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What is "bad luck", and how to deal with it!
June 2019. Attempt number 1. Hooray, at the UIA low-cost tariff you can get very inexpensive tickets to Rome, it’s good that we have visa-free travel and it’s so easy to travel, I took tickets and flew cheaply a year later!
 •  6 months ago
Actually, I wasn't going to Italy this time… Milan. Continuation
Start here >>> I'm coming back. The Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie is finally open. Only there is so little light in it that it is almost impossible to photograph, one might say, useless.
 •  4 months ago
In general, I was not going to Italy this time.
In general, I was not going to Italy this time. No, I, of course, considered the route through Italy ...But definitely not the standard set of cities: Milan, Rome, Venice… I dreamed of different European countries.
 •  4 months ago
Sicily. Part 4. Syracuse
Sicily. Part 1. Giardini Naxos >>> Sicily. Part 2. Catania >>> Sicily. Part 3. Taormina >>> We went to Syracuse (Italian name Syracuse) for the first time in May from Giardini Naxos, on Sunday by bus.
 •  1.5 year ago
Puglia and a bit of Rome. Part 14. Rome. The last half day, around the forums
To be continued. Start here >>> On the last day in Rome, there was no clear plan for traveling around the city, the bus to the airport was at 16.00, before that we decided to walk around nearby places, bribe food home, and then - how it goes.
 •  1.5 year ago
Puglia, plus a bit of Rome. Part 14. Rome. Quirinal
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To be continued. Start here >>> After a short rest at the hotel, we set off towards the Quirinal Hill. From the Esquiline obelisk near Santa Maria Maggiore, the long, narrow Via Agostina Depretis begins, after crossing Via Nazionale, then passing into the Street of the Four Fountains.
 •  1.5 year ago
Puglia and a bit of Rome. Part 13. Rome. Basilicas of the Lateran
To be continued. Start here >>> We still had a day and a half left in Rome before our departure. On this day, we first decided, as Khobotov from the Pokrovsky Gates said, “Watch the frescoes of the Novodevichy Convent”, that is, the basilica of the Lateran Hill, especially since it is very close to ...
 •  1.5 year ago
Puglia and a bit of Rome. Part 12. Rome. Aventine and Appian Way
To be continued. Start here >>> On this day, there was no clear plan for traveling around the city, we decided to walk around familiar places, and then - how it goes. The day turned out to be sunny, we walk along the covered galleries of the palaces encircling Vittorio Emanuel Square.
 •  1.5 year ago
Puglia, plus a bit of Rome. Part 11. Sunday walk in Rome (end)
To be continued. Start here >>> So, we decided to look at the paintings of Caravaggio. From Piazza Navona, through a small alley, we exit to Corso Rinascimente, this is also one of the streets laid out during the years of Mussolini.
 •  1.5 year ago
Puglia and a bit of Rome. Part 10. Rome. Sunday walks (continued)
To be continued. Start here >>> We continued our Sunday walk around the city. Somehow it is still impossible to write about Rome briefly. After the bridge of the Holy Angel, from the embankment begins the Roman district, named after the bridge - Ponte (Ponte), it is cut through by a wide road Corso...
 •  1.5 year ago
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