Amalfi is not a place where you need to go with your to do list, a tight schedule or a must see check list, it’s a place that expects you to discover it, to feel it and to taste it! My first and only advise I can really give you is this: forget the list at home, go enjoy getting lost, have that gelato, taste that limoncello, live loud and love hard! Read More
You either love it or you hate it! There is no 'I kind of like it'! It's crowded - oh so crowded, it’s dirty, it smells and the traffic is hell! Buuuut it's also full of colors, awesome crazy people, beautiful buildings and amazingly good food! Napoli is the place to go if you want to feel alive and if you want to experience the veritable Italian spirit! Read More
You can find part one (Ravenna and San Marino) - here and part II ( Venice) - here! Read More
After my 5 wonderful hours in Venice, in my last day in Italy I decided that it's time for Bologna! (small info: Bologna is know as "Red City" (la rossa) and previous nicknames were "The Learned One" (la dotta) and "The Fat One" (la grassa) ).
You can read part I here! Read More
Now I'll continue my babbling about Italy and my teeny-tiny adventure as a solo traveler! As I told you in my previous post, I'll talk only about Venice, because it deserves her special place!
My 3rd day was all about Venice! I woke up very excited, at 7am, and I couldn't wait to get there!
My Solo Trips are a dear project of mine, well... not quite a project as a series of teeny-tiny adventures. Two years ago I decided that it is time to travel alone, to see how it feels to be a solo traveler. My first trip expectations went from "it will be amazing to be all alone and to make all the photos I want" to "OMG, I'm going to be all alone!"! Read More