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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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Why Genoa? Because it IS “La Superba”, that’s why! Often underrated and overlooked, be prepared to be delighted and pleasantly surprised… So, first I have a confession… Before I was contacted by and subsequently partnered with BeautifuLiguria, I knew precious … Continue reading
“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
♥ More Precious Moments, Indelible Memories… ♥ “The Face of Italy” was a very personal post, not only about my own Italian-American roots but, about the lovely people of Italy that I have been so very fortunate to meet in … Continue reading
Florence is a treasure trove of classic art, a must destination for art lovers and students. In droves, visitors flock to the Uffizi, the Duomo, Piazza della Signoria, Santa Croce, the Bargello…
Announcing! A New Boutique Tour from PostcardZ from Victoria! You are cordially invited to join us in magnificent, breathtaking Tuscany! Let’s DiZcover Tuscany’s Treasures! September 23 – October 2, 2016
“La Città Nella Roccia”—The Town Carved Out of RockNestled in the “arch” of the boot between Puglia and Campania, Basilicata was, until recently, a lesser known and less visited region of Italy. However, with the surge in popularity of Matera … Continue reading
Passeggiata is derived from the Italian verb passeggiare meaning to stroll or take a slow walk. Well, we know about slow food in Italy, but slow walking, too? Si! And what a delightful tradition it is. Around midday (usually 1:00-1:30pm), … Continue reading
As far as I’m concerned the two best times to travel anywhere are spring and fall. Avoiding the summer crowds and heat as well as high season prices, make them are the perfect times to enjoy la dolce vita! And … Continue reading
Now, it’s the home stretch to…Italy! How I get ready and some tips for YOU! ♦ ◊ ♦ Last week I shared about how Italy is my “moveable feast”…the place that I carry in my heart wherever I go…and I … Continue reading