Fleeing to the island of Alcatraz

We, at Alcatraz, will go there at night. So we will organize a real getaway to Alcatraz to visit the prison made famous by American films was one of our dreams. The island is about 85,000 square meters and is primarily made […]

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Brighton: that’s why Londoners love it (Part 2)

The Royal Pavilion Its construction was commissioned by the Prince of Wales, which later became George IV, opened in 1823 and its development caused a sensation also due to the Regency style and the reference to Asian lines. The famous banquet hall, […]

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The Devil’s Bridge

The Devil’s Bridge Its construction, on the river Serchio, was ordered around the year 1000 by Matilde di Canossa, to allow pilgrims and travelers to reach Lucca and its surroundings. The work is a masterpiece of perfectly preserved medieval engineering. It is […]

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Como: Latteria San Fedele

Thirty years of experience and top raw materials! We chose the Latteria San Fedele Restaurant attracted by the iron tables that can be seen from the street and from the sign of the old dairy that can be seen from afar. It’s […]

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Loggia Arpara: here is where to eat in Lerici

Loggia Arpara – the restaurant you don’t expect! ЧWe have been arriving for a couple of hours with the idea of ​​spending the weekend at the Cinque Terre, and the first stop is at Lerici. Cozy, also welcoming well-kept city. We wandered […]

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Pisa in one day

We cannot deny that when one speaks of Pisa, one immediately thinks of the Leaning Tower, and in most cases, it is believed that only that is worth the visit, but in reality, in Pisa, there is not only the Tower. Our […]

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Harry Potter: Livorno turns into Hogwarts

Harry Potter fans and magic fans this post is for you! A few days ago we talked about Livorno and the Fortress so dear to the people of Livorno, and we are here today to report a magical event. Who hasn’t dreamed […]

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Brighton: that’s why Londoners love it (Part 1)

We just got up, and the intention was to spend the weekend shopping, flea markets, and ethnic food. But there is the urge to take the bus to go downtown. The air is humid, it suffocates, and the weather is good. We […]

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What to see in Volterra in 1 day (Part 1)

A dive into the Middle Ages during “Volterra AD 1398.” Volterra offers many possibilities. The first is undoubtedly to take a walk without any particular goals. And here you can also take a stroll through the streets of the historic center, but […]

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Outlet USA: is it still worth shopping in America?

Missing just over a month to our departure for California and we are thinking about shopping. It often happens to us. When we talk about going to the United States, one of the many things they tell us is: “bring the empty […]

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What to see in Monteriggioni: the village of Assassin’s Creed

This medieval village is located in the province of Siena, is located at the south-western end of the Chianti region and is not far from the splendid state road, a lousy panoramic view that leads to the heart of the Val d’Orcia. […]

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What to see in Volterra in 1 day (Part 2)

Volterra AD 1398 We park the car at P3, and the moment we enter the city walls, we realize we are not in Volterra on any Sunday. It looks like a journey through time. We meet noblewomen, knights, and musicians. We are […]

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How to reach the Cinque Terre from Lerici

How to get there and where to eat in one of the most visited areas of Italy We knew well that going to the Cinque Terre on Saturday and Sunday, the second week of July, would have been like this: crowded and […]

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Roskilde and the Vikings

A breakfast of salmon and yogurt and ready for our trip out of town. At 10 am we are at the central station of Copenhagen, which on the map is called Kobenhavn, and we take the train to Roskilde. The journey is […]

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