The Eternal…Rome!

“For someone who has never seen Rome, it is hard to believe how beautiful life can be.”


I guess when “Rome” is the subject words  cannot explain this amazing city…you just need to visit! 🙂 At least once in your life…go to Rome and enjoy it!



“Rome is not like any other city. It’s a big museum, a living room that shall be crossed on one’s toes.” – Alberto Sordi.




The colours of Boston, Massachusetts in Autumn pictures.

The Boston Theatre District is the center of Boston’s theater scene. Many of its theaters are on Washington Street, Tremont Street, Boylston Street, and Huntington Avenue.Bonjour beautiful people! Autumn in Boston is magnificent! This season has such beautiful nuances of colours and lights. We were lucky with the weather during our visit there!

Starting from Boston Public Garden and Boston Common…



Lagoon bridge in the Boston Public Garden.


Boston Common at Wikipedia and The Public Garden at Wikipedia

The Granary Burying Ground is the city of Boston’s third-oldest cemetery, founded in 1660 and located on Tremont Street. It is the final resting place for many notable Revolutionary War-era patriots, including Paul Revere, the five victims of the Boston Massacre, and three signers of the Declaration of Independence: Samuel Adams, John Hancock, and Robert Treat Paine.


Samuel Adams (1722–1803), statesman, signer of the Declaration of Independence.
The Massachusetts State House, seat of the Government of Massachusetts, on Beacon Hill.
Park Street Church (built in 1809).
Street view ( Boston’s North End/Little Italy neighbor).
Paul Revere House
Boston downtown
Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge crosses the Charles River from Downtown Boston.

Faneuil Hall Marketplace – also called Quincy Market – offers 100+ stores, artisan pushcarts, restaurants, and pubs right on Boston’s famed Freedom Trail.

Quincy Market actually comprises of three buildings – Quincy Market at the center and flanked by South Market and North market.



Faneuil Hall has been a marketplace and a meeting hall since 1743.


Great Hall Clock in Faneuil Hall


The Boston Theatre District is the center of Boston’s theater scene. Many of its theaters are on Washington Street, Tremont Street, Boylston Street, and Huntington Avenue.



Old City Hall


Boston’s waterfront: walk along the Harbor, enjoy interesting views, and check out all the restaurants overlooking the water.



The Old State House, a museum on the Freedom Trail and the site of the Boston Massacre.


Trinity Church



Museum of Fine Arts


The Boston Public Library contains approximately 24 million volumes, and electronic resources, making it the third-largest public library in the United States behind only the Library of Congress and the New York Public Library.

Boston Public Library


Reading Room at McKim Building
These twelve-foot-tall, two-ton bronze doors were commissioned by Peter C. Larkin, founder of the Salada Tea Company, to celebrate his industry’s storied past.The doors were designed by sculptor Henry Wilson and feature ten panels telling the story of the exotic origins of tea.
Revere beach: located about 5 miles north of downtown Boston.


City of Boston website

“The City of Brotherly Love” Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Bonjour beautiful world!

In the beginning of November we visited Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. “The City of Brotherly Love”, a nickname from the literal meaning of the city’s name in Greek and also called as “The Birthplace of America” derived from Philadelphia’s role in the American Revolution and location of the signing of the Declaration of Independence, Philadelphia or Philly 🙂 touched my heart! The city is amazing! I am putting some links bellow with more information about Philadelphia history and so on.

Philadelphia City Hall
Philadelphia City Hall

We spent four lovely days in Philly including the occasion of my very first NBA game, by the way go 76ers! 😉 I enjoyed the game so much!

Wells Fargo Center
Philadelphia Sixers vs Detroit Pistons
Philadelphia 76ers to a 109-99 victory over the Detroit Pistons (11.03.2018)

Beautiful Autumn leaves in Philly!
Famous fictional Heavyweight Champion “Rocky” (Rocky Balboa) is forever remembered in this bronze statue.
Philadelphia Museum of Art – I’ve climbed like “Rocky Balboa” 🙂
Penn’s Landing is a waterfront area of Center City Philadelphia along the Delaware River.
Independence Hall

The Independence Hall is the building where both the United States Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution were debated and adopted. There is a guided tour; it’s free but you need tickets. You can get them through the Visitor’s Center in Independence National Historical Park.

The Liberty Bell is an iconic symbol of American independence
City view
Located near City Hall, LOVE Park serves as the grand entrance to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
“Government of the People” by the artist Jacques Lipchitz.
Duck Girl is a bronze sculpture by Paul Manship. It is installed in Rittenhouse Square near 18th Street and Walnut Street.
“Evelyn Taylor Price Memorial Sundial” by the artist Beatrice Fenton at Rittenhouse Square.
Statue of John Barry (1745-1803, naval officer) at Independence Square.
Washington Square Park
The National Constitution Center is a nonprofit, nonpartisan institution devoted to the United States Constitution. The center is an interactive museum and a national town hall for constitutional dialogue, hosting government leaders, journalists, scholars, and celebrities for public discussions.
Fairmount Dam
Boathouse Row
Fairmount Water Works
City view


Philadelphia at Wikipedia

The Founding Fathers of the United States at Wikipedia

Visit Philadelphia website