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Experience Italia: Palazzo Donati in Le Marche

Imagine yourself in a characteristic small Italian town surrounded by classy beautiful interiors, delicious food and friendly people. This was my experience staying at Palazzo Donati in the untouched region of Le Marche. Where is Palazzo Donati?? Palazzo Donati is located in the town of Mercatello sul Metauro (the name is a handful but to […]

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Protected: How to Spend 3 Days in Rome

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Five Things to do in Turin (for free)

I know I know, I have been raving about Turin. This city really has my heart. But wouldn’t you agree?? There is so much you can see and do here without the crazy crowds that I am almost okay to see that Turin is Italy’s underrated gem. If you are on a budget and want […]

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From Murano to India with Ikroop

Do you believe we are meant to meet people for a reason?? So far, many people have come and gone in my life, but there have been some that I can vouch came for a very solid reason. Today I share about how I met one. Ikroop Dhillon, owner and curator of the Glass Art […]

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Ispirazione: Smitten with A Merry Feast

There are some people whom you’ve never met in real life, yet you think you have. Does that happen with you?? Heather of a Merry Feast is one such example for me. Heather and I connected over our mutual Italy love many years ago and have been in touch through emails and Facebook messages ever […]

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Of Jams, Jellies and Nature at SIGI Azienda Agricola

SIGI Azienda Agricola is tucked away in a beautiful corner of Macerata province in Le Marche. SI.GI. is a producer of natural jam and jellies and the brainchild of Silvano Buccolini. He and his family bring together a variety of seasonal products to the market and have a no chemical approach. Their focus is to […]

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The Colors of Sirolo Make Me Happy

Just half an hour’s drive from Ancona is the beautiful coastal town of Sirolo. For over 2 decades, Sirolo’s beaches come under the European Blue Flag status -prisitine, clear, safe and gorgeous! Two of its most famous beaches, Spaggia Urbani and Due Sorelle, are most crowded in the summer and since I visited in May, summer season […]

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Ispirazione: Story of The Beehive in Rome

I met Linda of The Beehive in April 2016 after being online friends with her since a few years. Linda and her husband Steve run “The Beehive” in Rome – an environmental friendly hostel with a passion for community building. They use ecological goods and recycled paper in their hostel and support all things organic. […]

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The Sound of Music: A Photo Story

Sound of Music Tour, Salzburg: -The real life Maria and the von Trapps family have been shown differently. For instance the Baron wasn’t as cold hearted as shown in the movie. -The movie shows several locations that are different from the ones mentioned. -Maria and Julie Andrews met in real life after the success of […]

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All in a Day: Belvedere Gardens to Austrian Library

The weather in Vienna is so unpredictable! I wasn’t lucky both the times and my clothing choices turned out to be poor because I didn’t pack enough layers. Being the last day in the city I was on the verge of finishing my cash but since I was in no mood to withdraw more euros, […]

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