anne
- Dolce Far Niente (travelblogitaly.wordpress.com)
- Rome (mrdlp.wordpress.com)
- 12 Photos of Rome at Night in Black & White (planetbell.me)
- Loving Rome (albertaweinberg.wordpress.com)
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Tags: Ethnicity, Food, Italian, Italian cuisine, Italian people, Italy, No Tour Touring, Roma, Romance, Rome, Spanish Steps, Travel, Trevi Fountain, Wine
English: Picture of an authentic Neapolitan Pizza Margherita taken by Valerio Capello on September 6th 2005 in a pizzeria (“I Decumani”) located on the Via dei Tribunali in Naples. Italiano: Fotografia di un’autentica pizza Margherita napoletana scattata da Valerio Capello il 6 settembre 2005 nella pizzeria “I Decumani” situata in Via dei Tribunali a Napoli. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Pizza can be very different in different parts of Italy. In the north (Milano) it is thin crust with imaginative toppings and very good. In Roma it is thin cracker crust pizza that I don’t care for. In the south it’s Neapolitan (from Naples) pizza which is what most pizza in America is fashioned after. Here they do thin crust, margarita style pizza with buffalo mozzarella. YUM! Where ever you get it, the Italians use only fresh ingredients that smell fantastic and taste molto buono. Don’t forget a glass of great Italian Vino with your favorite pie!
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