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April 5, 2015 , No comments

The birthplace of Lambrusco. Of Ferrari. Of Pavarotti. Of balsamic vinegar. Of magical sunsets dipping down behind ancient walls. This is Emilia Romagna, a stunning region in Italy where charm, […]

Life in the Ferrari Fast Lane

March 22, 2015 , 12 Comments

I climb into the cherry road cockpit of the Ferrari, nervous. “I haven’t been behind the wheel of a car in months,” I explain to my ...

21 photos from Italy’s Cinque Terre region

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 ( ...

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 Italian villages together. [...]

  • Photos of Venice, Italy
    November 12, 2014 , 20 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 [...]

  • Are tourists ruining Venice?
    October 14, 2014 , 52 Comments

    In front of me, a sea of people spans in all directions, even as the gray clouds above us threaten to burst. Deep in the heart of San Marco Square, [...]

  • Mourning and the Adriatic
    July 16, 2014 , 10 Comments

    One of the last memories I have of the Adriatic Sea is standing on its rocky shore in Trogir, Croatia, bending down and picking up a smooth stone to take [...]

  • Really, I’m a planner.
    October 7, 2009 , No comments

    The last time I had traveled alone I ended up in Venice twice. I had met two Aussies and clicked with them, and they were going there and invited me. It sounded like a good plan, so I tagged along with them there and to Verona. One split fr ...

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