Rome is starting to have a few more visitors, but it has taken months since the country reopened and for sure the tourist landscape has totally changed. Now instead of Chinese and American tourists, there are mainly Italians… Read More
Piedmont is known for its wine and food. It is after all where wines such as Barbera, Nebbiolo and Dolcetto are produced and also where the slow food movement began.
Could anything be more romantic than spending Valentine’s Day in Verona, home to star-crossed lovers Romeo and Juliet? Sure it might seem a little too obvious, but that is a good thing. Valentine’s Day is all about being… Read More
There has been a lot of weather talk going on in my family lately. There is my sister in NYC, us here, another sis in Dubai and yet another sis deep in the heart of Texas 🙂 Oddly… Read More
When you just cannot take another museum, monument or a non-stop day of walking, thinking about visiting one of Italy’s many terme or natural springs. There are a variety of baths in Italy offering various therapeutic properties –… Read More