A Tour of the Vatican Museums – Part 2

We were about to enter the first wing of the Vatican Museums, called the “Museo Chiaramonti.” I wasn’t prepared for the beautiful sites inside the museum that would greet me that day. The Vatican Museums house some of the world’s most priceless treasures, 70,000 sculptures and paintings in all, spanning more than 3,000 years of

Read More

The Trionfale Market in Rome

It was the first day of our trip to Italy. I knew we were going to need a good breakfast to keep us going through the day on our tour of the Vatican. We were staying in an apartment in a 19th century building conveniently located near the Vatican Museums. It was also just across

Read More

Discovering Italy

A Travel Guide to Rome and Southern Italy Over the next few weeks I’ll be doing a series of posts called Discovering Italy, where I’ll be exploring the city of Rome and the regions of Campania, Basilicata and Puglia in Southern Italy. I’ll be sharing with you everything I learned about the food, history and

Read More
1 2