Italy

Sensual, romantic, historic, and a gastronomic treat!

“Open my heart and you will see engraved inside of it…Italy”
~ Robert Browning.

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Follow the Rainbow in Burano, Italy – (Caution, May Need Sunglasses)
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How to Spend a Day in Barga, Italy – Photo Essay
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Sistine Chapel & Vatican Museums – After Hours w/ Walks of Italy
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Noshing Through Rome With #EatingItaly Rome Food Tour
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Tower of Pisa at Dawn – Photo Essay
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Florence Food Tour with Walks of Italy
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Michelangelo’s David At Dusk

Follow the Rainbow in Burano, Italy – (Caution, May Need Sunglasses)

 

Famous for it’s beautiful lace, tapestries, and wildly colorful houses, Burano, Italy is a photographer’s dream! Just a 45 minute ride on the vaporetto from Venice’s Nuovo station and it feels as though you’ve stepped into a fresh palette of paints.

Enjoy!

How to Spend a Day in Barga, Italy – Photo Essay

Barga. Beautiful Barga, Italy. It’s worthy of a much longer visit, but if you have only one day to spend, here are few items NOT to miss… 1. Il DUOMO. For such a small hill town, Barga has a plethora of churches! Nine, in fact, including the spectacular hilltop Il […]

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Sistine Chapel & Vatican Museums – After Hours w/ Walks of Italy

  It’s definitely on most people’s bucket list – visit Vatican City and see the famous Sistine Chapel ceilings – Michelangelo’s masterpiece and the spectacular grandeur that is Rome. Not only did we get an expertly guided tour of the Sistine Chapel, but also of the magnificent Vatican Museums themselves. […]

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Noshing Through Rome With #EatingItaly Rome Food Tour

Food! Glorious Food! It’s an Italian tradition – slow food, good food, taking the time to savor and taste as well as to enjoy the company of those who are sharing the meal with you. And if all of this happens on a sunny evening in a trendy, chic Roman […]

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Tower of Pisa at Dawn – Photo Essay

Few images are as iconic as the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy. Opened in 1372 as a freestanding campanile (bell tower) to accompany Pisa’s Cathedral and Baptistry of the Piazza del Duomo or Cathedral Square. The tower was constructed in three stages across 199 years. Work on the ground […]

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Florence Food Tour with Walks of Italy

We can’t say we weren’t warned. “Be sure you come to the tour with an empty stomach…” Walks of Italy said. GOOD ADVICE! The Florence Food Tour scores a huge hit for foodies like us who enjoy not only eating and drinking locally when we travel, but seeing more of […]

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Michelangelo’s David At Dusk

Imagine having the Florence Accademia Gallery – and Michelangelo’s magnificent David sculpture – practically all to yourself for an evening. Your entertaining and knowledgeable guide transports you back to the life and times of the world’s greatest sculptor. All while sipping an aperitivo and nibbling on Tuscan specialties like Panzanella […]

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