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72 hours, Croatia, culture, food, Italy Blogger Roundtable, tours, travel, uncategorised

Friendship and One Week in Croatia

“We are friends for life. When we’re together the years fall away. Isn’t that what matters? To have someone who can remember with you? To have someone who remembers how far you’ve come?” ― Judy Blume The day I met Kat we both had no idea how important we would become in one another’s life. ps. If you’re reading this post just for tips on Croatia feel free to scroll down It was 2005, cue a ridiculous group of exciting…

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24 hours, American in Italy, culture, day trip, food, history, italy, life, one perfect day, restaurant, tips, tours, travel, tuscany, uncategorised, Uncategorized

5 Reasons Bologna Makes The Perfect Day Trip From Florence

When it comes to “where you can you visit while using Florence as a base” nothing comes more to mind than the city of Bologna, capital of Emilia-Romagna. A quick and pleasant 35 minute journey by fast train from Santa Maria Novella will have you up there quicker than you can say “mortadella” and maybe an hour from that time, you’ll be able to eat some in one of the city’s gastronomic hotspots because this place well known for its…

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36 hours, American in Italy, culture, food, italy, life, opinion, restaurant, tips, tours, tuscany, uncategorised

Where To Go in Liguria Instead Of Cinque Terre

This isn’t a post meant to criticize Cinque Terre. Liguria’s pride and joy, five towns once cut off from the rest of Italy and reachable only by boat. They are truly a site to see, and if that’s your favorite destination in Italy, who am I to tell you otherwise. For me, it’s a little different. I remember fearing for my life year’s ago as crowds aggressively shoved one another in a crazed frenzy to board the tiny trains, totally incapable…

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72 hours, art, mexico, opinion, restaurant, tours, travel, uncategorised, Uncategorized

Five Of My Favorite Neighborhoods in Mexico City

Mexico City is a huge city that feels like millions of micro cities all jammed into one place and to be honest, before visiting, I didn’t know what to expect. Sure some of what I’ve read online is true, it’s chaotic, there’s tons of traffic and pollution is a very real truth. However what surprised me most of all is how awesome of a city this is. Why haven’t I heard more about it? Mexico is a lot of things…

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events, expat, food, italy, life, tips, tours, travel, tuscany, uncategorised, Uncategorized

Ideas For What To Do in Florence this March

While I might not be currently in Italy at the moment, I am in Mexico on a much-belated and very needed vacation and it’s been fabulous so far. For those back home, here’s a fun suggestion on what’s on this month around town that I personally suggest, much of many I will likely miss do to being away so enjoy these ideas on what to do in Florence and add your own thoughts in the comments below. Don’t be shy,…

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48 hours, American in Italy, art, culture, italy, restaurant, tips, tours, travel, uncategorised, Uncategorized

Five Unmissable Experiences in Rome

There never manages to be an end to really beautiful ways to discover the city of Rome, it’s way too big and dynamic for the likes of finality. I’ve been coming pretty regularly of the last four or five years and each time, thanks to the generosity and insight of friends, I am starting to see a completely different side to Italy’s capital city. One with 3,000 years of history that can’t easily be ticked off your average travel bucket…

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