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February 23, 2015 , 12 Comments

Oh, Cinque Terre. With its emerald green tree-topped hills, brightly colored homes crawling up to the sky, steep drops of gray cliffs and a pounding (at times) blue Ligurian Sea, […]

History and charm: Riomaggiore’s Alla Marina

February 11, 2015 , 2 Comments

We stand outside the cafe, a gorgeous stone terrace with little tables, overlooking the tranquil blue water of the Ligurian Sea (a far cry from the tu ...

Hiking in Cinque Terre

December 30, 2014 , 14 Comments

Perhaps the one thing Cinque Terre is most known for — other than the pesto, glorious wines and tiny towns — are the paths tying the five ...

The world of vacation rentals

November 21, 2014 , 9 Comments

My mom and I arrive to Cinque Terre hours after we were supposed to, thanks to the Italian train strikes taking place on the day we hike it from photo ...

  • Photos of Venice, Italy
    November 12, 2014 , 16 Comments

    Venice, Italy is quite a photographers dream. With the sparkling lagoons, tiny car-free lanes, buildings in a state of beautiful erosion, colors, lights, the historic landmarks and buildings … it [...]

  • Exploring the Venice beach
    October 30, 2014 , 3 Comments

    Venice, with it small canals, lagoons and tiny islands, is lacking one major thing: a beach. Or, so I used to think. More than a decade after my first visit [...]

  • Falling in love with Ljubljana: Part Two
    October 2, 2014 , 22 Comments

    Ljubljana, nestled in Slovenia, is the capital of the small Central European country. Combining Mediterranean beauty with art nouveau and baroque styles, the city is a potpourri of worlds, all [...]

  • The Medieval Škofja Loka
    September 12, 2014 , 4 Comments

    It’s hitting that magnificent Golden Hour when we arrive to Škofja Loka (Slovene for Bishop’s Meadow), a medieval city only 25 km from Ljubljana. The day has been a long one, starting [...]

  • ‘Twas the night before Europe
    May 11, 2014 , 12 Comments

    “You won’t make it a month …” Those ominous words echo in my mind, 12 years after I took my first longer-than-a-vacation jaunt to Europe. People were actually rooting for [...]

  • The Europe seduction
    April 21, 2014 , 16 Comments

    There are times I find myself staring at a map, just lost in the possibilities of the world and all of its wonders. Then, the wanderlust begins to bubble up [...]

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