Keeping these five tips in mind will help you get the most out of the trip ... I unwittingly organized an entire Balkans road trip without soliciting any input from my travel partner. I’d mapped out a circular route beginning and ending in Bulgaria.
Travel tips: “Be sure to make a reservation for a tour. Bring a picnic lunch or have a civilized tea in one of the shops.” ITALY: In September, Concord residents Tony and Maura de Grassi visited the Amalfi Coast. (Courtesy of the de Grassi Family.
This is Italy, so the produce is amazing ... but was so successful it's expanded over the years. On our visit last September it was as reliable as ever. Sit inside, though, not out on the rather scrappy piazza. We're frequent visitors to Florence, and.
They will travel straight from Spa-Francorchamps ... Cassoeula, a pork dish that’s been linked to the Lombardy region of Italy for centuries. Virtually every part of the pig is used in the dish – ribs, trotters, head and skin – and it’s cooked.
This is TechRadar’s constantly updated guide to the best Netflix series right now ... From zombie infestations at travel taverns to arguments with farmers over 20 foot chickens to a guest appearance from "Bono", the BBC's best worst former employee.
Often overlooked by sun-seeking tourists in a rush to get to picturesque Portofino and pastel-painted Cinque Terre, Genoa is one of Italy’s most underrated ... The arcaded Via XX September is lined with small independent Italian boutiques, though for.
but the payoff -- taking in vertigo-inducing views of the Mediterranean and exploring unbelievably photogenic villages built into rocky cliffs -- is worth the travel hassles. Our Amalfi Coast itinerary is full of pro tips on when and where to go. Italy is.
In this issue, which I’ve dubbed our first ever Travel Issue, four well-travelled EAT scribes take us on their journeys—both far and near. Joseph Blake and Sol Kauffman head to Italy and Japan ... together an insider’s guide (she lives in Penticton.
But for all its Slow Food and Savoyard heritage (Turin was home to Italy’s only royal family, the House of Savoy) gourmet travel in Piedmont needn’t be stuffy. There are plenty of trips that take active travellers romping through the heart of its.