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The Amalfi Coast, Sorrento, and Capri

The Amalfi Coast, Sorrento, and Capri by Suzanne Goulart On May 12th, Allegra Pawlowski and I departed for Italy, arriving on the 13th. We picked up our Fiat Punto, hit the A-1, and just started driving...

One AWEful view after another in Tuscany and Umbria

One AWEful view after anotherin Tuscany and Umbria By Allegra Pawlowski Being a self professed Italophile and “foodie” and having a strong interest in design (architectural and interior) I considered myself pretty lucky to have...

Trip Report: Anguilla, St. Martin, & St. Barths

    “Hey baby, what can I get you?” “1 Carib beer please!” We have arrived on St. Martin on a sunny August day and easily made our way from the airport to the Marigot ferry dock...

A long weekend in Florence

A Long Weekend in Florenceby Jan G. Weddings are often key milestones in ones life…first one attends as a child, tagging along as your older nephews and nieces get married. Then years later you and...

Day Tripping in Tuscany

Day Tripping in Tuscany by Ellen D. Tuscany is home to historic villages, a food culture second to none and celebrated vineyards, which along with the beauty of its countryside make it a popular vacation...

Experiencing Umbria through a Private Villa

Experiencing Umbria through a Private Villa by Megan Pickett editor-in-chief of Hotel Bel-Air Magazine While it is said that one cannot truly understand a country until one has lived there, renting a villa in Umbria,...

Viva la Villas, a week touring Umbria

Umbria, Italy by Anne-Marie and Glenn Our week in Umbria, a region of rolling hills, fertile farmland and ancient medieval hill towns, provides a titillating tour of the senses. Getting There After arriving in Italy’s...

A Trip Through Umbria

A Trip Through Umbria by Bethany Ludwick Italy’s Umbria region is a land rich in spectacular scenery, rolling hills, cultural treasures and historic landmarks. Bordering Tuscany to the south, Umbria is similar in nature, topography...

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