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Ravishing Ravello

On one of our many trips to Italy, a few years back, we discovered Ravello.  What makes Ravello so remarkable is its height, Ravello sits very high above sea level and therefore benefits from the most phenomenal Mediterranean views.  922 more words

Travel & Adventure

Firenze nella luce del mattino

I have waited months and weeks and days for this trip to finally arrive. I have sent countless emails to hoteliers, restaurants, bloggers, and friends. I have spent hours on review sites. 633 more words


Impressions of Milano

When you arrive in Italy you breathe excitement, you can’t help but notice the busy streets and all its noise, the incomparable architecture, the art, people laughing out loud and gesticulating with their hands, and how alive the cities are. 400 more words


Quartiere Coppedè

Quartiere Coppedè or the Coppedè District in Rome isn’t quite a district, but was given the name by the architect who designed it, Gino Coppedè. It is a small area of beautiful buildings, located in the north east of Rome. 135 more words


Life in Italy wouldn't be complete without a few epics fails...

For instance, there was the time that I was in the beautiful La Cinque Terre, on the coast of Liguria. M and I had finished yet another fabulous 18 course meal followed by two or three different kinds of digestive. 759 more words