Monthly Archives: March 2012
Enjoying coffee in Italy is an essential part of the Italian experience. For me, I know I’m home again when I stop at the Bar Euclide in Rome on my way from Fiumicino airport to my parents’ house and get my first latte. Despite what you may think, it’s not for the coffee (granted, its taste cannot be replicated in the US);
it’s for the art of ordering and getting served (before you grow old) in an Italian café that reminds me in an instant where I am.Read more ›
Where do I buy?
Oh my, you’ve come to the right place! There are plenty of opportunities and a wide selection of venues to get your fix.Read more ›
I have passed by Trento many times when growing up. Normally, it’s on our way to an annual family week of skiing in the Alps. We just zip by without stopping, and without a second thought in the excitement to hit the slopes.
Now for the second time in so many years, and driven by external circumstances, I find myself spending an extended period of time in this city nested by the Majestic Alps. AND, what a pleasant surprise!Read more ›
Every year I have the pleasure to work with private clients who want a unique experience while travelling to Italy.
I consider myself very lucky to have encountered so many wonderful people in my line of work. But I know I’m truly blessed when clients like Donna and Bijou choose to be part both of my professional and personal life and become cherished friends.I’m happy to introduce them to you, so they can share their memories on their latest Italian adventure and their tips to fellow travelers.