Milan Duomo – Milan, Italy

Milan Cathedral

Milan Duomo When in Milan, don’t forget to pay a visit to the city’s Cathedral. History says this Gothic cathedral took nearly six centuries (14th to 19th) to complete, and it’s not hard to figure out why when you see it in person. It is the fifth largest cathedral in the world, and the largest [...]

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The Colosseum

Our Pic of the Day: The Colosseum The Colosseum of Rome hardly needs an introduction. For centuries this amphitheater played host to thousands of spectators, and was used for gladiatorial contests and public spectacles in the center of the Roman Empire. It is believed to have held 50,000 onlookers. The Colosseum is regarded as one of the finest examples of Roman architecture [...]

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Napoli Italy

  Everyone has an opinion about Napoli, or Naples, Italy. They’ll tell you it’s dirty, cramped and full of thieving scoundrels. They’ll tell you the weather is sweltering, the traffic is bad, the people too rough. The media tells stories of garbage piling up when rubbish collectors go on strike. Travelers seem to always have [...]

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Rome Food Tour – Walks of Italy

  The Rome Food Tour Our tour was called Rome Food Tour–Markets, Tastings & Pizza Making with Walks of Italy. It included sampling a lot of food, so I’m glad I skipped breakfast that morning. Our group met in the Campo dei Fiori and shopped around for the freshest, most local produce, before dipping fresh bread into [...]

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The Beehive Rome

  The Hotel The Beehive Hotel & Cafe   Category Hotel,  Hostel   Location Rome, Italy–Conveniently close to the Roma Termini Train Station.   The Beehive’s Best It’s is universally agreed that The Beehive is a fantastic accommodation choice in Rome. In a vast sea of dated and overpriced accommodation,  The Beehive Rome is neat, stylish, clean, and well-priced. We stayed for [...]

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