Dine As The Romans Do
Our writer in Rome shares her seven go-to-places for the best of Roman cuisine, old and new – for example, cacio e pepe pizza. These are the places she dines at with her Roman friends and she recommends what to eat where. There’s the rigatoni alla pajata (calves intestines) at Santo Palata and the shredded beef and stewed chicory sandwich at Mordi e Vai. She also reveals what she believes to be the very best city in Rome. Take this article with you to the Eternal City!
Unique New Stays in Venice
Oh boy are there some great new places to stay in Venice. You will fall in love with Casa Burano which gives you the very experience of spending the night on this pastel-and-lace island and living like a local with a room in this “diffuse hotel” – spread throughout homes on the island. Discover the new modern Hotel Heureka in Cannaregio and two new boutique “aparthotel” in the Castello and San Polo neighborhoods.
Italian Judaism Museum
A prison in Ferrara that once held Jews during World War II has been converted to Italy’s first museum dedicated to Jewish history. It’s well worth a visit when you’re in Emilia-Romagna.
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