This old picture of women returning from the fields may not be of the greatest quality. But it really captures what small town southern life was once like in Italy, where the donkey reigned supreme. Even long after the first few cars started appearing, many continued to rely on the humble asino as their mainContinue reading “Old-Time Italy and the Donkey”
You’ll find castles in many Italian towns, both large and small, like this Palazzo d’Avolos in Vasto, Abruzzo, once the residence of the marquises of Vasto. Located on a large terrace right along the sea coast. It’s enclosed garden with a beautiful pergola covered in grape vines and benches covered with majolica tiles presents aContinue reading “Castle in Vasto”
Because many, indeed most, Italian towns and cities are ancient, they are full of interesting features. Tunnel walkways, old city walls, narrow little alleys, and surprisingly wide but hidden courtyards. While Italy is a land of many museums, just strolling around Italian towns provides its own cultural and artistic tours, complete with bits of history!Continue reading “A Tuscan Walkway”
Want a vacation that makes a difference? Come take a work-holiday to save this rare and unique bear species!
In this land of art and history with over 3000 museums, discover these top five, and what makes them special!
Take a peak at these pseudo volcanos. And don’t worry, they’re perfectly harmless!