Italy is an wonderful country to visit. I'm in Iceland now, but I miss Italy. While it's all still fresh in my mind, here are ten tips for those traveling to Italy. Airplane Mode is Your Friend When I board the plane at Toronto's Pearson airport, I put my phone
I've been visiting Cinque Terre, five villages along the Italian Riviera that seem almost untouched by modernization. They are: Monterosso al MareVernazzaCornigliaManarolaRiomaggioreWe stayed in Riomaggiore and took the train into Corniglia where we walked the Sentiero Azzurro path through Vernazza and Riomaggiore. The path between Riomaggiore and Manarola and Manarola
Walking around Florence, there are some great knockers. I snapped a few pictures of these amazing door knockers to give you a taste.
Just like Rome and Venice, Florence is gorgeous and full of amazing food. Here are a few pictures I've taken. I'm keeping every photo I take in Florence in this handy Flickr photoset.
Venice is like a crazy beautiful labyrinth. I can't tell you how many times we got lost today. But damn, is it pretty. I'm keeping every photo I take in Venice in this handy Flickr photoset.
Rome reminds me of Paris in that there's something photo-worthy at every turn. It's also warm and sunny, as I remember Paris, and nothing like the cool rainy days in Amsterdam. Here are some photos I took yesterday. We're walking to Vatican City today. I hear Pope Frankie make a