The hotel room my daughter and I stayed
in last month in Rome came with
a lovely surprise—a pretty terrace with
green plants and stucco walls and
[Linking back to Blue Monday at
Magical Mystery Teacher.]
Monday, March 27, 2017
Sunday, March 26, 2017
I think that a lot of the people who
visit the Pantheon in Rome
don't realize that it's also a church.
Many of them are mainly there
to look up and see this
(which is incredible, I admit).
[To see more churches from
around the world, go here.]
Saturday, March 25, 2017
Friday, March 24, 2017
A store in the Campo dei Fiori,
in Rome, where my daughter Katie
bought lots of yummy dried
sausage to bring home. I managed
to resist, but it was not easy.
[To see more Weekend Reflections,
visit James's meme.]
Thursday, March 23, 2017
Here's something that's pretty ancient.
Construction was begun under
the emperor Vespasian in AD 72 and
completed eight years later
(under Titus). So, 1,937 years old.
I'd have to say it qualifies.
[To see more of the Thursday Photo
Challenge, visit Dale's meme.]
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Or at least for anything you could ever possibly
need for yours. This is one small cubby
at the Paris emporium E. Dehillerin, where cooks
from near and far come to stock
up on the essentials.
[To see more ABC posts, go here.]
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
This is a variety of blood orange that's
native to Italy—and they were
for sale at the market in the Campo dei Fiori,
where I also took yesterday's photo.
My daughter and I were there at 8 a.m.—and even
knowing that we had to fit whatever we
purchased in our already full bags and leave for the
airport by noon, we still bought too much stuff.
Just too hard to resist.
[Linking back to Ruby Tuesday and
Our World Tuesday.]