My first November in Florence was filled with too many new things for me to grasp the many changing sights around me – now I see the seasons unfold.
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Visiting Florence, or Italy, in the summer is seen as ‘the thing to do’! Its summer, after all, what could be better? Why not travel in the off-season, and go beyond the Tuscan capital to savour the seasonal delights of this beautiful place.
My Celebrations of the Birthday continues – I’ve been travelling for Days 6, 7 and 8. This bodes well for a travel writer! As a travel blogger, I am about to start Day 3 of this year’s TBDI event at TTG Incontri… That is to say that I’m at the relatively new Travel Bloggers Destination Italy. […]
For many years I have been trying to find a tiramisu to rival one I had in Sydney in 2000. Could I finally have found one to match it?
Birthdays aren’t always a party, and this year is no exception. There is nothing for it… Day 3 was a work day. So is Day 4 and Day 5.
One of the lovely things of having lived in Florence for almost two years is the friendships with incredible people who also love the country and the city!
What started as a moment of silliness has turned into a lot of fun… Celebrating my birthday week with friends and different occasions, all including food!
The mild climate of Florence and strong tradition of celebrating life means that there is a series of traditional festivals throughout the year.
Spending time at Lake Como is a dream for many. A chance to see the lake, the cities of Como and the beautiful Bellagio might seem out of reach. And if you don’t like organized tours, and don’t want to drive in Italy, is the dream possible? Thankfully it is not only possible to take a day trip from Milan and get a taste of the delights of Lake Como, it is easy.