New Years Eve in Ferrara

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Italy’s full of surprises and Ferrara is no different! New Years Eve in Ferrara consisted of some great food and an amazing pyrotechnic fireworks display at midnight!

Paestum & Le Strade della Mozzarella

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The ruins of Paestum are some of the most well-preserved ancient monuments in the world. If that’s not enough, Paestum is home to the best mozzarella di buffala in Italy.

A Day in Pompeii

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A few months back we spent a day in Pompeii, or the ruins of the ancient city buried by a volcanic eruption. Pompeii is a very well-known tourist spot, with many people taking time to visit from Rome or Naples. All … Continued

Viennese Christmas Markets + What we ate in Vienna

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One of the main reasons we went to Vienna, as well as one of the main reasons you should go to Vienna, is for the Viennese Christmas markets. All over the city, in big squares and small, little markets spring up selling … Continued

City Break: A Weekend in Vienna, Part Two.

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Hi, guys, today I’m going to continue with the rest of the sights we saw on our weekend in Vienna, excluding the famous Vienna Christmas markets and what we ate, which will get it’s own separate post!

City Break: A Weekend in Vienna, Part One

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We’re still editing pictures from the last week of 2014, so today I’m going to write about our weekend in Vienna back in November. I cannot stop gushing about Vienna. In fact, I originally planned to include all the sights in this post but I just had way too many pictures to share to only pick a few. Instead, I’ll break it up in a few posts, starting with this one on the royal sights of our weekend in Vienna.

Christmas Season 2014 in Rome

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Finally, I’m back! Basically, I took a much longer holiday vacation than I had anticipated. December was a wild month and we started 2015 going at about a million miles an hour. First off, Happy New Year! Since the last … Continued

A Beginner’s Guide to Naples

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Last week I was MIA the entire week, so here’s a little play-by-play of what’s going on in my life.  We were out of town until Tuesday night. Jaime had to go all the way to Lecce in Puglia for … Continued

Assisi, the Jewel of Umbria

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I generally prefer writing about a place we’ve been to as soon as possible after we get back. Otherwise, I start to forget little details that I might have wanted to include in my blog post. However, it is also … Continued

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About a Papal Mass at the Vatican.

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Special Announcement: As you know if you follow me on Facebook (hint, hint, you should), I’m finally making the leap to a self-hosted blog with my very own domain name (this is the most exciting part for me!!!). Within the … Continued