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Adventures in Italy...Post 20: "Angels And Demons" ~ The Blog Post!


You’ve read the book.

You’ve seen the movie.

And now… you lucky people get to read:

“Angels And Demons: The Blog Post.”

I am of course referring to the book “Angels And Demons,” written by Dan Brown. 620 more words


Via Roma!

Breezing through Rome.

Ancient Romans were Egyptophiles, and they frequently brought pieces of Egypt back to the capital. This obelisk, in the Piazza dell Popolo, dates back to Moses’ time. 65 more words


The Fountains of Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona is a beautiful square in Rome, Italy and it’s famous for its architecture, restaurants, and fountains.  Every day you can find tourist eating at the many restaurants in the square and also taking pictures in front of the famous three fountains.   633 more words


My Visit to Castel Sant' Angelo - Roma

I have visited Rome several times however this was my first visit to Castel Sant’ Angelo.

It was never on my list of things to do while in Italy but on this particular afternoon it seemed like the thing to do. 286 more words


St. Peter's

In the fall of 2010, about six weeks after my first trip to Lebanon and Syria, Steve arranged for two of us to take a vacation, a rare event in our life together to that point. 631 more words

A Roman Holiday (part 2)

I know, finally….but here goes!! (Part 1 can be viewed here)

Sunday, 29 June 2014

I woke up in our darkened room with butterflies in my stomach, so excited I could barely contain myself. 1,276 more words