The good ol’ US of A has fourth of July and our beloved Italy has the Venice Festa del Redentore. Maybe both occasions celebrate something different but they both do share a common ground–fireworks! Two days of commemoration and fireworks that light up the sky in St. Mark’s Bay bringing all of Venice to look […]
Inside the Blue Grotto, the cave opens up into a massive area with glowing blue water. One of my favorite things to do as a FlorenceForFun tour guide in the Amalfi Coast is watch the reactions of everyone going in and out of the Blue Grotto in Capri, Italy. One by one, people step gingerly […]
On the fence about traveling to Prague? Look at all the fun things you can do! http://blog.florenceforfun.com/2012/02/22/701/
Traveling this weekend? Here’s a sneak peek at what to expect over the next few days. Bundle up, everyone!
For a girl from southern California, 13 degrees might as well be -50. I just hope my nose hairs don’t freeze again while I’m walking the streets of Interlaken! (and yes, that actually happened.)
A lot of people think that you’d have to be criminally insane or just plain stupid to jump off a 300 ft. high cliff into a narrow canyon. Others may think that 300 ft. isn’t really that high, and it must be quite simple to just dangle attached to a rope. And if you’re me, […]
Although it’s no Kentucky Derby, the Palio di Siena still tops the list as one of the most famous horse races around. The people of Siena have been cheering on their contradas (town districts) since 1656, back when the first Palio was run in honor of the miraculous apparition of the Virgin Mary near the […]
Growing up in America, I wasn’t exactly prone towards appreciating good wine. Let’s be honest–on a college budget, I thought it was classy when I showed up at a house party that had Bud Light instead of the typical PBR or whatever else was on sale at the supermarket that week. It didn’t take me […]