Historical fiction children's book ID filter: scholars and bandits in 1930s China and bull-jumping children in Rome. [more inside]
posted by nonane
on Jul 26, 2006 -
[EuroTripFilter]What European city can we go to CHEAPLY for a few days from London? [more inside]
posted by k8t
on Jul 20, 2006 -
Any suggestions for places to stay in Cinque Terre and Rome for honeymooners on a budget? Can afford more than a hostel, but not more than about 60 euro a night.
posted by abee
on Mar 31, 2006 -
Thanks to this week's featured article on Wikipedia about the Roman emperor Claudius, I have become obsessed with Ancient Rome, specifically the Julio-Claudian dynasty. [more inside]
posted by interrobang
on Jan 27, 2006 -
Going to Rome tonight and staying a week. Recommendations for a couple in the mid-twenties for fun night time activities. [more inside]
posted by Cool Alex
on Dec 5, 2005 -
ItalianTravelFilter: Looking for recommendations -- hotels/pensiones/b&b's in Rome, Amalfi towns or Naples!
posted by black8
on Sep 21, 2005 -
I am watching HBO's Rome
. Does anyone know of a good concise, non overtly academic history of this period? Secondly, I'm also looking for a similarly styled general overview of the empire. Thanks.
posted by captainscared
on Sep 6, 2005 -
I'm travelling to Italy in late August and am looking for hotel recommendations for Milan, Florence, and Rome. I'm looking for not the most expensive, but not the least expensive. Maybe 3-4 stars? I'm also looking more for an "Italian" experience than a big chain hotel. I'd be happier in something that is smaller and older (if well kept) or more of a boutique-type place. I'll be travelling by train and won't have much more than 2 days per city, unfortunately, so a central location is important to me. If there are any Italians or Italy travellers who might be willing to advise me, I'd really appreciate it!
posted by gen
on Jun 19, 2005 -
What is the name for the people who were allowed to sit outside the Roman Senate and shout their opposition to whatever was going on inside?
posted by swift
on Nov 6, 2004 -
As a lay...very
lay...student of Roman Republic and Empire, and anticipating the upcoming HBO/BBC series Rome
with relish, I'm reading everything I can get my hands on about both Republic and Empire. Currently I'm reading an abridgement of The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
I just inherited. What next? [insert Latin for "more inside" here].
posted by WolfDaddy
on Sep 2, 2004 -
My wife and I are planning a 10-12 day trip to Italy in late Sept. and are looking for advice. We are torn between a guided tour-type trip where the majority is planned out for you or just getting tickets and hotel rooms and making the plans while we are there. Any advice or experience? [more inside]
posted by Wallzatcha
on Aug 13, 2004 -