The Archbasilica of St. John Lateran is a sprawling complex open to the city. This may have been one of […]
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Archbasilica of St. John Lateran Part Uno
How do you decide what to see in a city like Rome? You could easily spend a lifetime I think […]
To Market, To Market
As every celiac knows, many gluten free treats could also double as cardboard or hockey pucks. Not these! This woman knows how to cook! What the lovely lady is wrapping up for me is basically a ‘bear claw’ type pastry. It was delicious!
Can you identify this mystery delegation at the Vatican?
Gluten Free in Rome
Over the years, I have heard bits and pieces from various sources the legendary food in Italy. Specifically, the legendary […]
The Jacobites in St. Peter’s
Finding the Stuarts in St. Peter’s Basilica after my trip to Scotland to experience their historic vote was like finding […]
7 Things to Know When Visiting St. Peter’s Basilica
Practical Information for St. Peter’s Basilica: Photography: Let’s begin with what is near and dear to my heart. Photography is […]
St. Peter’s Basilica
To aptly describe St. Peter’s Basilica might be to achieve the impossible. I entered St. Peter’s Basilica as a skeptic […]
The Square That is Really a Circle
St. Peter’s *Square* is really a circle of colonnades designed by Bernini in the 1600’s. It is only a square in the […]
All the Single Ladies!
Calling all the single ladies! If you are single and would prefer to not be, get thyself to Rome. There’s something […]