The sound of the Italian language greeting you at the Fiumicino Airport in Roma, the smell of authentic espresso brewing and pulling you in; there's nothing like it. If you're planning a trip to Italy, you must fly directly to Roma. Rome is the main connection to history. While you're there, visit "il Coloseo" (the Colosseum), Piazza Venezia, Piazza Spagna, Campo Dei Fiori, The Vatican, etc. The food is absolutely delicious. While you're there, try some trippa alla romana (if you like tripe) or if not, pasta all'arrabiata. These dishes are delicacies to the region. I must warn you, beware of where you eat. Make sure it's an authentic italian restaurant. Not all restaurants in Rome are good. If you're looking for expensive, luxurious, but delicious, then I'd suggest "Harry's Bar." If you're looking for affordable, I'd suggest "L'Asino D'Oro" and "Il Pagliaccio." If you want to spend the night, I'd recommend "The Grand Hotel Gianicolo." It has the most gorgeous view of Rome. Rome opens up the opportunity to travel anywhere. Hop on a bus, go to the main train station, "Termini," and go wherever your heart desires; Venezia, Firenze, Toscana, Le Marche, Calabria, Sicilia, Etc. Wherever in Italy, there's history. To be continued. Tomorrow, I will give the must visits to another city I may have or not mentioned.
My name is Vittoria Anania. I am 28 years old and have intense need to convey myself through writing both physically and emotionally. I graduated from Nova Southeastern University in May 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications Mass Media. I was minoring in writing and had one more credit to finish it up, but the class was canceled my last semester. It was an intense disappointment, but I haven't allowed it to affect my life or my goals in any way. Therefore, I have chosen to blog and who knows, maybe I will be recognized! I am a certified TEFL teacher. I am a wife and proud mommy to a gorgeous baby girl, Giulietta and baby boy, Giovanni. That doesn't mean I gave up on my dreams, they're just beginning!