In the past year or so, I’ve become an avid fan of Twitter – and while I do use it quite a bit for work, I also find it really helpful for keeping with friends I’ve made in Italy (thankfully, most of them are geeky enough to be active Twitterers, […]
Want to be surrounded by shiny, red Ferraris? Then head for the Ferrari Museum in Maranello, Italy.
This Italian recipe comes from my blogging friend Robin of My Melange, whose photos of this delicious recipe are almost making me drool on my keyboard. No joke. I had never even heard of frying a zucchini blossom, until I arrived in Italy that is. In fact, the thought of […]
Italy, like almost every place on earth, has shoulder seasons between its high and low seasons. Although Italy’s shoulder seasons are shorter than they are in some other places, March is still very much part of Italy’s spring shoulder season – and, for a few reasons, an excellent time to […]
These Venice hotels offer something a little different than what you might expect in the canal city.
With the vast majority of the bodies crowding St. Mark’s Square every day being tourists, it’s probably not surprising that there are more hotels in Venice than you can imagine – with more popping up every day. In order to help you find the perfect hotel in Venice, therefore, I’ve […]
Some news from Italy for your Sunday reading pleasure: One Italian wine maker is going to be dropping more than 6,000 bottles of his spumante into the sea to let them age on the sea floor for 18 months. Which, even if it doesn’t do anything to the flavor of […]
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Looking for cheap hotels near the Venice train station? Look no further.
Over the Christmas holidays I kept reading updates from my Italian friends about the amount of snow they were getting, even in places that didn’t often see much of the white stuff. Well, one of my Italian teachers visited her family near Milan over the holiday break and she returned […]