Rome is LOVE, at least I think so.
That kind of love that will always exist despite all the flaws.
Rome is made of a million little details that will make your heart swell, everyday…
People that always say hello, with a look or a smile.
The shouted Roman dialect sentences that will make you laugh even if you don’t understand the meaning.
And the relaxed life where everything proceeds at a slow pace…
The scent of Eternity that reigns when a door of an historic building is open, and the Poetry of the old marble staircases with steps worn by the footsteps.
Rome is an uninterrupted feast for the senses.
A mystery of Eternal beauty that you have to discover slowly, without any map, without any tourist guide…
FOCUS ON QUARTIERE COPPEDE’
Quartiere Coppedé is an unexpected and bizarre area in Rome.
The fantastical mix of Ancient Greek, Roman Barroque, Manieristic, Medieval, and, overall, Art Nouveau mishmash is a whimsical way to leave the beaten path of Rome sightseeing.
The Quartiere Coppedè encompasses an eclectic group of buildings designed by architect Gino Coppedè and constructed at the beginning of the 20th century to house the burgeoning middle class in this already white collar quarter of the city.
With me, as the perfect travel companion, I had the Manfrotto Manhattan Mover 30 backpack.
This cool backpack is designed to accommodate the needs of the on-the-go photographer or multimedia creator.
Inside the main compartment is a removable equipment insert with six padded, adjustable dividers that can hold a camera along with three to four lenses.