Exploring Rome: A List of My Favorite, Must-Do-Again Memories

A shadow shawls the playground of ruins like a protective parent. Everything is pallid, dark—except for a temple. The Temple of Antoninus and Faustina, which sits in Forum Romanum, was built back in 141 A.D. and later converted into a Roman Catholic church in the seventh century. It’s basking in a rusty, age-old golden sunlight…

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Tiny Hoops, With A Delicate Twist

I’m not sure about you, but when I’m bundled up in a mille-feuille of undershirt, sweater and furry coat, I’m not too inclined to sport bulky earrings. There’s always that looming threat of something snagging. (Have you ever had your earlobe accidentally stretch like a rubber band while trying to take your chunky-threaded cardigan off?…

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