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  • Blog Posts: 69
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  • Seven Hostel

    The world of hostels have an amazing secret in Seven Hostel..a short train ride from Sorrento, this hostel is like a 4 star hotel with the price of a cheap hostel! originally posted by: Katie

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    Blog Post created about 6 years ago
  • Tazza d'Oro

    If you love coffee, you should definitely stop by Tazza d’Oro! It is Z-shaped with a big coffee roaster in the back and the aroma of coffee filtering throughout the place. Definitely try out their ‘granita di caff’-it’s delicious, especially during summer! originally poste...

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    Blog Post created about 6 years ago
  • Piazza Vittorio

    If you have lived here for a few years as I have you probably cringe with horror just thinking of the Piazza Vittorio Market but….did you know it has been moved just a block away in a beautiful CLEAN building! You can find whatever and I MEAN WHATEVER you need to make your favorite ethnic...

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    Blog Post created about 6 years ago
  • Bargello Museum

    The Bargello Museum is often overlooked by tourists in Florence. I strongly suggest giving it a look. The medieval architecture of this building, which used to be a prison encases some of the best work of the Renaissance. Take time to enjoy such works as Michaelangelo’s Baccus – it is...

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    Blog Post created about 6 years ago
  • The Uffizi Mueum

    This gallery is the most important Renaissance museum in terms of Renaissance paintings. My personal favorite was the "Seven Ladies of Virtue originally posted by: Michael Hummel EYP Student Blog Edito

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    Blog Post created about 6 years ago
  • The Accademia

    The Accademia does not have the same number of amazing works as other galleries in Florence, but it does have Michaelangelo’s David so it is a must. The David is probably the greatest sculpture ever done in terms of beauty and skill. The hands are so lifelike it is scary. originally posted ...

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    Blog Post created about 6 years ago
  • Capalbio

    The town of Capalbio is small, but cozy. It is best during the month of September when the Sagra del Cinghiale (wild boar) is running, but can be enjoyed year-round. The fortress is empowering, but its open-doors are most definitely welcoming. You can enjoy a wide variety of restaurants and agric...

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    Blog Post created about 6 years ago
  • The Visconti Palace Hotel is located on t...

    The Visconti Palace Hotel is located on the right bank of the Tiber river between Piazza del Popolo,Piazza di Spagna, Piazza Navona and the Vatican City,and is strategically located in the historic, cultural and business heart of Rome. The service is absoultely fantastic. Also, there is a newl...

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    Blog Post created about 6 years ago
  • Sorrento

    I highly recommend the small town of Sorrento for a long weekend. The beautiful view is of sea and mountain. The people are very friendly. The hotels are fabulous. Almost all of them have pools. As for the food, the pizza and pasta dishes are without compare. originally posted by: Andrea L.

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    Blog Post created about 6 years ago
  • Cetona

    Cetona is a great day trip from Rome. It’s easy to get to and the area is beautiful. There is a quaint little town and it is surrounded by lovely estates—Valentino’s being one of them. originally posted by: Margaret

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    Blog Post created about 6 years ago
  • Piazza Barberini Internet Place

    Go to Piazza Barberini for your e-mail-it is cheap and you can always find a free computer since the place is huge. originally posted by: Anonymous Reviewer

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    Blog Post created about 6 years ago
  • Twentieth Century Museum in Milan

    Back to the ‘900s: Inauguration of the Twentieth Century museum in Milan Milan 3rd of December 2010 – A new museum in the main city square and a historical event as well. To celebrate Néo the international e-Magazine is dedicating a special issue in December to the Twentieth Century and in parti...

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    Blog Post created about 6 years ago
  • Creativity in Milan. IDEAMI in collaboration with Nèo and the Municipality of MIlan

    A virtual tour of creativity with Nèo Milan 16th of November 2010 – Do you have a pile of t-shirts in your drawer that are all exactly the same? Do you want to see what artists from all over the world managed to do? Just click on www.tourism.milan.it choose and vote for the best t-shirt ...

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    Blog Post created about 6 years ago
  • Michael Hummel - For the past 6 months I have been living ...

    For the past 6 months I have been living in Rome. Everyday I go to the bar across the street to buy some breakfast food along with some water for the day. When I go to pay for everything the shopkeeper refuses to take the money from my hand. For a long time I always thought it was because he thou...

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    Blog Post created about 6 years ago
  • Loving Puglia

    Anybody visiting Puglia region , please check www.passionforpuglia.com.

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    Blog Post created about 6 years ago