2 edition of traveller in Rome found in the catalog.
traveller in Rome
H. V. Morton
|Statement||by H. V. Morton|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||432 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||432|
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Bill Bryson, himself an excellent travel writer, considers H. Morton the greatest of all. After having read several of his books, I'm a believer.
He is little known here in the US, but widely read elsewhere in the world. *A Traveller in Rome* describes several months that Morton spent in Rome/5. Whether you are going to Rome soon or not, I highly recommend reading this book to see the Eternal City through the insights of H.V. Morton.
This book was pivotal in helping me to appreciate the city even more because I saw what was described in it, and I will certainly re-read A Traveller in Rome again to relive the wonderful moment I had in by: 3.
This latest addition to Morton's long list of travel books may well be his best. ""No one in Rome,"" he says, ""ever tells you anything,"" and so he proceeds to tell practically everything about the city that can possibly be presented in one volume.
From its beginnings to its present day crowded buses, restaurants and limping lifts, from popes and emperors and politicians to fountains and. Top Travel Books and Guides for Rome Eating Rome: Living the Good Life in the Eternal City.
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Morton's evocative account of his days in 's Rome--the fabled era of La Dolce Vita--remains an indispensable guide to what makes the Eternal City eternal. A Solo Traveler's Guide To Rome. Book Your Accomodation. A surprisingly large city, Rome offers something for everyone. Each of its neighborhoods have a unique identity and character, meaning everyone from the high-end visitors to the budget travelers will find themselves at home in : Livia Hengel.
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It was not uncommon for the ancient Romans to travel long distances all across Europe. Actually during the Roman Empire, Rome had an incredible road network which extended from northern England all the way to southern Egypt.
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