Tuesday, October 23, 2018
The majestic port city of Genoa, Italy (Genova in Italian) has been one of the first republics of Italy, dating back to the Renascence. Its power comes to fruition after it defeated Pisa in 1278...
Chianti Wine Tour Let’s talk about wine. I mean, it is almost impossible to talk about Italy without mentioning wine, or maybe that’s just a me thing. Before my vacation, I had heard how cheap, delicious,...
Oktoberfest: basically any college students dream. Drinking (chugging) Liters of beer all day, eating what I call, “fair food”, and singing and dancing with thousands of your closest friends. I mean, what is not to...
Just a few days ago, I participated in a Florence VIP Duomo Tour. This tour was probably one of my favorite things I did while in Florence! The world famous Duomo di Firenze, which I...
Having spent a few days in in the bustling city of Florence, I was yearning for a relaxing escape. I had heard so many wonderful things about the stunning villages of Cinque Terre ( click...
I love to travel, as do many others. After a few years of venturing Europe each summer, finding the best-priced airline ticket is the main reason for us to embark on our adventures or dismiss...
Studying in Italy definitely has its benefits, I mean you’re in the place to be for history junkies. The best country to be living and experiencing history. Spanning from the Prehistoric Ages through the Middle...
Riomaggoire (june 2018), Cinque Terre
Cinque Terre, a beautiful place. Or should I say 5 beautiful places? Cinque Terre meaning five lands is just off the coast of the Italian Riviera. These five fishing villages hidden in the mountains have...
Saturday was a good day indeed, we had the chance to go on a little walkabout Bologna cause of the Biografilm Festival at Parco del Cavaticcio, defo a thing to check out if you’re gonna...
So you’re in Florence. A most beautiful city, full of art and history. Feeling homesick? - perhaps not, but whether you are or not you could still visit an unexpected hidden Teashop just outside the centre of Florence. Well, centre if you’re British or center if you’re American. But you know what I mean. It’s not a long walk, around 20 minutes from the centre. However, if your legs are not up to it then you can get to it by bus number 3, 6 or 20. The area is called San Salvi named after the church San Michele a San Salvi, which was built in the 11th century and is not far from the Campo di Marte Station. Back to the Tearoom then in Via Carlo Poma, 7/9r, Florence.