Category Archives: Take a Trip to

Where I’ve been, what I’ve seen

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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11 Reasons to (Dis)like Sardinia

I am back from Sardinia after spending two weeks there, taking sun baths, diving in the sea, and playing together with my boys (husband and son). If you follow my Instagram as well, you probably already know that I didn’t enjoy this holiday. Why? I’ve come up with 11 reasons to dislike Sardinia to share […]
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5 Tips for Tourists Staying in Rental Apartments in Florence

The recent month had been busy for me, because, first I re-started taking Italian classes three times a week, and second the main reason was that I had been working on the renovation of my little apartment in Borgo San Frediano, and now it is finally ready! I’ve been wanting to renovate the apartment since […]
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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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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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Visit Marble Quarry in Carrara, Homeland of Michelangelo’s David

  Why should you consider a visit to the marble cave in Carrara, when you are in Tuscany? If you are into art, for example Renaissance sculptures, you should definitely come to the marble cave and see in person the raw materials before being turned into fine pieces that are admired over thousand years. If […]
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