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Rome burns while Nero plays the fiddle
“Rome burns while Nero plays the fiddle.” Ever heard that expression? It was a criticism of the Roman emperor Nero, who left on vacation while the nation was in turmoil. As the stock market continued it&rsquo...
Neo Classics: Total War Series
With it's latest installment Shogun 2, Total War is doling out the punches fast and hard. Developer The Creative Assembly is known within the real-time strategy genre for its large battles and vast scale, as...
The World of Olympic Sights (1): ROME
Many athletic complexes that were home to the Olympics in the past are still in use and on view for Olympic fans. One of the best preserved and most used facilities is the Foro Italico in Rome, host city of...
LA residents can travel in Italy on a budget
In Los Angeles, it's known that things are more expensive here than in other cities across the US but everything seems cheap here when in comparison to traveling in Italy. The Euro is nearly twice what the dollar...
Italy's National Unity Day
March 17th holds some recognized holidays honored around the world. While the Irish at home and abroad commemorate their beloved St. Patrick with parades and feasts, another country triumphantly celebrates a completely different occasion. Today marks the 150th anniversary of...
Paris and Rome including air from $999
Go-today.com is offering the opportunity to visit two of Europe’s most popular cities--Paris and Rome starting at $999. The Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain are but a few of the places...
Parkinson's Walk For Hope in Rome
Come and help raise awareness for Parkinson' and fund more research there are approximately 60,000 people living with Parkinson Disease in Georgia. There is no cure, but there is hope. Walk to Cure Parkinson's disease...
When Mexicans came to North America the first time: Part One
The Mayas returnRome, Georgia – March 28, 1999: Four unmarked, white Blue Bird buses with U. S. Government tags rolled along Broad Street through the heart of this historic steamboat city and crossed over the Etowah River Bridge. They...
Roamin' Rome
The Eternal City offers history lovers endless opportunities for historical exploration and discovery beyond the usual suspects - Trevi Fountain, Forum, Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona, Vatican and Pantheon. While all are unquestionably must-see sights, a visit to lesser-known yet...
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