Because when in Rome, you might just need a good book.
After a week spent away from Rome visiting secondhand and vintage shops in Brussels, Belgium, Amber is again reminded about how chill – and easy to budget – dressing can be.
Can the myriad travel apps available at our fingertips always compensate for what we might lose? Amber answers, "No," and gives us all something to think about I stand at a pay phone and drop in a couple coins. I'm calling a hostel on the…
Rome's influence on literature has been perennial. From the time of Ovid and Virgil to the Anglo-Saxon influx of writers such as Charles Dickens, Henry James, Nathaniel Hawthorne and young John Keats, all the way up to the more recent time of Alberto Moravia and Carlo Emilio Gadda, Rome has captured the imagination and thoughts of many great writers.