When I got to Atlanta I had exactly 5 hours to see what I could. I chose the World of Coke, Centennial Olympic Park and the CNN studio. I was staying at the Hyatt Regency on Peachtree Road. It was located close to all the tourist attractions and the airport (about 15-20 mins away). Travel …

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  Gorgeous  To many, Portofino, Italy is regarded as a resort for the rich and fabulous, recognized for its iconic harbor, crystal waters, and celebrity visitors. But there’s plenty to see in this seaside settlement for us normal people too. Portofino is situated in the province of Genoa on the Italian Riviera. Ornate buildings splashed …

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Newport, Rhode Island is one of those places that carries charm and wisdom. Its village-like setting is filled with shops and restaurants, and then more and more shops and restaurants. Newport has so much more to offer than dining and shopping (of course these are two important parts of vacations and day trips – a …

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In the last post on Costiera Amalfitana, I told you about where to stay in Sorrento, Italy and the must do’s and see’s in Capri and Anacapri, Italy. This post will focus on Positano, a beautiful sea-side cliff-town, as well as what you must bring when visiting the Amalfi Coast. Final Stop: Positano Positano is another …

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Florence, Italy: a city filled with incredible art, delectable food, awe-inspiring architecture and far too much to see in a few days. Anyone visiting for a short period of time would not have the opportunity to see everything there is to see. So, to save you some time and a lot of regret if you …

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One of the most exciting stops during my time in Italy had to be in Roma. Such an iconic city, brimming with life and culture, preceded by more than two and a half thousand years worth of historical significance. Arriving with some prior knowledge about the city and some of its famous pieces definitely made …

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Venice. I’m not sure how to describe this city in a way that hasn’t already been poetically scripted or laced with romantic clichés. Still, I can say that it is unlike anything you have ever experienced or imagined. The whole time I was there I felt like I was standing on a Hollywood movie set, …

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These are my top picks for art museums in Florence, Italy. Each one offers something special and totally unique. And as a bonus, they are all walking distance apart, as well as walking distance from the main train station. Galleria degli Uffizi The Uffizi Gallery is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Florence. …

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The name of this city brings about an essence of love and beauty. Your first thought on arriving here should be to head right to La Casa di Giulietta/ Juliet’s Home. Walking in the red-brick courtyard past layers upon layers of love inscriptions written on the walls and gazing toward Shakespeare’s famous Romeo and Juliet …

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Think of pasta, pizza, street side coffee shops and good wine that is cheaper than water. Here is an itinerary to go around Italy in the summer! My husband and I took this trip after we found a great deal to Milan on Emirates for about $400 from New York. Watch out for deals like these …

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