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Mille Miglia – Stirling Moss

I’ve been taking photo’s of the 2017 and the 2018 Mille Miglia editions without publishing anything yet. As an intro to what I will publish the story of Stirling Moss with some mercedes participants. In 1955 Moss won Italy’s thousand-mile Mille Miglia road race, an achievement Doug Nye described as the “most iconic single day’s drive in motor racing history.” Motor Trend headlined it as “The Most Epic Drive. Ever.” Moss, then 25 years old, drove one of four factory-entered Mercedes-B...
Tags: Hotels, Rome, Cologne, Munich, Ferrari, Italy, Mercedes, Stuttgart, Cultural Travel, Moss, Adriatic, Mercedes Benz, Padua, Fitch, Stirling Moss, Brescia


Italy leaves it late to earn 1st competitive win in a year

ROME (AP) — Italy is finally showing signs of emerging from its crisis, nearly a year after failing to qualify for the World Cup. Cristiano Biraghi’s goal in stoppage time earned the Azzurri a much-needed 1-0 win in Poland on Sunday in the UEFA Nations League. Playing in Group 3 of League A, Poland became […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Rome, Italy, Poland, Azzurri, Cristiano Biraghi, UEFA Nations League Playing in Group


Italy moves to dismantle migrant services in model town

ROME (AP) — Italy’s hard-line interior minister is defending his reported decision to relocate migrants from a southern city that became a model of integration. Italian media report that Matteo Salvini decreed Oct. 9 that public works projects catering to migrants in Riace, in southern Reggio Calabria, must end and the migrants will be transferred. […]
Tags: News, Ap, Rome, Italy, Matteo Salvini, Nation & World, Nation & World Politics, Reggio Calabria


Embraer just revealed a new $21 million private jet with a luxury interior design to remind you of the beaches of Brazil

The Embraer Praetor 500 and Praetor 600 private jets made their world debuts on Sunday in Orlando, Florida. The Praetor 500/600 are based on Embraer's current Legacy 450 mid-size and Legacy 500 super mid-size jets. The base price for the Embraer Praetor 500 is $16,995,000, while the Praetor 600 starts at $20,995,000.  The Bossa Nova interior is a $750,000 option.  Embraer introduced a pair of new private jets on Sunday in Orlando, Florida dubbed the Praetor 500 and Praetor 600. The pair repre...
Tags: Facebook, Florida, US, Trends, Rome, Brazil, Business Insider, Orlando Florida, Embraer, Embraer Executive Jets, Jay Beever, Beever, Michael Amalfitano, Bossa Nova interior


5 Tips for a Smooth Transition to Expat Life

When planning the move from homeland to foreign country, we generally focus on the positive – the experiences we’ll have, the great people we’ll meet, and the exciting new foods we’ll try. But becoming an expat – even a temporary one – isn’t without its hardships, and many people find that much of their time abroad is initially spent coping with the many challenges of immersing oneself in a foreign culture. Even if you’re planning an extended stay outside of your home country, you don’t want to ...
Tags: Travel, US, Rome, Pakistan, Paris, Dublin, Costa Rica, Oruro Bolivia, Cape Town South Africa, Belfast Ireland, Monteverde Costa Rica, Randy Durrum


What to Read in This Week’s English Influence Issue

This week we’re England bound in search of Anglo charm, just in time for colder days. Here’s a preview. Above: Photograph by James Brittain, courtesy of Jonathan Tuckey, from An Urban Hut in London by Jonathan Tuckey for an Under-the-Radar Design Doyenne. Alexa takes an exclusive walk through Kettle’s Yard, in London Are woven woolens having a moment? Annie uncovers an old-is-new favorite Julie weighs in on a new paint collection Fan takes a tour of an apartment and a gallery in the Engli...
Tags: Books, England, London, Rome, Frankfurt, Annie, Alexa, Table Of Contents, Julie, Serene, Century House, Jonathan Tuckey, James Brittain, An Urban Hut


Designer Outlets in Italy

While I revel in writing about Renaissance art, medieval villages, and Ancient Rome on this site, I know that one reason visitors come to Italofile is for information about shopping — in particular, outlet shopping. This post is based on Corriere della Sera’s list of the fashion outlets, all of which are located in northern Italy, as well as in Italian-speaking Switzerland. I have listed those outlets below and added others in Lazio (i.e., outside of Rome) and elsewhere in central and southern...
Tags: Travel, Fashion, Milan, Featured, Shopping, Rome, Italy, Switzerland, Prada, Florence, Torino, Lazio, Bologna, Tuscany, Emilia-romagna, Valentino


Upside Down Security World

Opinion Terrorist Khalid Masood Shot Dead Ft Collins, CO –-(Ammoland.com)- “He was going to kill me”Recent testimony of the armed British Police Officer who shot and killed terrorist Khalid Masood, shortly after Masood stabbed to death Officer Keith Palmer, as unarmed Palmer was posted at the Carriage Gates into New Palace Yard in March of 2017.To his credit, the armed officer, using his GLOCK G17, fired three shots at Masood, and all three hit.Masood’s fell to the ground, and his wounds prov...
Tags: UK, Guns, Rome, United Kingdom, Palmer, Masood, Planet Earth, John Farnam, Gun Rights News, Defense Training International, John Farnam Defense Training International Inc, Farnam, Collins CO AmmoLand, Keith Palmer, Khalid Masood, New Palace Yard


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Tags: Japan, Usa, UK, Milan, London, Indonesia, Australia, Saudi Arabia, China, Germany, Iraq, Russia, Singapore, India, Toronto, Georgia


Housing swaps offer vacation savings

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - The cost of living in San Diego doesn’t always make it easy for local families to take vacations. Hotels and home rentals can drain a family’s savings. 10News reporter Jennifer Kastner found a local family that’s able to go jet setting without breaking the bank, thanks to a home exchange network.Dana Fallentine, her husband, and their four kids have been taking incredible vacations at an impressive savings. “[We’re talking] thousands and thousands and thousands of dollars,” sh...
Tags: Rome, San Diego, Costco, Making It In San Diego, Jennifer Kastner, Dana Fallentine, Fallentine, Fallentines


Rome’s MIA Finds Niche in Global Entertainment Business

Just as the viability of classic film market models including Cannes and the AFM is coming into question, Rome’s MIA Market for feature films, TV series, and documentaries is gaining traction with a new concept. Launched in 2015 as a re-invention of the Rome Film Festival’s Business Street mart in a concerted effort to put […]
Tags: Rome, Markets & Festivals, Mia, Cannes, RAI, Mercato Internazionale Audiovisivo


This Week in Photography Books: Alice Garrett-Jones

  I’ve lived through three seasons in the last ten days, and it’s making me crazy. It was 80+ degrees here in Taos until October 1st, when fall arrived in earnest, with yellow trees and cooler days. (Nothing too bad, but definitely not summer.) Then we drove into Colorado at the beginning of this week, and some freezing rainstorms blew in at 7000 feet, where we were staying. It was the worst of cold-wet-nasty-late-autumn for sure. It snowed at the higher elevations, so on Tuesday, we drove over ...
Tags: Photography, Colorado, NYC, New York City, Rome, Duke, Rockies, Photography Books, Simon, Robinson, Garfunkel, Taos, Garrett Jones, Homo erectus, Alice Garrett Jones, Alice Garret Jones


Pope Accepts Resignation Of Cardinal Wuerl Amid Sexual Abuse Cover Up

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Washington Cardinal Donald Wuerl after he became entangled in two major sexual abuse and cover-up scandals and lost the support of many in his flock. Wuerl, who turns 78 in November, becomes the most prominent head to roll in the scandal roiling the Catholic Church after his predecessor as Washington archbishop, Theodore McCarrick, was forced to resign as cardinal over allegations he sexually abused at least two minors and adult...
Tags: New York, News, Washington, Ap, Rome, Pennsylvania, Pope Francis, Vatican, Catholic Church, Catholic, Pope, Vatican City, Francis, Seattle, Pittsburgh, Religion News Service


Ping Pong House: A Playful but Serene 19th-Century House in Rome, Transformed

There’s something dreamlike about the spaces created by Studio Strato, the latest architecture firm to cross my screen, that feels completely of-the-moment. The studio, a collaboration between Italian architects Vincenzo Tattolo and Martino Fraschetti, started in 2007 and is based in Rome, and their creations feel both serene and unexpected, sophisticated and playful. So much so that it was difficult to choose which of the firm’s projects to feature as their debut on Remodelista. But Martino’s o...
Tags: Books, US, Rome, Italy, Ikea, Puglia, Kitchens, Livia, Greene, Martino, Vincenzo, DIY & Remodeling, Small-Space Living, Architecture & Interiors, Architect Visit, Pietrasanta


Michael Carrick speaks about depression struggles

Depression in the game Michael Carrick has opened up about how football can impact a player’s mental health. He noted that during his playing career, he struggled. Carrick said that the World Cup with England was the worst time for him. He noted that when a footballer feels like they shouldn’t be playing, it is hard for them. He added that he spoke to his wife and said he wanted to leave and come home. “Depression over a game of football sounds extreme, doesn’t it?” “But I genuinely felt in a ...
Tags: England, Sport, Rome, Soccer, South Africa, Premier League, Manchester United, Liverpool, Old Trafford, Newcastle United, Fabio Capello, Michael Carrick, Jose Mourinho, Rafael Benitez, Paul Pogba, Mourinho


Ping Pong House: An Architect’s Own Playful but Serene 19th-Century House in Rome

There’s something dreamlike about the spaces created by Studio Strato, the latest architecture firm to cross my screen, that feels completely of-the-moment. The studio, a collaboration between Italian architects Vincenzo Tattolo and Martino Fraschetti, started in 2007 and is based in Rome, and the architects’ creations feel both serene and unexpected, sophisticated and playful. So much so that it was difficult to choose which of the firm’s projects to feature as their debut on Remodelista. But M...
Tags: Books, US, Rome, Italy, Ikea, Puglia, Kitchens, Livia, Greene, Martino, Vincenzo, DIY & Remodeling, Small-Space Living, Architecture & Interiors, Architect Visit, Pietrasanta


Naples mais pas vraiment plutt des rues disgracieuses. Et Pompi. Mais pas le Vsuve. Et une chronique dun chec annonc.

Donc Naples. Mais pas vraiment. Cest parfois ce qui arrive avec Airbnb. Cest vraiment gnial mais pas parfait. On a ladresse exacte seulement une fois quon a rserv. Et on ralise pas toujours les distances. Pour Rome on tait un peu ex
Tags: Travel, Rome, Naples, Donc Naples Mais pas


Italy announces return of fishing boats seized by Libya

ROME (AP) — Italy’s premier says two Italian fishing vessels seized by Libyan forces earlier this week are returning home. The self-styled Libyan National Army had announced it had seized the vessels in Libyan territorial waters and brought them to the port of Ras al-Hilal. In a tweet Friday, Premier Giuseppe Conte said the boats […]
Tags: News, Ap, Rome, Italy, Libya, Nation & World, Libyan National Army, Giuseppe Conte, Ras al Hilal


The Holy Legacy of Pope Paul VI

“Am I Hamlet or Don Quixote?” Pope Paul VI once asked that question about himself, and whatever his answer might have been, most people would say he was more than a little of both. His hesitation in making difficult choices, arising from acute sensitivity, reflected the indecisiveness of Shakespeare’s Prince of Denmark. At the same time, his dedication to pursuing lofty but hard to reach goals in the face of nearly insurmountable obstacles shared more than a little in common with Cervantes’s sup...
Tags: Church, Religion, Rome, Denmark, Catholic, Shakespeare, Christ, Cervantes, PAUL, Oscar Romero, Paul VI, Pope Paul VI, Humanae Vitae, Magna Carta for Catholic, Evangelii Nuntiandi


Pope visit to North Korea feasible if well prepared, South Korean bishop says

The bishop, Lazarus You Heung-sik of Daejeon, spoke ahead of a meeting next week in the Vatican between Francis and South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who will be carrying an invitation from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to visit Pyongyang. "If the pope goes there, it will be a gigantic step, a qualitative step for the Korean peninsula, for its pacification," said You, who was in Rome for a meeting of bishops from around the world known as a synod. "North Korea could enter the world communi...
Tags: News, North Korea, Rome, Kim Jong Un, Vatican, Pope, Francis, Pyongyang, Daejeon, Moon Jae, Lazarus You Heung


Top 8 Things to Do in Verona – Italy Travel

There are so many incredible things to do and see in Verona that you couldn’t possibly fit them all into one vacation; this ancient city has something to suit the whole family, whether that’s small children, college students, or grandparents. To help you plan your holiday, we’ve rounded up eight of the best activities for you to do in Verona.     See a show at the Arena di Verona   This national landmark is unfamiliar to most people outside of the city, but this Colosseum, built in 30 CE, ...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Rome, Italy, Verona, Old Town, Gavi, Lake Garda, Arena Di Verona, Ponte, Basilica of San Zeno Maggiore, Castle Vecchio, Scaliger, Piazza DelleErbe People, Centro Storico Italy, Via Mazzini


European capitals ranked by cost

Europe used to be cheap. Like dirt cheap. Ask your parents about their 1960s backpacking adventures across post-World War II Europe and they’ll tell stories of 10-cent hostels, five-cent beers, and the best pizza you ever had for a quarter. Like a lot of your parents’ stories, they’re highly exaggerated, but they’re also a far cry from the $7 pints and $200-a-night hotels you find in big Euro capitals now. That’s not to say the entire continent is a bank-breaker, though. Look hard enough and ...
Tags: Travel, Europe, London, Travel Planning, France, Germany, Berlin, America, Georgia, Eu, Cyprus, Rome, Danube, Prague, Vienna, Budapest


Blake Lively Developing Scripted Series for Amazon Studios

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Blake Lively developing scripted series for Amazon Studios Blake Lively is taking her talents to Amazon Studios. The actress has agreed to bring a scripted show to the streaming service, according to studio head Jennifer Salke. As reported by Deadline, the surprise announcement was made from the stage of the Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit. “I told business affairs I’m going to do this,” Salke said, observing this announcement might come as news to Lively. “She’s in R...
Tags: Amazon, TV, New York, Movies, Blake Lively, Rome, Anna Kendrick, TV News, Paul Feig, Amazon Studios, Roy Price, Jennifer Salke, Salke, Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit, Amazon Studios Blake Lively


The Power of Contemplative Prayer

Contemplative prayer has immense power against all kinds of evil. This silent movement of the heart unveils self-contradictions and rash judgments that threaten one’s own integrity and, at the same time, this vulnerability to God is healing balm for the integrity of others. This deep stillness of spirit allows God to establish one’s whole being in His very Presence so deeply that one cannot remotely guess how profoundly hidden one’s life has become. At the same time, in this hiddenness, li...
Tags: California, Religion, Los Angeles, Rome, John, St Teresa, Joshua Davis, Teresa, Agnes, Cross, Elisabeth, Therese, Avila, Lisieux, Thomas He, Roman Catholic Spiritual Direction


Westwood stands aside for Harrington; Dunne's quest; Irish Ryder Cup bid

Pádraig Harrington Lee Westwood all but anointed Padraig Harrington as Europe’s 2020 Ryder Cup captain yesterday when he publicly ruled himself out of the running and offered himself for the role in Rome in 2022.The Englishman (45) is believed to have told Harrington several months ago that he would not be putting his name forward for the captaincy at Whistling Straits. And with a...
Tags: Europe, London, China, US, Sport, Rome, Ireland, Labour, Paris, Golf, Rory Mcilroy, Justin Rose, Kuala Lumpur, Pga Tour, European Tour, Deloitte


Salvadoran priest Oscar Romero to be declared saint by Pope Francis

The canonisation of the assassinated archbishop will take place on Sunday in RomeOscar Romero, the Salvadoran priest who championed social justice for the poor and dispossessed, will be proclaimed a saint by Pope Francis in a canonisation ceremony in Rome on Sunday, almost four decades after he was assassinated by a rightwing death squad.The former archbishop of San Salvador, who was closely associated with the Latin American liberation theology movement of the 1960s and 70s, will be canonised a...
Tags: Religion, Americas, World news, Rome, Catholicism, Pope Francis, Christianity, Vatican, El Salvador, St Peter, SAN SALVADOR, Oscar Romero, Pope Paul VI, RomeOscar Romero


How to Approach Our Priests About the Scandals

One of the good things coming out of the evil that is the current sex abuse crisis in the Church is the call for a closer relationship between the laity and the clergy. The days of placing priests on pedestals passed with the first sex abuses crisis 17 years ago. This is a good thing because it allows us to get to work in cooperating with God’s plan for cleansing and renewing His Bride, the Church. Artificial barriers that have been put in place in the past, especially due clericalism, are break...
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How can California shrug off crises the way that Rome does?

By Joe Mathews How will California survive the end of America’s empire? The question might seem hypothetical, but I found it inescapable last week in Rome, where I ran a global forum on the future of direct democracy. Our forum’s mission was hopeful: Hundreds of participants, from 80-plus countries, discussed how to democratize the world’s democracies. But each morning, I encountered the less-hopeful remains of fallen empires. To reach Rome’s city hall, the conference site, I had to walk up Capi...
Tags: California, Uncategorized, America, San Francisco, Sport, Cnn, Rome, Palo Alto, Soccer, Ford, Oakland, Disneyland, Redding, Monterey, Dianne Feinstein, Montecito


Woman ‘abandoned’ by Libyan coast guard recovering in Spain

ROME (AP) — A woman who was left behind at sea by Libya’s coast guard, sparking international outrage, has written to her Spanish rescuers and assured them Wednesday she is being well taken care of in Spain. The Cameroonian woman, identified only as Josepha, was rescued by the Spanish aid group Proactiva Open Arms on […]
Tags: News, Spain, Rome, Libya, Nation & World, Josepha


Rome digs in over budget plan as pressure rises

Italy's ruling coalition said on Wednesday it would not "backtrack" on plans to increase deficit spending, digging in against financial market and EU pressure and brushing off criticism from parliament's budgetary office.
Tags: Money, Eu, Rome, businessNews, Italy