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

Horseback Riding through Tuscany

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First off, I have to say Happy Mother’s Day! and auguri! to all the mothers out there! You guys rock! I am writing this post from beautiful Granada, which as some of you may realize, is not in Italy! Jaime … Continued

The Towns of Tuscany: Siena, San Gimignano, Montepulciano, Volterra, & Pienza

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Tuscany is known for all its charming little towns and the great thing about living in Italy is that you actually have time to visit as many as your heart desires. Here’s a little photo diary of all the places … Continued

Visiting Florence (Lessons Learned & Some Do’s and Don’ts)

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Since we moved to Italy back in August, I had been DYING to go to Florence. Rome is cool, but Florence is the birthplace of the Italian language, home of Michelangelo’s David, burial place of so many of Italy’s greats…so … Continued

Carnevale di Viareggio 2014

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Today is Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. In Italy, with it’s strong Catholic background, it is obviously very important. Just as important, however, was what happened before today…Carnevale! Otherwise known as Mardi Gras in the USA. In my … Continued

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