Posts Tagged ‘Italy’

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bluehummingbird

“It is a time to reconnect with my spirit, nourish my soul, take care of my overall health and live freely.” That is how Despina Meris describes her latest travels as the hummingbird who’s favorite color is blue. She also admits to falling down stairs – something hummingbirds rarely experience… Regardless, her site is lyrical [...]

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Craigorio Does Italia

It was just about family when Craig Cisero made his way to Italy on a six month pilgrimage. Little did he know what would really transpire… From harvesting grapes to teaching English, Craigorio Does Italia tells Craig’s tale of tracing his roots and finding much more along the way. (The story isn’t over yet.)

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Access Italy

Join Mario Scalzi as he explains the inner workings of Italy and how to traverse the country – be it food, transportation or the perfect un caff√® ristretto. Access Italy contains a wealth of information, personal insight and a touch of humor. A “must read” for for anyone planning to visit or even just thinking [...]

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Travel With Julie

For a great mix of travel experiences, recipes, photographs and good advice, “Travel with Julie” by Julie Gilley is a wonderful site to visit. She will take you on a tour of Italy that you were not expecting. Have your wine glass ready… Oh, and your fork.

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Travel the Write Way

Travel for this multi-talented writer is an absolute passion. A passion richly steeped in family history and one Linda Dini Jenkins has shared within her Travel the Write Way entries. She also shares her thoughts about being a writer and how to travel with others relatively stress-free.

Miss Travel Girl

Miss Travel Girl is the blog of Rachel, a sufferer of a syndrome that causes both slow progression of blindness and deafness. She is travelling the world to appreciate as much as possible while she still has usable vision.

12 Hidden Gems: Great Destinations that Caught Us by Surprise

If places we expect much of sometimes disappoint, the inverse is also true. Today, travellers share about places they visited that turned out to be hidden gems.

From the very obscure to the well-known, each of these travel tales attests to the fact that the best moments in travel catch you by surprise.

Le Blog Laura

Laura brings a lovely literary style to her travel journal, in which she shares about her experiences in France and the Mediterranean.

Midnight In Rome: Book Review and Interview with Michael Gyulai

At 22, Michael Gyulai graduated from college and moved to Rome with a simple goal: "To really live there. To understand the place like a local." Midnight in Rome, a memoir about the time he spent in Rome, is an engaging exploration of just how difficult it can be for travellers to immerse themselves in a foreign culture.

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