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A Taste of Trastevere in a Hidden Roman Villa

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Ah, Italy. Red-checked tablecloths, fat candles dripping wax into empty tomato sauce cans. Carafes of red wine. It’s already an obvious fact that dining out in Italy is a memorable event. And if you’re looking for another authentic Roman dining experience, cross the River Tiber to Trastevere, into a historic working class neighborhood that boasts […]

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January 12, 2017 by | Comments Off on A Taste of Trastevere in a Hidden Roman Villa

Team Europe Update: Ryan & Asha in Berlin

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After a fun time in Amsterdam, Ryan and Asha hopped on a train to Berlin. Read on to find out what they did on their first stop in Germany!

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May 16, 2012 by | Comments Off on Team Europe Update: Ryan & Asha in Berlin

[VIDEO] Venice Walking Tour and Gondola Ride

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Escape into the myriad of alleyways in San Marco, explore hidden Venice and glide effortlessly on a gondola down the Grand Canal. Learn the secrets of the construction of this jewel of the Adriatic and the race against time to preserve it and all its splendid magnificence. The Venice Walking Tour and Gondola Ride starts […]

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September 16, 2011 by | Comments Off on [VIDEO] Venice Walking Tour and Gondola Ride

My Venice Walking Tour

What’s the secret to Venice? Comfortable shoes. But please, this does not mean you should throw style out the window. Venice is a stylish city. Paved in marble. Actually, more correctly I think it’s Istrian stone from across the Adriatic Sea in Croatia. Whatever it is, it’s hard. Very tiring on the legs and feet. […]

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August 14, 2009 by | 6 Comments

NYC Rock ‘n’ Roll Walking Tour

Once upon a time rock ‘n’ roll was king. Rock’s lethal instrument was the electric guitar. Its warriors wore long hair (if you were into Led Zeppelin) or short hair (if you were a punk). It was sweaty, smelled like cheap beer and urine, and it was loud. One constant in the ever-changing world of […]

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March 2, 2008 by | 9 Comments