Category: Italy

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Borghese Gardens in Rome

Off the Beaten Path Rome – Borghese Gardens and Museum This was the first Rome visit for the kids but the third for me and I was dying to visit something new.  I love...

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Ferrari Museum – Take the kids! Tips!

A dream trip need to have something for everyone so our last Italian adventure found us at the Ferrari museum in Modena, Italy. Hubby and son both are car lovers.  For those of us...

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Michelangelo’s Pieta – The only piece he signed

Michelangelo’s Pieta *may contain affiliate links* A visit to Vatican City means the opportunity to see some wonderful art! You’ll see tapestries, paintings and sculptures. Many are excited to see Michelangelo’s work on the...

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Christmas in Italy – Teach the KIDS

Merry Christmas in Italian is Buon Natale! You don’t have to be headed to Italy for Christmas to have a few magical Christmas daydreams about Buon Natale!  But, if you are thinking about a...

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Visit Rome’s Colosseum with KIDS

Visit Rome’s Colosseum with KIDS The Colosseum is a building marvel and fascinating place for kids of all ages. Built with the newly invented concrete between 70 and 80 AD it is the largest...

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St. Peter’s bones: Are they real?

Are St. Peter’s bones really in the St. Peter’s Basilica? No trip to Rome would be complete without a visit to St. Peter’s Basilica. It is truly a remarkable place AND named for St....