A blog about Torre di Largo Argentina, a square with cool archeological remains, in Rome, Italy.
The train pulled into Florence's Santa Maria Novella station and I prepared myself for heart palpitations, fainting, dizziness, or to spontaneously burst into tears. Why, you may ask? These are some of the psychosomatic responses that a "victim" may have when they are exposed to great amounts of art in a single place. With artistic… Continue reading Places to See in Florence (Firenze): Birthplace of the Italian Renaissance
You know what it is sexy? Travel. It is so seductive. Travel makes you feel smarter, connected, happier, cultured—good vacations make you feel like you’re on a honeymoon. Want to extend those blissful feelings? Who wouldn’t? I make them last by drawing on my profession as a historian and recording my travel history. By surrounding… Continue reading Making Vacation Last—Creating a Travel History
Travel Through History with Prof Amy French is now the Roaming Historian!!! In order to better reflect my dual lives as a travel blogger and professional historian, I have changed the name of my website and social media accounts to the Roaming Historian. The new website is: roaminghistorian.com (but don't worry if you are still… Continue reading Prof Amy French is now the Roaming Historian!