Desenzano Del Garda, Italy

Italy is full of surprises. Even though most people flock to the most popular destinations in Italy such as Cinque Terre, the Amalfi Coast or Tuscany (and people should see them) sometimes we forget there are other towns that are worth visiting. One of those towns is Desenzano.  Advertisements

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Cinque Terre: Riomaggiore

Mama Mia! It was the first thing we saw upon entering the city center of Riomaggiore. It sounds and it was clichè but, we so went for it.  V & I stood in the long line and ordered the mix calamari option. Delish! We were hungry and had seconds. I will never forget feeling full […]

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Winding down on Top of Duomo

Milano is hot this week. Peeking at 80 degrees F today, I was sweating like crazy in the sun. I was glad to cool off when we went up to the rooftop of Milan’s famous attraction the Duomo Cathedral. 

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At A Crossroads

We’re at that point in time where I’m realising that my time in Europe and for some of my friends, is coming to an end. It hit me last week when my friend announced that she officially bought her flight tickets to go back home in the next few weeks. When I heard those words, […]

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Cinque Terre: Manarola

They say Manarola is the smallest of them all. It’s true. Although, when you walk along the port through a walk-path that wraps around the ocean front rock formation, it makes Manarola actually look bigger than it appears to be. It’s the best way to see Manarola in its entirety because you get a nice picturesque view of the village from […]

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Cinque Terre: Monterosso

At first, I had mixed feelings about Monterosso. We came here on our first day running through puddles with rain pouring down on us harder than any other times I’ve ever experienced in my entire life. It’s one of those moments that I’m trying to forget because the 2nd time we came, Monterosso was beautiful. I remembered […]

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