Last weekend my fiancé played a rugby game in Florence and as you do when you live a couple of hours away, I booked a train ticket for the day. As I was thinking about how to spend my morning I realised that I've never actually written a post dedicated to Florence before! Well here we…
This week’s guest post comes from Amber, travel blogger behind Wanderlust & Pasta. She explains ‘I am currently living, breathing and eating all things Italian in Padova; a beautiful and charming city in northern Italy, about half an hour from Venice. Yep, you read that right! I literally live half an hour from Venice and yes, I still pinch myself every time I walk out of Venezia Santa Lucia station. Pretty sure it has the best train station views in the world but hey I might be biased. Having lived away from home now for several years, I thought it was about time I finally start a travel blog. I often get many questions and queries from family and friends about my life in Italy, my travels, why I move around a lot and the best places to visit in Italy so it seemed only fitting I compile all my adventures and tips in…
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Living in Italy has some pretty amazing perks. The food, the history, the museums and churches, I mean do I really need to continue? But there is a big difference between traveling in Italy and living in Italy. As are there large differences between life back home in Australia and 'la dolce vita' here in Italia.
These last couple of days I've found myself spending an unhealthy amount of time scrolling through Airbnb. Originally, I had been looking for a weekend escape for next week but really I was just looking at amazing homes out of my price range and dreaming about what it would be like to stay or live there.
View from the side of the road in Emilia Romagna region.So you've decided to visit the land of pizza and pasta. And, not just that but you've decided to brave the wild roads of Italy, hire a car and road trip it. Well, good for you, you're going to have blast.
Biking around Amsterdam with half my family. BTW that's my mum on the right!!Some of you may have noticed that I've been a very bad blogger of late. I apologise! However, in loo of blogging I've actually been traveling, eating copious amounts of food, gaining inspiration for the blog and enjoying some family time.
Christmas in Padova.Growing up in Australia, Christmas has a very different vibe to its northern hemisphere friends. Instead of freezing our butts off in a cold or white Christmas and building snowmen, typically we are playing cricket at the beach and building sandcastles.