Our Weekend in the Amalfi Coast

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I thought about breaking this part of our road trip down into several posts, but the truth is if I do that I’m going to be talking about our summer adventures deep into winter (thanks to my procrastination, of course). … Continued

Photo Diary of Pisa

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We’ve been to Pisa two times and for some reason I haven’t blogged about it. The first time was back in March the weekend we went to Viareggio’s Carnevale and the second time was during our summer road trip, one the … Continued

Tips for Visiting Cinque Terre, PLUS Cinque Terre Sunset Pictures!

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They say Italians are not the best at being on time, but I beg to differ. There’s one aspect about Italy that is usually very on time and that is the weather. Last week while we were staying in the … Continued

Cinque Terre, Part 2: Vernazza & Manarola

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I am a little upset I haven’t been able to post anything in a week. For those of you that follow me on Instagram (and if you don’t, hint hint) you’d know we are not in Rome, but in a wonderful beach … Continued

Beach Day in Cinque Terre

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Picture this: It’s June or July and you’re on the trip of a lifetime in Italy. You’ve been to Rome and seen all the architecture, you’ve been to Florence and seen all the art, but by this point it’s hot … Continued

The Gardens of Vatican City

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Note: Post was written last week, when it was scheduled to come out, but Blogger ignored my schedule. Boo, Blogger.  Summer is finally dwindling down here in Rome, although hopefully temperatures will still remain warm throughout September. Jaime and I … Continued

The Palace of Caserta

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Earlier this year (yes, these past two posts have been about places we went a long time ago yet I neglected to write about), Jaime’s co-workers arranged a weekend outing to Caserta, a city about 40 kilometers north of Naples, … Continued

A Day-Trip from Rome: Villa d’Este

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A few months ago, back when Spring was just beginning to take hold and the flowers were in full bloom all over Rome, we decided it was just the right time to visit Villa d’Este. Now, I’ll be honest: one … Continued

What not to miss in Córdoba!

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After about eight months in our apartment, I have to say I am very happy with our choice. It wasn’t our first choice, but I have to admit that it was a better choice for us, even if our first … Continued

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