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WIMCO presents “A Summer Vacation in Italy,” a series of blog posts about a student’s travelling, dining and shopping experiences in Italy.

A Summer Vacation in Italy- Day 7

Shopping in Florence- I can’t say enough about it. I would suggest going in wherever looks interesting. Don’t forget to look into alleys as well- many good small boutiques off the main squares. One of...

A Summer Vacation in Italy- Day 6

The next morning, we woke up early and walked a few blocks to Café Gilli with possibly the best espresso of the trip and some awesome strudel. During breakfast, we took out our map and...

A Summer Vacation in Italy- Day 5

The following day, we woke up early and had a quick breakfast before leaving for Florence. On the way to Florence, we stopped in Busanna Vecchia- an artist colony sort-of place that was honestly a...

A Summer Vacation in Italy- Day 4

I was excited to experience the great hotel breakfast again. One of my favorite features was the pate packets. So cute! And not bad tasting. We then left Genoa to go to Sanremo- another seaside...

A Summer Vacation in Italy- Day 3

The next day, we headed out early after an AMAZING buffet breakfast at the hotel to explore Genoa. As you head towards the water, the population increases in density. We went to the aquarium, which...

A Summer Vacation in Italy- Day 2

Our first morning, we experienced the b+b breakfast. It was very European- lots of cakes and breads which, because of my Celiac disease, I wasn’t too excited about. I was glad, once again, that I...

A Summer Vacation in Italy- Day 1

Our flight from Boston to Rome was pretty much a breeze. The line to go through security was on the longer side, but it moved quickly and our gate wasn’t a mile away, which is...

A Summer Vacation in Italy

This past July, I traveled with a girlfriend from high school to Italy for the first time. Neither of us had been before, but we’ve always wanted to go, so we planned our trip to overlap...

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