The oldest pharmacy in Europe: A treasure hunt

When photos are strictly off limits for a location in Rome, you know it’s a gem. When you can only get in with a private booking, you feel this bougie privilege of being a polished traveler: your in-the-know cultural awareness has opened secret doors to an off the path location. When I moved to Rome,Continue reading “The oldest pharmacy in Europe: A treasure hunt”

Buongiorno Roma sotto la pioggia!

Finding home in a place that is so culturally different from where you were born is not easy. Admittedly, this is a personal blog that showcases snippets of my day that are more magical than mundane – and I am fueling the desire to “Eat, Pray, Love” or find your ‘quintessential’ Italy in an “UnderContinue reading “Buongiorno Roma sotto la pioggia!”

Pre-lockdown promenades

Italy has been declared a “red zone” for the Christmas (Natale) and New Years (Capodanno) periods. This means you can only leave the house for “essential reasons”. I knew this was coming and, although not daunted at the prospect of spending the big holidays indoors, I did make the most of the days leading upContinue reading “Pre-lockdown promenades”