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For your Italian holiday I recommend you to read:
The Ides of March
Michelangelo and the Pope's Ceiling
The Sistine Secrets: Michelangelo's Forbidden Messages in the Heart of the Vatican
Buongiorno! My name is Emiliano and I am a local tour guide born and raised in Rome. I look Italian and I wear sunglasses, so you cannot miss me! Regardless of my 100% "Romanismo" (I have Gladiator blood in my veins) I lived in England and California for a few years and I have been working hard on trying to find the right mix between my Roman and various English accents while giving tours.
Besides my passion for Ancient History and Renaissance Art, my main fervor regards Ancient Roman and Greek Mythology as well as the Etymology of languages (where modern words we use today come from) due to my keen knowledge of Latin texts. I look forward to welcoming you here to Italy and guiding you and your family through eternity.
Being a tourguide is...
...the most satisfying job I could have ever hoped for. The way i like to conduct my tours is to never burden you with too many dates or names. I am aware that you will be visiting Italy on vacation, so I don’t want to lecture you; rather, I’ll entertain you as a friend, concentrating upon legends, popular beliefs, curiosities, mysteries and the little-known secrets the Eternal City has to offer.
My favorite Italian Gestures
What do you want? / Ma cosa vuoi?
This is definitely the gesture I like the most! Sometimes I use it without even realising it. My friends abroad portray Italian stereotypes with this gesture and that makes me proud of being italian. The fingertips are brought together upright and the hand is waved in a swinging movement up and down. It is generally used to ask "what the hell are you saying?" or "what the heck do you want?", but it can really be used during any animated conversation. Italians often use it even when they're on the phone or talking to themselves. Try it once and I promise you will not live without using it anymore.
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Pizza in rome: Choosing “Alta” (Deep Pan) or “Bassa” (Thin Crust)?
December 05, 2016 14:35
Visit Pope Julius II’s private apartments, frescoed by Raphael and enjoy masterpieces including Raphael’s most famous work, The School of Athens. You’ll then descend into the lower level apartments last used by the infamous Pope Alexander VI of the notorious Borgia family. Finally, you’ll enjoy modern art including pieces by Van Gogh, Rodin, Dali and many more.