Author Archives: Sasha Wang

Explore Medici Histories in Florence with Context Travel

Earlier in June, when the weather just started to get warm after a long rainy and cold spring, I was also in the mood to go out and got some sun kisses after a long indoor dormancy! Since I’ve been looking forward to have a proper tour focusing on the theme of the Medici, I decided […]
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Four-Day Family Trip to Madrid

It is good to be back and update something fun here after a long break! In the past few months we’ve been quiet and basically stayed around Florence, ever since the 2018 summer holiday in Puglia. The very first trip of 2019 was to Madrid, Spain. We went during the Easter holiday and stayed 4 […]
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Time For The Annual Event Again: ARTIGIANATO E PALAZZO

After one month of rainy early Spring, it is finally bright and sunny here in Florence. Flowers are blossoming, birds are singing, sunshine pours into your window when you get up in the early morning…… It is time again to enjoy outdoor activities and start planning something, which would make your week, month, year, etc. […]
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3 Day Trip Ideas for Families with Kids

Winter is a tough period of the year. And for families with kids, it is even tougher. Why is that? Putting aside that the weather is usually not preferred, aka either rainy or gloomy, we need to think of methods to entertaining the kids at home. During the whole almost always raining December, I scratched […]
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My Cinque Terre Trip | Photo diary and travel tips

Cinque Terre being one of the most famous places in Italy has been visited, talked, reviewed million times in different platforms. I was shy to admit that after living in Italy for more than two years, I hadn’t visited this enchanted place. But this October things had been changed! Thanks to my girl Iris, who […]
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Happy Autober! My Favorite Autumn October Weekend in Tuscany

Summer is over, officially! But don’t be sad, as Autumn in October is still lively. Temperature has dropped and the weather is cooler. But for the ocean lovers, although it is now too cold to swim, it is still warm enough to lay on the beach for a sunny afternoon; for those are gelato addicted, […]
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Things You Shouldn’t Miss in North-East Sardinia

After posting my sarcastic post 11 Reasons to Dislike Sardinia, I felt that I owe the island a proper “Thank You” and “Miss You” post. My two-week stay in the North-East part of Sardinia had been relaxing. The first week we stayed in Golfo Aranci, and the second one we moved down a bit to […]
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