Take one part American philanthropist and one part Italian archaeology and what do you get? A new museum on the horizon for the crumbling, ancient world of Herculaneum, otherwise known as Ercolano. This resort site, just outside Pompei, survived in a much better state than […]
Long after the summer tourists have left Sorrento and peace returns to my adopted hometown, romantic visions are born anew in the city’s historic past, such as the legend of Bagni della Regina Giovanna. It’s said to be the ancient swimming hole of Queen Joanna […]
Stunning view of the mesmerizing and deadly volcano Vesuvius in Naples, Italy.
They entered this world likely together and departed after just a few short months on this earth and their short lives are making an impact some 1,500 years after their death. They are the babies of the Apolline Project on the dark side of Vesuvius. […]
I had such high hopes for my trek to Casertavecchia. Its history drew me to the top of what seemed like forever. I was sure that my long drive into the hills above Naples would be rewarded with a medieval adventure with this off the […]