Category Archives for "Italy"

Jul 28

7 Unusual Things To Do in Tuscany

By Abi King | Italy

The search for unusual things to do in Tuscany… Tuscany has plenty upon plenty of things to do, that’s for sure. With no fewer than seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the claim as the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, the Leaning Tower of Pisa and more, it’s no surprise that Tuscany remains one of the […]

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Jun 02

A Travelshoot In Rome

By Abi King | Italy

Travelshoot Rome If there’s one city in the world that demonstrates the rise of the selfie stick, and selfies in general, it’s the hybrid ancient-and-modern city of Rome. Everywhere you look, there’s something to marvel at – and consequently, everywhere you look, there’s a tourist taking a selfie. When in Rome… A Travelshoot In Rome […]

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Mar 22

7 Unusual Things To Do in Italy

By Abi King | Italy

Italy is one of the most visited (and arguably most beautiful) countries in the world. It has the colosseum in Rome, half the Renaissance in Florence and even Romeo and Juliet in Verona (with a romantic stretch of the imagination.) LOOKING FOR THE UNUSUAL But what if you’re looking for more unusual things to do […]

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Aug 17

7 of the Best Sunset Pictures…

By Abi King | Italy

…And they’re all in from Italy Gargano, Puglia in fact Italy is hardly a country you think of when it comes to getting off the beaten track. It has the highest number of UNESCO world heritage sites, for starters. Yet my recent foray into the spur on the heel of the boot showed me a […]

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Oct 28

When Life Hands You Lemons…

By Abi King | Italy

Lemons. They’re all over the place in the narrow streets of olive and stone-soaked Amalfi. Lemons in baskets. Lemons on walls. Lemon shaped soap and even, if you look hard enough, lemons on trees. Lemons on aprons, lemons on beads. Lemons on menus and even on cheese. Yet for all the creative lemonery that Amalfi […]

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Jul 25

A Walk Down Memory Lane: The Vatican

By Abi King | Italy

A Walk Down Memory Lane The lane is full of memories, the lane, this lane in the most holy of gilded cities. The memory of tourists, thousands upon thousands, necks snapped back and cameras glazed, a procession of international memory capture, a tide of blushing new memories flowing on to the Sistine Chapel. The ceiling, […]

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