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This site is no longer current. Please go to Margie in Italy for my up-to-date posts about my travels in Italy and all things Italian. Grazie. Italy is a peninsula and also has two large islands, Sardinia and Sicily, plus … Continue reading
I love noticing the differences in the Italian culture, and one that seems pronounced is the existence of outdoor shrines in almost every city and town in Italy. Despite the commonly-held perception that Italy is a Catholic country, the latest … Continue reading
One of the many highlights in Italy is the spectacular architecture. Not only the age of some of Italy’s monuments but the style and sheer beauty is what strikes me. Spanning almost 3000 years, Italy’s diverse architectural styles reflect the … Continue reading
Today I am pleased to feature a guest post by Sara Mazzucato, a copywriter from Padua, Italy. Enjoy. Lombardy mon amour: From the romantic Sforza Castle to the beautiful Lake Maggiore and its “Fornaci di Caldè” Have you ever been … Continue reading
Pescallo is a small quiet village on Lake Como and is located less than a mile from the larger resort town of Bellagio. Having read about this place as being a little fishing community away from the tourist area, I … Continue reading
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Lake Como is one of the most beautiful places I have seen and lends itself to some gorgeous photo ops. Enjoy some scenes from Varenna, Bellagio, Pescallo, and Menaggio.
I am supposed to be writing today according to my own self-imposed agenda, and I did write this morning. I still have to finish two articles by tomorrow afternoon, but somehow got sidetracked looking through my photos of Italy. Imagine … Continue reading
As promised after 5pm today I would post the results of the photo locations and announce the winner of the contest, who will receive an autographed copy of “Memoirs of a Solo Traveler – My Love Affair with Italy.” One … Continue reading
Taking photos of signs in Italy is just another excuse to shoot photos and I love it!