Protestant Cemetery

Rome may be home to the Vatican, but not everyone who lives - or dies - there is Catholic. In fact, with the many English travelers coming through Rome on the Grand Tour, followed by the many writers and artists who moved to Rome over the years, a ... 

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March 2015

Delicious balsamic vinegars and cheese.


March 2015

at the lovely market!


March 2015

Eating famous supplies!!


March 2015


Yummy yummy!

December 2014

Eating, sightseeing and buying!

Our Guide

November 2014

Our guide

The Angel of Grief

November 2014

One tombstone in the Protestant cemetery by sculptor William Story and his wife.

Crochette-lookalike Suppli, Italian snack.

November 2014

It's a ball of risotto with tomato sauce and raw egg around a piece of mozzarella, coated in breadcrumbs and fried.

My boyfriend loves the cannoli

November 2014

Roberto in the market makes and sells the best cannoli!


November 2014

I never knew about this dessert before I did this tour and I had been in Italy for almost 2 weeks at that time! Shame on me :D

Interesting looking cabbage

November 2014

It's apparently called cavolo stellato or star cabbage.

Fruit market in the Testaccio market

November 2014

I saw an interesting vegetable there that I never knew existed!

Too cute to eat!

November 2014

Me about to and quot;sip and quot; the cream

Cup-shaped tiramisu

November 2014

Gigi is holding the tray of tiramisu for us to have each.

The best pizza

October 2014

Our pizza chef, Sissy and Ron Weisbrook

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