Italy

A Piccolo Italy Update

Ciao! When I last left you we were in the terminal stages  of preparing for our family move to Italy. Well… we made it! All four of us are now in Bologna, where it is currently raining heavily. To be honest, not that much has happened yet, but I didn’t want to leave you hanging …

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Learning Patience Abroad: 5 Tips on Surviving Travel with 30 Female Art History Students

Traveling with thirty female students wasn’t easy for me nor our university professor set on taking us to 6 different Veneto cities and towns over three weeks. We were there to learn about the Venetian Renaissance and the eventual rise and fall of the Empire as well our libidos. Additionally, my first time abroad to …

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Gluten Free Guide to Italy

I recently went to Italy for the first time. Going to the land of pasta and pizza sounds like heaven on Earth right? Well, for a Celiac like me, it seems like the land of gluten and tummy troubles. I had heard rumors, though, that Italy wasn’t as difficult for gluten free diet followers as …

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First Time Adventures in Italy

Adventure while traveling comes in every shape and size. Sometimes it’s climbing a 14k foot volcano, sometimes it’s snorkeling with whale sharks or trying fried tarantulas or even spending a day with a remote hill tribe. A first trip to Italy typically involves a whirlwind experience of a handful of provinces, sightseeing and eating as …

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Italy: The Best and Worst

Wow, I have been writing about Italy forever, haven’t I? There is just so much to say and I could probably go on and on (particularly about food), but I think I’ve reached the end of my Italian musings for the time being. Which means it’s time for Best and Worst! Total Days: 15 Total …

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Let’s Make Bruschetta!

Yup, we’re going to do the cooking thing now. I don’t talk about it much on here, but in the past year or so I’ve gotten really into cooking. I’m still not very advanced but I do really enjoy the process (and the end results). I mostly focus on simple and healthy dishes (although I …

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The Covered Walkways of Bologna

If there ever was a city made for people like me, it’s Bologna, Italy. Not just because of the food (although, oh man….), or the history or the plethora of bookstores. No, the reason I immediately knew Bologna was my kind of place was the porticos. Much to my dismay I’ve become notorious for constantly …

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