If you’re planning to travel to Italy from anywhere in the U.S. that is not New York City or other major hubs that fly directly into Milano or Roma, you’re taking connecting flights. Any trip of two weeks or less says you’re taking only a carry on and a personal bag.
An Italian Holiday is Experience First Nothing rushes in Italy, not even fast trains, though they are fast. Take your vacation in stride. Don’t try to do it all, see it all and post copiously in social media. Discover what your tempo is, the time and pace that suits you and allows you to experience […]
There’s no Frenzy in Pleasure, and that’s the Secret of “La Dolce Vita” Federico Fellini gave us this expression that has become in many ways synonym with Italian lifestyle. Maybe the mix of earthiness with fantasy and the baroque is still part of it. But it’s what touches people that sticks with them.
The Good, the Bad, and What You Make of Travel Discovering new places first hand gives us an opportunity to rethink some of our assumptions. How people live, work, and socialize varies in different parts of the world. How much varies based on our personal culture.