This article about Trieste in last Sunday’s New York Times got me thinking about what my fantasy itinerary to Italy would be. (For the record, any mention of Italy triggers such fantasies!) I love to mix it up when I travel, get to the must-sees, the landmarks and famous sites, as well as meander and discover the nooks and crannies of a place, like the scarf shop in Bologna that was maddeningly closed when we strolled by. That’s right, a shop devoted exclusively to scarves. And after I discovered it was closed, it seemed that every woman walking down the street or whizzing by on a bicycle was sporting an exquisite scarf, wisps of silk and color floating through the languid Bolognese afternoon that reminded me I would not get back to that shop, at least not on this trip, as we were leaving the next day. These are the […]
What a wonderful trip we all had
I've been meaning to let you know what a wonderful trip we all had! That tour, while non-stop, enabled us to see so much of Italy. The guides we had were incredible! Pompeii was great and we had the best guide who was also an archeologist- so interesting. Venice was magical, loved Florence,...
Karin and Ed Nadriczny (Monroe, CT)
Discover Italy Tour, October 2015