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

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

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

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

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