dinsdag 3 mei 2016

Enjoy your stay in Rome from this lovely apartment just around the corner from Colosseum and Roman Forum

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Enjoy Rome from our apartment in the heart of Rome, Casa Cuore de Roma, around the corner from the Colosseum, 2 minutes, the forum and neighberhood Monti. Site in English soon.

Geniet van Rome in ons leuke budget appartement in Rome, Casa Cuore di Roma, om de hoek van het Colosseum, Forum Romanum en de wijk Monti aan je voeten!

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Le Marche Recipes: Vongole in Potacchio

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An easy, simple recipe from Le Marche region of Italy marrying briny clams with white wine, tomatoes, garlic and rosemary. Easy and tasty too!

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Italy's internet is 30 years old. But is it finally speeding up?

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On April 29th 1986, Italy became the fourth European country to connect to the internet. Thirty years on, it has the slowest speeds in the EU.

Prime Minister Matteo Renzi was just 11 years old when boffins at Pisa University sent a stream of data - travelling at mere bits per second  - to Roaring Creek, Pennsylvania. With it, they ushered in a new era: Italy had connected to the internet for the first time.

Fast forward thirty years, and Renzi visited the university on Friday to mark the historic day, safe in the knowledge that Italy was no longer an internet trailblazer.

Averaging a measly 8.73 Mbps, Italy’s internet speeds are the second lowest in the EU. When it comes to the coverage of ultra-fast broadband - access to speeds of more than 100 Mbps -  things are even worse.

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