Capitoline Museums – The ultimate Rome 6-day trip itinerary Day 1

Therefore Rome begins under her nourishment. You can say that Rome is the greatest outdoor museum; the city is full of magic. I have never been to a place like this where from the morning to the night, you are strolling through 2000 years history. The saying goes “He who travels far knows much.” and…

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Largo di Torre Argentina – The ultimate Rome 6-day trip itinerary Day 1

Meet the elegant citizens of Rome Alight! after finding the gem –Church of St. Louis of the French (San Luigi dei Francesi) which was not mentioned in our guide book, we couldn’t be happier and were feeling Rome was full of adventures awaiting for us. Largo di Torre Argentina is another place is not mentioned…

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Church of St. Louis of the French- The ultimate Rome 6-day trip itinerary Day 1

Thinking of France when in Rome. The first thing I did in this morning was to check the news of Notre Dame… sadly the historical church was on fire yesterday, I am shocked still, what a devastating to happen to art and history…deeply mourning here. on the other hand, the good news is they promise…

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Obelisco della Minerva (Elephant and Obelisk)-The ultimate Rome 6-day trip itinerary Day 1

Meet Bernini’s ultimate revenge. Right behind the Pantheon, there is our favorite little square in Rome: Piazza della Minerva. This petite plaza shows us the most artistic elephant in the world. Obelisco Della Minerva (Elephant and Obelisk) designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini. The story behind it goes like this: Pope Alexander VII decided to have…

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Pantheon musing -The ultimate Rome 6-day trip itinerary Day 1

When Old meets young harmony. The great opening of the movie The belly of an architect by Peter Greenaway shot in front of Pantheon, so I knew I had to get that shot myself one day. Pantheon, without a doubt, is my favorite architecture in Rome. The outstanding, elegant, marvelous outlook gives me a huge…

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Rome, Rome, I love you! The ultimate Rome 6-day trip itinerary Day 1- Trevi fountain

All roads lead to Rome Ciao! friends, Our jetlag did help us walk up pretty early once again, thank you jetlag, hehe 🙂 with all the excitement accumulated for half a year, we can’t wait until the sun rises. the fresh air in the early morning is pleasant, although early spring is quite chill that…

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City travel- Portland, Oregon three-day trip plan

why a weekend getaway in Portland is a good idea! Hi friends, How’s your 2019 so far? Time really flies, It is already March. can you believe it? 2019 to me is quite an adventure, many trips planning forward, with gratitude of the lessons we learn from last year and full enthusiasm in my heart.…

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City Travel – Easy, easy, the Big Easy New Orleans

The city has two faces “America has only three cities: New York, San Francisco, and New Orleans. Everywhere else is Cleveland.”- Tennessee Williams Today we are going to share with you a short city trip in New Orleans. To visit one of the oldest cities in America, 300 years of history (Older than the independence of…

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Visit Colombia Part one- Trace yellow butterflies flying in Bogota

the southern beauty beyond belief I still can’t believe I was there. First of all, I never think of one day I would go there, to a far east Asian girl Colombia is a place in books and TLC shows, I never thought I would have a chance to visit until I met my love…

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A soul for a soul cake- Halloween traditional food

Trick or treat! Happy Halloween, Mister. Today we are gonna talk about a little bit history of Halloween, as this is the most fun day in autumn, full of spooky decoration, and monsters or superheroes show up around in town. It’s really unique from any other holidays. But in the other hand, I also find…

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Pumpkin power up

wellness for our furry friends So it’s officially pumpkin season, and we can see them everywhere. I like pumpkin but my love is just ok with it, therefore,  didn’t cook too much pumpkin for him, but I cook pumpkin every week… wait… for whom? hehe, the answer is for our little fur friend- E4 the…

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Red is for tomato soup

Food history of America project two Hi friends, I would like to share two good finds recently, one is called America cookbook, the other is 1896 Boston cooking school cookbook. These two bring me so much joy, especially the America cookbook, talking about history going back to 300 years. Many women dedicated themselves so much…

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Never end summer calls for lemon ice cream (no machine)

When life gives you lemons, make it into… lemon ice cream Food history of America project one Is summer coming back again? Recently the weather in San Diego is like summer in daytime but fall in the night time. to be frank, I love the weather of SoCal, it’s always so pleasant, however, the heat…

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Fall for it – Chinese divine Mooncake

When loving you to the moon and back, it happens in the kitchen too. My dear friends, I am so so so happy to share with you today’s recipe. It is a honor to show you one of the sweetest festival of China, which I share the culture with in my hometown- Taiwan, at this…

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Bean soup is the new black! Memento of Merida

Find the culture intimacy from the soup Hello, my friends, I had made a promise that I would share some inspiration recipe from Mexico. It’s been a while, why took me so long?:P  Well….the truth is… the black bean soup is SO delicious which we always finished it before we can take a picture! Am…

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