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Travel: The Hidden Beauty of Italy

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There are plenty of spots in Italy that are on the must-see lists of people who travel to this Mediterranean country. Of course, seeing the capital city of Rome, with its famous Colosseum and the Arch of Constantine, the City of Bridges, as canal laden Venice is sometimes called and the country’s provinces that are known for its wine making…

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Travel: A ‘Roman Holiday’ Kind of Holiday

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joiseyshowaa / Foter / CC BY-SA   In William Wyler’s 1953 movie, Roman Holiday, Audrey Hepburn plays a princess wanting desperately to escape her strictly regimented life and experience Rome as a mere tourist. In the film, Gregory Peck is a reporter who happens upon her before he knows who she is. He of course falls in love after agreeing…

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Travel: Top 5 Spectacular Luxury Tourist Spots

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With time people are asking for more luxury in everything and this trend is making a big place in travel also. Now travelers are ready to pay huge amount and in return they want more luxury that include personalized attention, best comfortable stay, best food, and visits to memorable place and more exciting experience. To have this experience travelers are…

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Travel Guest Post: Top Luxury Hotels in Rome

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Hotel de Russie, Rome.  Rome is an opulent setting with thousands of years of history and culture for your exploration and enjoyment. There are examples of ornate architecture on nearly every corner, and lavish works of art adorn buildings throughout the city. Sumptuous, decadent meals await you in bistros and restaurants. It is only fitting that the host of your…

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Travel: Museums in the Sorrentine Peninsula

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The popular and religious traditions are part of the social fabric and are kept in museums in the Sorrentine Peninsula to enhance the historical roots of this magnificent peninsula. You will also go to the discovery of the local culture by visiting museums in which they the testimonies of the ancient arts of Sorrento are collected: Correale Museum The museum…

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Travel Guest Post: Guide to Liguria

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Liguria is a northern province of Italy also known as the Italian Riviera. The area boasts good weather with 300 days of annual sunshine, as well as little Italian villages taking you back to another time. There are also plenty of beautiful beaches to choose from and mountains which are ideal for sporty types. Unlike its neighbor Tuscany, the area…

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Travel Guest Post: LuxeFoods in Tuscany

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Known and appreciated throughout the world, Tuscan food is simple and natural, made of few ingredients that, skilfully combined together, give life to unique and delicious dishes. To have the key role is the Tuscan bread, salt-free and strictly prepared with different flavours and shapes. Together with other tasty ingredients, it becomes the basis for many recipes. Among the starters…

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Travel Guest Post: Easter in Sorrento, Italy

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In the Campania region, truly exceptional processions are held during Easter. This is a once in a lifetime experience from both a religious and cultural standpoint. Sorrento offers the most beautiful processions that more than often can touch the heart and soul of every visitor. If you are looking for a different place to spend Easter, Sorrento is definitely the…

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Travel Guest Post: 4 Reasons to Holiday in Sorrento

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How not to fall in love in front of the magnificent panorama of the Sorrento Peninsula? There are many reasons to fall in love with Sorrento. The first reason is the food. Although seemingly simple, the dishes of Sorrento are the result of imagination and estrus of local people who have taken the ingredients of the place and have reworked…

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Travel Guest Post: Sardinia in May

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Sardinia is the largest island of the Mediterraneo is a fantastic place to spend a luxury holiday   before the always crowded  summer season. If you like to avoid touristic mass affluence you can travel in May and June, the best time to visit Sardinia. Airlines offer low–cost flights from many European capitals in the shortest possible time. Getting to the…

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european highlights

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Where exactly did July go? It’s been an amazing month, and I have been all over the world…literally! Here are some of the highlights: ***Having an authentic ham and cheese crepe on the Champs Elysees at 1am with a handful of special people that just happened to be in Paris at the same time, then hanging out at an underground…

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