Stai Al Borgo Featured on GPSmyCity Apps & Upgrade Giveaway

Hello my dear readers, How are you enjoying the hot summer days so far! Here in Florence we have bright sunshine almost every day, long daytime that allows us to explore the city, and many new interesting places in town to be discovered… Are you also wondering how to turn these hidden gem, or suggestions […]
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5 Questions To: Emiko Davies

Welcome back to another episode of #5QuestionsTo series. This time I am in talk with a talented lady, who I’ve been longing for interviewing: Emiko Davies. I met Emiko the first time during a gathering at Giulia’s place, when I learned that she was a food writer. And in the many later contacts , I have also […]
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10 Mother’s Day Gift Idea: What to Get for Mom/ Wife

Thinking about what gift to buy for Mother’s Day? See my 10 ideas that may help

5 Questions To: Georgette Jupe

The interviewee of the 3rd episode of my #5QuestionsTo is a no stranger to us: Georgette Jupe! If you search for travel information about Florence online, most likely you would end up to her blog Girl In Florence, where you find valuable and practical information on traveling/ living in Florence. Besides being the writer to […]
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A Day In Florence: Accademia Gallery Visit + City Walk

Last week marked the beginning of the nice weather of 2017! It was sunny and warm; the tourists started to come up, which brought the dormant city back to live. Everyday I spent some time outdoor to make sure I was enjoying the most of this golden week, and one of the best time I had was […]
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5 Questions To: Valentina Dainelli

A long black jacket with a black brimmed hat on top. It was the signature look of Valentina Dainelli that stuck in my mind. The first time I met her, I thought she was too cool to talk to a stranger in English. Then the event that proved me wrong was the #WinterInRome blog tour […]
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Why A Food Tour Is Needed When In Bologna

Bologna is an attracting place to me: it is a city pained with the characteristic terracotta red, where you find the skyscraper tall medieval towers and the portico along the street that exist nowhere else; there are tons of shops, which make you wish to have more money and more time to spend; and the […]
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