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  • Venice==Welcome to my first travel blog post== ===Here you will find my pictures and stories regarding my weekend trip to Venice!=== My mom helped me explore Aviano and settle in for the first few days before spending the weekend in Venice with Posted by hannah_bartlett in An Adventure a Day Keeps the Doctor Away | Oct 17, 2021
  • Lake ComoThe third and final leg of this trip was on a train going north from Milan to the city of Lecco. Lecco is one of many towns and cities located on the shores of the famous lake Como. Being so far Posted by Robhall in The highs and the lows of northern Italy | Oct 7, 2021
  • MilanAfter 3 days in Turin, we got on one of Italy's not so great trains and headed towards the economic capital of Milan. I had high hopes for this part of the trip and to put it simply it did Posted by Robhall in The highs and the lows of northern Italy | Oct 6, 2021
  • TurinOne important thing to be aware of when visiting northern Italy is the weather. Although the country is often seen as a sunny Mediterranean resort, this isn't the case up north. Located just south of the snowy alps, Turin can Posted by Robhall in The highs and the lows of northern Italy | Oct 6, 2021
  • Mel. A beautiful little village in the Veneto region. Mel is a small village located almost halfway between Belluno and Feltre. It is so small you can explore it in a couple of hours. Small, but beautiful. Posted by Maurizioagos in My travels. | Oct 3, 2021
  • Flying OutEarly Monday morning, our shuttle picked us up for the Rome airport. The airport was efficient, comfortable, and very modern. It may be the best we have seen in all our travels. Now, we were headed back to the Posted by Deuxenvacances in Italy | Sep 28, 2021
  • A Return to RomeWe were up early, packed our bags, and headed to the cafe. This was our day to leave Sorrento for Rome, the end of our trip. We dropped the keys to the apartment a the cafe, “These are Posted by Deuxenvacances in Italy | Sep 28, 2021
  • Sorrento to the Amalfi CoastIn the morning, after cappuccino and pastry, we took the bus down to the port and dock 6. A burly man with CREW writing on the back of his blue polo shirt immediately asked, “Positano, Amalfi,” but his accent Posted by Deuxenvacances in Italy | Sep 28, 2021
  • Sorrento to PompeiBefore alarms rang, Sally was at our door to talk about solving our lack of agreement the night before about the next two days. Before our alarm rang, Sally was at our door, knocking quietly. Have I mentioned Posted by Deuxenvacances in Italy | Sep 28, 2021
  • Leaving Montepulciano for the South of ItalyIt was sad to leave our Montepulciano parking lot, drive through the winding streets, pass under the arch of the city wall, and jiggled down cobbled street lined with cypress. After a few minutes, we were on the motorway, Posted by Deuxenvacances in Italy | Sep 28, 2021
  • Mushrooms and wineAfter coffee and pastry, we intended to visit some markets and vineyards. We have yet to figure out the code for finding farmer’s markets like we can easily find in Paris or Montreal. Winding up the hill away Posted by Deuxenvacances in Italy | Sep 27, 2021
  • Montepulciano to OrvietoBefore our drive to Orvieto, there was some discussion of "experiencing the road." Some of my fellow travelers think I aim for the bumps or speed up in the curves. I point out there is offend Posted by Deuxenvacances in Italy | Sep 27, 2021
  • Day trip to AssisiWith phone in hand for navigation, we headed off to Assisi for another day trip. Assisi, another walled hill town, is the home of Saint Francis of Assisi, who took a vow of humility and poverty. Francis believed Posted by Deuxenvacances in Italy | Sep 25, 2021
  • Day trip to SienaToday is a return to Siena. After entering the gate, we parked in virtually the same place. We walked up the hill to the Piazza del Campo, then on to the Duomo di Siena, the Siena Cathedral. After Posted by Deuxenvacances in Italy | Sep 25, 2021
  • Drive to MontepulcianoToday was Cindy's birthday, and we were celebrating, but Cindy kept saying that a birthday in Italy was all she needed. We ate breakfast at our old cafe and gave it a sad goodbye. We grabbed our bags, Posted by Deuxenvacances in Italy | Sep 23, 2021
  • The Accademia Gallery, Boboli Gardens, and supperWe tried a new cafe this morning, on a larger street at the end of our block. Our street is a passageway in the narrow space between 4-5 story 19th-century buildings, cheek to jowl, every so often a massive door, Posted by Deuxenvacances in Italy | Sep 23, 2021
  • Pisa and LuccaAfter cappuccino, we walked down to the bus stop, but the bus would not arrive for 25 minutes. We could walk to the train station as fast. This was our day to visi Posted by Deuxenvacances in Italy | Sep 18, 2021
  • NotoBy bus to Noto. After the earthquake 1693, destroying big parts of southeastern Sicily, the whole town was rebuilt 9 km south of the old site, no public transport and not much to see there. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/871419/large_IMG_2021090 Posted by UliS in Summer 2021 | Sep 8, 2021
  • Renaissance and SandwichesOur local cafe served us a cappuccino and a pastry. Note the dog in the picture. Dogs show up in cafes and even restaurants. After breakfast, we headed off to Posted by Deuxenvacances in Italy | Sep 18, 2021
  • Travel ain't for SissiesAfter cafe and pastries, we pulled our luggage to the train station, not a bad walk, maybe a bit over half a mile. The train station was busy. There were people at Posted by Deuxenvacances in Italy | Sep 17, 2021
  • Day trip to RevennaThe train to Ravenna looked a bit complicated. One app said we changed trains. In another, the return train was only once a day. I pulled up the app from Train Italy (Trenitalia) and found regular trains Posted by Deuxenvacances in Italy | Sep 16, 2021
  • Mont Blanc Tour - Day 4===Description=== Free day in Courmayeur with optional walk ===Lodging=== Hôtel Berthod ===Details=== Day 4 was our off day which was much appreciated by all! We slept in a bit and wandered around the town, interestingly there was a big multi-day t Posted by kjbruno in The Couple on Foot - Mont Blanc Trek | Sep 10, 2021
  • PalermoAnd finally to Palermo. When returning to Vienna it was necessary to show the 'Green Pass' when entering the Palermo airport, also when arriving in Vienna. Cattedrale di Paler Posted by UliS in Summer 2021 | Sep 13, 2021
  • Mont Blanc Tour - Day 3===Description=== Les Chapieux to La Visaille and Courmayeur; 10 miles (about 6.5 hours of walking), moderate to challenging, 2,645-ft. elevation gain, 3,050-ft. elevation loss. ===Lodging=== Hôtel Berthod Via Mario Puchoz, 11 Courmayeur, Italy Tel + Posted by kjbruno in The Couple on Foot - Mont Blanc Trek | Sep 9, 2021
  • CefalùBy bus to Palermo then train to Cefalu. Chiesa du Cefalù Chiesa du Cefalù [img=https://photos. Posted by UliS in Summer 2021 | Sep 13, 2021
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