Rome, a city filled with historic beauty, is facing a problem. The city’s beauty is being overtaken by the trash problem that is filling the streets. How does this problem affect the city and what do the Romans think about it?
An examination into the differences between American and Italian drinking cultures.
In 2015 a retired American couple decided that Florida was not the place they wanted to live the rest of their lives. “We gave the kids what they wanted. Sold everything. Everything. Got on a plane with four suitcases having never been to Italy.”
People from all over the world know the Amalfi Coast to be a hot tourist destination, but many are unaware of its unique history.
In one of the oldest cities in Europe it is fair to expect a certain level of deterioration. Buildings with cracked exteriors. Haphazardly paved cobblestone streets. Even illegible street signs. While Rome has no shortage of any of these things,… Read More »Where Do I Sit: An Italian Missing Toilet Mystery
“Are you ready for the magic?” An Italian pasta chef smiled as 23 sets of eager eyes watch her dangle fresh cuts of pasta dough from her large knife. Maria Nigro is a pasta making instructor with Eat and… Read More »Knead, Roll, Love: The Art of Creating Pasta from Scratch
On a hot summer day in Rome, there is nothing more refreshing than Gelato. But with so many choices, can you go wrong?
Capricciosa pizza from Pepy’s Bar, topped with tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, prosciutto, mushrooms, artichoke and arugala. Pizza: a classic craving when a student from the American Northeast heads home for a school break. Although states such as New York, New… Read More »New York Pizza May be Famous, but It Isn’t Italian
Want an authentic Roman Italian restaurant experience? This restaurant is the place for you.
If you are thinking of visiting the Vatican, be prepared for a bit of unruly tourists. If you want a more serene experience, take a look into La Moschea, the Mosque of Rome.