When visiting Italy, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed with the massive amounts of merchandise that you feel compelled to buy. Should you splurge for the leather bag? How much wine should you really bring back to the US? After all, who doesn’t want to come back from a trip abroad with gifts for all of your friends and family?It’s always fun to receive a compliment on something you purchased abroad that inspires a story or memory from your trip. I brought Matt a golf towel from St. Andrew’s in
Pompeii is known for the infamous eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 69 AD, but there is so much more to this intriguing city in the Bay of Naples than just the tragedy that brought it fame. My time spent in Napoli included some of the most beautiful and interesting destinations, but Pompeii was surprisingly my favorite place in Italy.In preparation for any trip, I always strive to study the history of my destination, and I spent a great deal of time watching lectures about Pompeii, which I felt
Recently, I had the pleasure of exploring Italy with my family. I love everything about Italian culture, from the loud nature of the residents, the importance of family, to the incredible food and wine. I love how every meal is an event, and I especially love enjoying a glass of Prosecco before lunch.While exploring Sicily, I spent some time wandering through an authentic Italian market through the hustle and bustle of a busy day.As the market was opening, vendors stood behind their stands
My name is Danielle, and this is my little corner of the world where I can document my adventures including my favorite places, meals, photos and people. I love to meet people and talk about their travel experiences as well. Please reach out if you ever want to share your own adventures! Read More.