Travel Blogs from Italy

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Lens, Florence, Italy travel blog


A travel blog entry by bs_luomo


I thought I had seen it all in Florence, Italy – but a simple change of attitude and a look at the famed city through a (more) Italian lens changes an experience dramatically. I was excited, yes, to head into Florence on a Sunday morning – I ...

All you need is love...and my little pony, Cortona, Italy travel blog

All you need is love...and my little pony

A travel blog entry by oclc


... What?! Anything is intellectually above My Little Pony, ok?). Tonight is the turn of Pinocchio (quite appropriate what with me being in Italy, and close to Florence and all) and so I will bid you toodlepip for tonight and go and relevate my IQ a ...

Venice, Venice, Italy travel blog


A travel blog entry by finntopson


We got woken up by the very camp steward on the train, which was annoying, but he did bring us breakfast! It was like being in a hotel! The train was late, so we didnt arrive in Venice till 9.30. We got off the train and it was absolutely lashing it ...

Lake Como and lakside villages, Como , Italy travel blog

Lake Como and lakside villages

A travel blog entry by neverold


We stayed at Como for a couple of days.  This is part of the Italian Lakes district.  Being at the base of the Swiss Alps it was a little cooler.  But just a little. We purchased an all day ferry ticket on the second day and did the ...

Viareggio, Viareggio, Italy travel blog


A travel blog entry by lukeandbelinda


We have now arrived in Viareggio, a beachside town about 20 minutes from Pisa. Coming here is very special to me as it is the place that my Grandma and Grandad came on their honeymoon nearly 50 years ago.  The town is so beautiful, walking around ...

Venice Sinking or Waters Rising?, Venice, Italy travel blog

Venice Sinking or Waters Rising?

A travel blog entry by carpefeline


Venice is a water city, always has been. Their strength in the ages past was based on their water and the ability to ship trade anywhere in the world.  But the water has also become a plague in recent times.  It is easy to see why when you ...

Pedestrians in Venice, Venice, Italy travel blog

Pedestrians in Venice

A travel blog entry by canadianmom


We woke up this morning to a fairly bright day.  It is interesting to look out your window to see a water canal, a boat passing by, people crossing the bridge, houses with different architecture, and a "front" door with steps leading to water. As ...

Rome (Second Visit), Rome, Italy travel blog

Rome (Second Visit)

A travel blog entry by bigadventure05


Back to Rome for two nights to return the rental car, see Pam off to head back home to NZ, say our "arrivederci" to ...

Old stuff, Rome, Italy travel blog

Old stuff

A travel blog entry by pasher


Up early for breakfast and then off on the Metro with a change of lines to Colloseo station, No prize for guessing what is to be found there. Older version of the MCG except the Lions didn't win many finals here. We jump on an English language tour and ...

Birth of the Renaissance, Florence, Italy travel blog

Birth of the Renaissance

A travel blog entry by buckleypup


A heavy head after a rather big night, but a small sleep in before our walking tour. Our guide Andrea, a passionate (as most Italians seem to be) told the proud history of Florence and walked us through the main attractions. The cathedral of the city ...

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