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5.26.2016

Where to Eat in Positano {2016 update}

Where to Eat in Positano {2016 update}


Where to Eat in Positano {2016 update}

Even though I live in Rome the most popular post here on my blog is about where to eat in Positano. So I thought I would update it and tell you about a few more places that we tried on our quick visit a few weekends ago.

5.16.2016

Triumphs and Laments {Museums in Rome}

Triumphs & Laments I William Kentridge

Triumphs & Laments I William Kentridge

I have been a fan of South African artist William Kentridge for a long time.  His complicated works, so full of movement are both whimsical and provocative. Luckily for me Kentridge has a close relationship with Rome. His most recent project, which has been getting a lot  of attention is an astonishing 550 meter long frieze that unfolds along the flood blanks of the Tevere river called Triumphs and Laments.

5.09.2016

Picnics in Capri {Ristorante Michel'Angelo}

Picnics in Capri I Ristorante Michel'Angelo

Picnics in Capri I Ristorante Michel'Angelo

After a very mild winter and a surprisingly chilly spring it is time to think about summer. Our plans are slowly taking shape that are sure to include trips to my favorite islands and plenty of Italian beach lounging. In Capri my pal Holly has figured out a way to combine two of my favorite activities, lounging and eating.

5.02.2016

Roberto e Loretta {Eating in Rome}

Eating in Rome I Roberto e Loretta

Eating in Rome I Roberto e Loretta

There are a lot of new and exciting things happening in the food scene in Rome. Fancy sushi hot spots opening on rooftops and all day fine dining near the Pantheon are places I will eventually try. Once the buzz has subsided a bit. I am much more likely to stick to tradition when I go out in Rome, preferring an old school Roman spot with carbonara and scottaditto on the menu.

The other day I joined a gaggle of blogger pals for a spring afternoon of artichokes, pasta and wine. Once again Elyssa was the organizer and she led us to one of her favorites, Roberto e Loretta located a short walk from the Basilica San Giovanni e Laterano.