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Bollente Fountain

12 Oct 2019 2 minute read 2 comments dexpartacus

In the last article I talked about the "Rotten water fountain" of Acqui terme, a city that hosted my very recent holidays, during which I mentioned "la bollente (the boiling), here we are to present it in all its beauty. The square you see in the co...

Gluten Free Lake's Pizza!

11 Dec 2019 2 minute read 0 comments dexpartacus

Very nice and clean restaurant, really friendly and helpful staff. Located in city of Como downtown, a few steps from its Cathedral. Good gluten-free pizza quality, before remembering to take the picture I ate a piece so I was hungry. Very tasty a...

Madre Island Palace

31 Aug 2019 1 minute read 0 comments dexpartacus

Madre Island Palace on Major Lake has been opened to the public since 1978, its furnishings come from the various Borromean family houses dating back to the 16th and 17th centuries.There are a multitude of porcelain and livery, family paintings, tape...

America and Italy, a Story Written in Ancient Rome?

17 Oct 2019 4 minute read 0 comments Daniel Goldman

Trump has a habit of saying things that are really stupid, or at least things that sound stupid. Many people think that he really is an idiot. I’m not sure. A common rule of thumb is to never attribute to malice that which can adequately be explained...

Barolo: Bottled Poetry

8 Nov 2019 2 minute read 2 comments dexpartacus

DOC (designation of origin) Barolo Castle dating back to the 10th century   The King's wines and the wine of the King. Barolo is a small and welcoming Piedmont city, popular for its prosperous lands that are home of Nebbiolo wineyeard which grow i...

Napoleonica 2019

20 Sep 2019 1 minute read 2 comments dexpartacus

While ago I had the opportunity to see the fifth edition of Napoleonica, a historical re-enactment of Napoleon and his troops passage during the second Italian Campaign during 1800s which was held at the Fort of Bard (Valle d'Aosta - Italy). Cannon...

Ordinary visitors and inhabitants around "Miramare Castle"

23 May 2020 1 minute read 0 comments lemming

The Miramare Castle was built by Maximillien I emperor of Mexico and brother of the austrian emperor Franz Joseph, near the city of Trieste, north eastern Italy.   It is one of the most important attractions of the city, where it was possible (befor...

Toscano Originale 1891, the Tuscan cigar novelty!

27 May 2020 2 minute read 0 comments sicornel

Long time ago during one of my business trip to Singapore I decided to quit smoking cigarettes for many reasons. Decision revealed to be quite hard and I tried to compensate for that missing using an alternative: some cigars! First suggestion coming...

Borromeo Palace

17 Aug 2019 1 minute read 1 comment dexpartacus

Here some shots taken by me inside the Borromeo Palace in the Bella Island.This building dates back to the 1600s and still belongs to the Borromeo family today. Its many rooms are furnished with paintings, furniture, marble, sculptures and armor.His...

What would you do with a castle?

27 Aug 2019 2 minute read 0 comments dexpartacus

I love Castles, from what this love derives, I'm not totally sure. Since I was a child, one of my dreams was to be able to visit all Castles on the face of the earth. Now as soon as I have the chance I do not miss it, my dream is still far from bein...