Christmas in Rome: Lighter on the lights but heavy on the meaning

22 Dec

Fellow blogger John Henderson has done a wonderful job describing this year’s Christmas scene in Roma. Ric and I did not get to tour lights a lot before leaving for Paris and London, so I wanted to share his impressions and lovely photos. I was pleased to see that Via del Corso did indeed get decked out.

5 Responses to “Christmas in Rome: Lighter on the lights but heavy on the meaning”

  1. Chloe Erkenbrecher December 23, 2015 at 17:24 #

    I will follow him. Yes, I do love Italy and my husband and I are still trying to figure out how we ended up in France. Guess we love it too.

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  2. Nigel December 22, 2015 at 19:29 #

    That’s an absolutely fab description of how he feels about Rome,and what Roma is. Thanks so much for reposting it. I love it. I’ve subscribed to the blog, and followed him on Twitter. I have to go back to his descriptions of the baker’s tomb, one of my favourite places in Roma.

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    • gooddayrome December 22, 2015 at 20:12 #

      John is a terrific writer. Glad you enjoyed the piece!

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  3. Chloe Erkenbrecher December 22, 2015 at 18:57 #

    Thank you for sharing all of that beauty.

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    • gooddayrome December 22, 2015 at 19:02 #

      Merry Christmas Chloe! John Henderson writes a great blog. I hope you will follow him, Italophile that you are!

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