Things to do in Positano (In a Day)

When people imagine the Italian coast, they think of gorgeous scenery, mountainside towns, and little houses painted in rainbow colors. Positano is all this and more. This small town on the Amalfi Coast sits between Sorrento and Amalfi and has been a popular tourist destination for ages. Celebrity sightings are common and during the height […]

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How to Get to the Amalfi Coast (from Rome)

The Amalfi Coast is fast becoming one of the most popular tourist destinations in Italy. After the big three (Rome, Florence, Venice), many travellers are heading over to the gorgeous coastline that lies to the south of Naples. After seeing countless photos, blog posts and Pinterest images of Amalfi and its surrounding towns of Ravello, Positano, and […]

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Weekly Favorites 21/9/16

We’re finally starting to feel the fall weather in Rome this week and it feels SO good after a hot hot summer. Fall in Rome is one of my favorite seasons because the temperature is perfect, the lighting is always gorgeous for photos, and there are so many events going on after people return from […]

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Italian Food Rules: Ordering Food in Italy

Many times people travel to Italy without much preparation. With a language that distinguishes between ‘penis’ and ‘pasta’ with only one letter, it’s extremely easy to make mistakes when ordering food.  If you want to get the best out of your Italian food experience, there are a few things to avoid when ordering and eating food […]

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Weekly Favorites 14/9/16

This week has been especially crazy because I am hosting my best friend (hi Tori!) and continuing to work as well. She’s been to Rome many times before so the beauty of this trip is that we can both do things that we enjoy, without feeling compelled to visit the monuments or other tourist meccas in the […]

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Best of Caffes: La Casetta

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I remember the first time I saw La Casetta. I was on a walking tour of the Monti neighborhood with my school professor in 2013, walking down a road when we stopped to walk around the building that was inconveniently placed in the middle of the street. In a city where the buildings are uniform […]

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