Thursday, February 15, 2007

I'm Cheating on You

I have to take the day off from the ol' blog. Actually, I have a confession to make: I've been cheating on you with and their travel blog. They asked me to do a series of freelance articles on Rome and I have to get moving on my next one: Rome for Families/Children (by the way, do you have any ideas or must-see, must-do for kids and families?)

Meanwhile, take a look at my 3-day suggested itinerary for Rome. I've thrown in some tips, restaurants and sights there that I haven't mentioned here on the blog, and Viator has added in some of their tours and extras as well.

A domani!


Isabelle said...

Wow, it's great, I love your article, what a challenge to resume it like that ! Brava !!

Moon Martini said...

You Hussy! (joking)
It is good to see your writing talents are being discovered.

Martin said...

Very nice article.

I don't think 3 days is enough to do Rome justice ... I know it would be hard to figure out what to see and what to skip on a 3 days visit. There are just so many places to go. When we visited Rome a couple years ago (and we stayed in Trestevare!) for little over a week, some days were just filled touring the major basilicas, walking in to see many of the other churches, touring museums (the Borghese gallery was great!) Pope John Paul II was very ill at the time, so there wasn't a Wednesday papal audience. We even went to Mass at St Peter's. Our children loved to whole trip.

FinnyKnits said...

No secrets here - I'm a big fan whether your posts are on the blog or elsewhere. Nice article!

There are children in Rome?

Kelli said...

No kidding? Shell! That is so exciting!!

Carole D. said...

I'm one of your biggest fan and will follow your writings wherever you post them. Great article and auguri for many more.

Where would be the closest departure point from your appartamenti?

Ci vediamo a maggio.