Header photo – Bergen harbor fish market/ Border photo – inside a Kelpie, Falkirk, Scotland
“Travel teaches toleration.” – Benjamin Disraeli
Tag Archives: Italy travel
From France 24. Two entrepreneurs have opened an ice cream shop in Turin. Check it out next time you’re there.
Only a week after another large quake hit northern Italy, another one strikes in the same area. From France 24.
From Deutsche Welle. Aftershocks from the Emilia Romagna earthquake do more damage. From the Guardian. Cheese warehouses sustain damage from the earthquake. From the BBC. Photos of earthquake damage. So now I’m wondering whether I’ll include Bologna on my next trip? If … Continue reading
I’m a big fan of Rick Steves. Rick is a Europhile from the Pacific Northwest, seen often on PBS and he is a big fan of, among other European destinations, Italy’s Cinque Terre. Last year, a few days before New … Continue reading
From the London Independent… Visiting the Tyrol in Italy, secret Porto Santo and its gorgeous beaches. On the other side of the world – Perth, Australia, but it only makes sense to spend 48 hours there if you’re already in Australia … Continue reading
From Deutsche Welle – what’s up with Berlin and bears? From London Independent – 48 hours in Trier, Germany or how about Milan?
From the London Independent’s Simon Calder… Air arrangements assume a London departure, of course, but the overviews are exciting. Milan Reykjavik Dublin
Malev is out, everybody else is pushing to get in; from Prague Post 2 days in Venice by Simon Calder; from London Independent
London Independent visits Bologna and Marseille