Weekend in Amsterdam!

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Last year, we found an awesome hotel and flight deal to visit Amsterdam in mid-April. I was super excited about it because even though it was definitely one of those places on my travel wish list, I wasn’t very optimistic … Continued

Early Christian Monuments of Ravenna

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Ravenna, a city in the province of Emilia-Romagna, was one of those pleasant surprises that we might not have discovered if it wasn’t for our UNESCO goal. In fact, I will admit that I went in thinking that I was … Continued

St. Moritz & the Rhaetian Railway

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Continuing our goal of visiting every single Italian UNESCO site, this time we had to drive across the border to Switzerland to see the Rhaetian Railway, a train line that connects Italy to Switzerland through the Alps!

Valentine’s Day in Verona

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Verona, most famous nowadays as the setting for Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, is a city located in the Veneto region of Italy. Last year, we spend Valentine Day in Venice and immediately thought it would be a good idea to spend Valentine’s Day in Verona this year.

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.

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