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  • Dolomites, ItalyWe said our goodbyes to Venice and despite wanting to stay longer, we were excited about the drive ahead of us and the mighty Dolomite's that await. With so much to explore, and limited time we picked a few places to Posted by TheNomadWay.com in TheNomadWay.com | May 23, 2019
  • Venice, ItalyThis trip wasn't meant to happen. But when my sister flagged the idea of celebrating her 40th birthday in Italy, my Mum keen to go for the first time, and then not 1 but 2 wedding invitations in the UK Posted by TheNomadWay.com in TheNomadWay.com | May 20, 2019
  • The flights Houston to MilanThis will be the outbound trip only with the return trip Milan to Houston to follow in another posting, please enjoy and provide comments/questions. Planning: My wife and I are headed to Bellagio, Italy, on gorgeous Lake Como for an ei Posted by IAHFLYR in IAHFLYR Blog "A View From The Tower" | Apr 3, 2020
  • Day tripping to PaduaI got up on my own this morning and headed out while the sky was still dark. It was actually kinda neat to be out early morning, 2 other people at the vap stop. Of course, vaps aren't Posted by u2traveller in Europe Holiday 2019 | Apr 1, 2020
  • Mondello, SicilyWhile in Palermo, we opted to take the bus for a day trip over to Mondello. Mondello is a small borough of the city of Palermo and its beach lies between two cliffs called Mount Gallo and Mount Pellegrino. It Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Mar 28, 2020
  • Finding Italian magic in CortonaTravel often provides moments that offer magic in the most unexpected places. Every now and then though, there is a place that provides a connection that resonates on the most existential level. For us, it’s often Italy. This time, it Posted by traciekochanny in Tracie's Travels. Wanderlust part 2. | Mar 28, 2020
  • Let's get off the beaten track Managed to get my husband up early this morning - unfortunately, the sky was cloudy, so no spectacular sunrise, but we did get to watch a couple wedding photo shoots taking place in SMS (seemed to be Asian) as well Posted by u2traveller in Europe Holiday 2019 | Mar 23, 2020
  • Agritourist CampaniaOnce again. A blog rescued from a defunct site. Casale Antonietta We had a week's holiday and we thought that a trip to Italy would fill the spot. I checked online and found an agritourist hotel called Casale Antonietta, It's Posted by InvictaMoto in Italia | May 17, 2009
  • The StartThis blog was created for future and past trips to Italy. On previous visits we haven't been solely to Italy and it has been part of a longer trip incorporating more countries. Some of the previous trips have been lost Posted by InvictaMoto in Italia | Mar 23, 2020
  • 17. Hot and crowded in VeniceMorning started out with our lovely little breakfast at our B&B - Marco always has cereal, some breads/croissants with jams and Nutella, offered us cheese and cold cut meat, along with juice and coffee/tea. With no real plan for Venice, we Posted by u2traveller in Europe Holiday 2019 | Mar 22, 2020
  • Palermo, SicilyOur next adventure took us to Palermo, Sicily! We wanted to go someplace warm and sunny, but not necessarily a beach. Palermo is the capital of the Italian island of Sicily. Palermo was founded by Phoenician traders in the 8th Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Mar 22, 2020
  • Shut insI have received feedback from many of my readers (AKA friends and family) to give another update. Many of you have asked me to try and explain the reasons for Italy's measures in an effort to convince Americans to follow Posted by trackers in ¡Global Nada! | Mar 21, 2020
  • A slice of PisaIt seems unavoidable that roughly three weeks into any of my overseas journeys I am always overcome by a certain fatigue. It’s not ordinary sleepiness, it’s not depression, it’s not physical exhaustion. It’s just a kind of psychological fatigue, this Posted by urbanreverie in Urban Reverie's Travels | Mar 21, 2020
  • Alea iacta estSan Marino is a fantastic little country but there wasn’t much to detain me for more than two nights. I had to keep exploring the world, so I had a buffet breakfast at the Hotel Joli, checked out, and walked Posted by urbanreverie in Urban Reverie's Travels | Mar 21, 2020
  • Banksy does the ApenninesCampobasso railway station. Half past five on a weekday morning. Bleary-eyed clerk in her sixties on Facebook. Unlit filter cigarette hanging from her lips. “Due biglietti per L’Aquilla per favore.” Facebook abandoned. Filter cigarette removed from lips. Posted by Mr Henry in La Dolce Vita di Mr Henry | Mar 20, 2020
  • ItaliaThis was certainly not how I expected to be reviving the blog, but here we are. I am writing to you all in an effort to keep you updated on the situation here as I am sure you all are Posted by trackers in ¡Global Nada! | Mar 12, 2020
  • Castel San ElmoAnother glorious sunny day in Naples for our last full day. Heading out at the end of our street there is a funicular which takes you up 828 metres. At the top is a residential area, shops, along with Posted by bonne vie in Trip of a lifetime | Mar 4, 2020
  • Historic Napoli and the National Archeological MuseumLeaving Sorrento we caught the train to Napoli which is just over an hour away and then swapped to the metro line to arrive at Montesanto. Our apartment is a five minute walk from the train station and at Posted by bonne vie in Trip of a lifetime | Feb 27, 2020
  • Day TrippingA glorious sunny day greeted us as we headed out on a day tour to Positano, Amalfi and Ravello with the coastline a UNESCO heritage site. The view at the crest at the top of the mountain where you can Posted by bonne vie in Trip of a lifetime | Feb 26, 2020
  • Riding High in the AlpsThe road from Venice back to Cannes took us high into the Alps above Turin. The mountain views in this part of the world are absolutely breathtaking... Our lunch stop was in the Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Jun 18, 2005
  • VeniceYou just have to love Venice - but the problem is that everyone loves Venice and the city is sinking under the weight. In a few weeks these canals will be thronged with gondolas carrying snap happy tourists from around Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Jun 18, 2005
  • Train journey and coastsThe sun was shining and birds tweeting as walked from our apartment through the park with our last glimpses of the Colosseum as we made our way to the Rome Termini. Arriving with plenty of time we waited in Posted by bonne vie in Trip of a lifetime | Feb 25, 2020
  • The 5 Best things About Cinque TerreThe Cinque Terre, five towns, is a string of five fishing villages perched high on the Italian Riviera in the region Liguria, which until recently were linked only by mule tracks and accessible only by rail or water. The villages Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Jun 15, 2005
  • Sunday FundaysSunday means family time and in particular shared meals and outdoors in Italy. Because of the volume of people out and about the police and army close and man many roads for pedestrians only. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/990020/large_2C797 Posted by bonne vie in Trip of a lifetime | Feb 24, 2020
  • Padua.Padua is situated forty kilometers west of Venice. It is home to Italy' s second oldest university; founded in 1222. It is a pilgrimage city as well. In fact Padua is the resting place of saint Anthony (from Lisbon). [img=https://photos.travellerspoint Posted by Maurizioagos in My travels. | Feb 23, 2020
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