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My attempts to follow the example of Ralph Rumney of the Situationist International in exploring and remapping Venice. I elected to take the opposite direction to any sign for San Marco or Rialto, going against the flow. 317 more words


3 Things To Do The Day You Arrive Abroad

Spending a semester abroad is the most adventurous and potentially one of the scariest things I’ve ever done. While it is also one of the best experiences of my life there are plenty of moments of thinking “what the hell am I doing here, what is going on, all I want is buffalo chicken and wifi that works at a normal speed.” These thoughts are way more prevalent in the beginning as adjusting to living in a foreign country can be overwhelming to say the least. 257 more words


Instagram Culture: The Napoletano

Vincenzo D’Ambrosio is one of my favorite Instagramers.  His “forever young” photography style is a perfect indication of how this artists from Naples lives his life.   71 more words


Last Rays of Summer: 7 Natural Pools (Piscini) in Italy

I live in Milan.  I moved here 3 years ago from California.  The transition was easy for me because both Italy and California are filled with natural beauty. 109 more words


An American Girl's Guide to Italy: Positano

The Amalfi Coast is without a doubt one of the most beautiful places I’ve even seen in my life. When I ventured down south I went on a bus tour which included Capri, Positano, Pompeii and lodging in Sorrento. 326 more words


An American Girl's Guide to Italy: Rome

So I don’t know about you but I was expecting to find my Lizzie McGuire moment in Rome and end my stay performing as half of an international pop duo at the Colosseum. 441 more words


Vegan at Da Paolino Lemon Trees- Capri, Italy

Oh what a day! What a lovely day! #MadMaxAnyone? Lol but seriously, the day was so fun and the night was even better! That night we went to this really beautiful restaurant to celebrate my parent’s friend’s birthday! 310 more words