Welcome! I’m Victoria!
La dolce vita for me! And for you! Travel consultant, blogger, writer, tour leader & published author, I love sharing no-nonsense travel tips, advice and insights. Let's plan your next great trip, perhaps to Italy with me?!
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Taormina is a picturesque hill town hugging the rugged eastern coastline of Sicily. With its steep, narrow passageways and breathtaking vistas, for me, it’s pure magic… The first time I woke up in Taormina, it was almost exactly 10 years … Continue reading
Perhaps, like me, you’ve never heard of chinotto? My introduction was in September when we visited a chinotto plantation in the Savona province of Liguria… Join me, won’t you, and we’ll learn about this unusual fruit together…
Today we will meet a master sculptor from the Salento sub-region of Puglia. Today we will meet Renzo Buttazzo…
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season … Continue reading
You’re Invited to Join Me in Italy! La dolce vita awaits! Affordable, authentic & unique boutique experiences! Perfect for couples, solos, friends, mother & daughters… Small groups (no more than 10 or 12 guests) Travel LIKE a local with local … Continue reading
And I’m not even Irish! Won’t you listen up and take a look?? Someone is Going to Be On the Air…… and That Someone is Me!!! Yours truly will be on the air & live in the studio of: “Around … Continue reading
I’m not sure why so much that I write about centers around food (hmmmm…), but I’m especially fond of visiting Italy’s food markets and the friendly (and hard working) artisans who proudly display and offer their local produce, delicacies, and … Continue reading