Roman Forum Gets More Interesting Each Year

The Curia is open now, the first time in many visits to this ancient place that it’s been accessible. This was the meeting place for the Roman Senate. It is now used for exhibitions with a current exhibit on the Emperor Nero. This unpopular emperor who “fiddled while Rome burned” killed himself while being pursued […]

Sightseeing in Rome

Our first day with the Cain family from Texas was one full of adventure and history. After their grueling flight from America on Delta Airlines, which consisted of one broken plane in Atlanta, then finally a 777 was found “in a hanger somewhere” which took more than six hours to be readied for flight, our […]

Welcome Back Elisabeth, Margaret greetings Christina

Three-time guest Margaret Reisinger and her daughter Elisabeth Anda and her daughter Christina enjoy the hamlet of Civita di Bagnoregio, Umbria, during their 12-day adventure in Italy led by our newest guide, Jeff Gabardi.

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Riding into Venice in Style

We enter with our group of eight this afternoon into the heart of Venice where we’re staying two nights at a lovely hotel in the San Marco district. It’s hot in Venice, so what better way to cool off than with a quick trip via water taxi?