Born on Columbus Day, I was destined from birth to be a traveler. I believe that a journey to a new part of town can be as beneficial and as much of a learning experience as a trip to a new continent. As I contemplate my next adventure, I'm learning that you never know what's coming next!
Sometimes food is a unique way to experience a culture and country without traveling far away. You can read about my experiences making classic Italian food with my grandma here. Thanks to my grandma for giving me a story and letting me share her great recipe!
When in Rome you MUST get these five things out of the way. They showcase some of the best things about this beautiful, bustling city. 1. Visit the Spanish Steps. I ate a slice of pizza on them, but lunch is not required. They are always crowded, so it’s almost impossible to race up and […]
Florence is known as the art capital of Italy, so while there I thought it was crucial to see some of the most famous art in history. 1. David- Long considered one of the most famous sculptures in history, Michelangelo’s masterpiece resides in the Accademia. The sculpture is just as impressive in real life, but […]
There is nothing more touristy than a gondola ride in Venice. Additionally, they’re expensive and can induce some serious sea sickness. I decided I needed to ride in one. Although your average Venecian does not float around on a gondola, most of them do have boats. Since I did not have a boat stashed in […]