Monthly Archives: June 2007


Cappuchin Crypt

When I first visited Italy in 2001, I’d read a bit about the Capuchin Crypt in Rome and knew I had to see it. The Crypt is a tiny space underneath the Santa Maria della Immacolata Concezione church in which the bones of more than 4,000 Cappuchin monks have been […]

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North & South Growing Further Apart in Italy

Most tourists who visit Italy stay in the northern half of the country – they visit Rome, Florence, Milan, Venice and maybe places like the Cinque Terre and Siena. But most people don’t venture to the country’s southern half. You might be surprised to learn that the North-South divide is […]


Another Close Encounter of the Ferrari Kind

Some of you may remember a post I wrote about the husband’s and my last trip to Italy, where we stopped outside Bologna to see a Ferrari Formula 1 car on the legendary car maker’s own test track. (That’s the outline of the track to the right – no, it’s […]


Online [Free Watch] Full Movie Ferdinand (2017)

Ferdinand (2017) Release : 2017-12-14 Country : United States of America Language : English Runtime : 0 Genre : Animation,Comedy,Family Synopsis Watch Ferdinand Full Movie Online Free. Movie ‘Ferdinand’ was released in 2017-12-14 in genre Animation,Comedy,Family. Ferdinand, a little bull, prefers sitting quietly under a cork tree just smelling the […]

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Venice’s Decorum Police Monitor St. Mark’s Square

If you’ve ever been to Venice, you’ve spent time in the Piazza San Marco – that big and lovely square in front of St. Mark’s Basilica (Basilica San Marco in Italian). It’s Venice’s central square, even though it might not be centrally located. It’s a beautiful square, and a place […]