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A French Lesson in Italy

My niece lives in Rome and has been there since 2001.  Due to Covid-19, she has been locked down since the end of February and...
May 22, 2020 Peter Jones

An Ideal Walking Tour of Rome Part 3

In the third and final post on walking through Rome, ACIS travel supervisor and local Roman guide Carlotta Boldrini picks up where Part 2 left off...
June 26, 2018 Guest Blogger

7 Ancient Restaurants to Visit in Modern Rome

Skye Shirley is a teacher, writer, and spoken Latin enthusiast whose immersive lessons embrace the most recent and convincing research into second language acquisition. She...
August 9, 2023 Guest Blogger

An Ideal Walking Tour of Rome: Part 2

In our new three part series, Roman local tour guide Carlotta Boldrini shares her expertise on touring Rome – by foot! Carlotta is a former ACIS...
June 19, 2018 Guest Blogger

5 Myths and Misconceptions about Ancient Rome

There are few ancient civilizations that captivate our imaginations more than ancient Rome. Perhaps it's because we can visit modern Rome and observe artifacts of...
September 9, 2016 Marc Amigone

With the Monsignor in Vatican City

I feel like I have spent an awful lot of time around the Vatican recently. There was Easter and there was the beatification two weeks...
May 7, 2014 Peter Jones
Featured Post Teachers in Their Own Words Everyone at ACIS is passionate about educational travel and could give you an overflowing list... Sarah Bichsel