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Day 9 of 11 0f my trip to Italy. A close experience with history I had heretofore observed just in picture collections and motion pictures. The landmarks, culture, scenery and food from the immense Colosseum to the spread of Olive trees-that blow one's mind! Today we roam in Capri.
My trip to Italy. A close experience with history I had heretofore observed just in picture collections and motion pictures. The landmarks, culture, scenery and food from the immense Colosseum to the spread of Olive trees-that blow one's mind! Day 8 of 11. One of the most beautiful, s...
My trip to Italy. A close experience with history I had heretofore observed just in picture collections and motion pictures. The landmarks, culture, scenery and food from the immense Colosseum to the spread of Olive trees-that blow one's mind! Day 7 of 11 : Welcome to the atmosphere o...
A close experience with history I had heretofore observed just in picture collections and motion pictures. The landmarks, culture, scenery and food from the immense Colosseum to the spread of Olive trees-that blow one's mind! And now we see the narrow streets and waterways in Venice.
My trip to Italy. A close experience with history I had heretofore observed just in picture collections and motion pictures. The landmarks, culture, scenery and food from the immense Colosseum to the spread of Olive trees-that blow one's mind! And now we see the narrow streets and wat...
Oh Venice...! You willl love the culture the food, the water... Find here your guide to know Venice!
Venice is a city in northern Italy with a population of approximately 270,000. It is known throughout the world for industry as well as tourism. Situated on the Adriatic Sea and dominating Mediterranean commerce for centuries, Venice is regarded by many travelers as the world's most b...
How I visited one of the most beautiful cities in the world , and how I wanted to stay.
Read on to know the reasons why we may lose the beautiful city of Venice to the sea.
I was fortunate to be the guest of the winemakers and chefs at the Villa Quaranta in the Veneto. Hear the classical concert played on bottles and glasses, the wines and cucina of this fabled part of Italy.
Verona, one of the world’s most romantic cities, is not just the setting for Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers, Romeo & Juliet, it is also the perfect opportunity to enjoy the Italian ‘dolce vita’ with great food & wine … and music under the stars.
The Venice city is day by day sinking in the sea,by the end of 2035 the entire city will be in the sea
4 days in a cold wintery Venice the best time to go
Hope the reality is as good as the dream, will Venice live up to my high expectations?
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