William Graebner


Dianne Bennett and Bill Graebner have been spending 2-3 months each year in Rome since 1993, when he was a teaching Fulbright at the University of Rome and she fell in love with the city. She’s a tax attorney and he’s a widely published historian. They don’t own a place in Rome—they’ve lived in a dozen Rome neighborhoods—but they do have a Malaguti 250, a big scooter that allows quick and easy access to Rome’s wide-ranging attractions and to the hills and mountains beyond. Besides Modern Rome, they are the authors of Rome the Second Time: 15 Itineraries that Don’t Go to the Coliseum. They also maintain a blog, www.romethesecondtime.com, and a Facebook page.

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Modern Rome, 4 Great Walks for the Curious Traveler
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 18,110. Language: English. Published: September 24, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Travel » By region, Nonfiction » Travel » Specialties & interests
BEST TRAVEL GUIDEBOOK 2014. Seen the Coliseum and the Vatican? Looking for a more authentic, contemporary experience? Walk without tourists in new Rome: in Garbatella, a delightful 1920s planned community; spectacular, Fascist EUR; Flaminio, Rome’s cultural heart, and nearby a “Mussolini theme park”; and up and down Trastevere’s charming stairways. Rome with the Romans. hyperlinks, photos, maps

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