Tag Archives: Palatine Hill

I Found My Thrill on Palatine Hill

Been busy re-writing my first published book, making an illustrated novel out it. Reliving the moments from which the story line is based has been a lot of fun, that being a thirty-day trip to England and Europe made almost … Continue reading

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Happy Mardi Gras in Advance

“Why bother? You’ll never win.” That’s what I keep saying to myself after buying lottery tickets, entering sweepstakes for money, giveaways for sports and fan paraphernalia, seeking literary and photography awards, prizes from other cockamamie contests found on the Internet … Continue reading

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Et Tu, Michelino? A Fitting Tribute for the Ides of March

My new friend in Rome had offered to take me to a restaurant called “Luigi’s,” built into the ancient remains of the Theatre of Pompey. Anabel was the bilingual guide on a tour of Palatine Hill in which I was … Continue reading

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