Rome Fountain
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Roma, Italia   There are probably hundreds of fountains in Rome. These fountains have provided drinking water for almost two thousand years. The aqueducts give enough water for private baths and beautifully constructed fountains with lovely sculptures that are scattered throughout the city. I can just stand in front of these fountains for hours andContinue reading

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Amalfi Coast
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Salerno, Italia The Costiera Amalfina, or Amalfi Coast, considered one of the most beautiful in the world, is a stretch of scenic coastline boasting picturesque towns perched on a cliff. It one of the famous destinations in Italy, and has landed on UNESCO’s World Heritage list as ”an outstanding example of a Mediterranean landscape, withContinue reading

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Positano
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Positano, Italia   Whenever I hear or read about the Amalfi Coast, the picture that comes to mind resembles the one above. A small fishing village, often regarded as the jewel of Amalfi Coast, it is probably the most photogenic town in this side of the Med.   Follow Sky Envy: Bloglovin’ / Facebook / TwitterContinue reading

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Rome

Roma, Italia After visiting the Colosseum, the Vatican, Villa Borghese and Trastevere, I spent my last days in Rome indulging myself with the best gelato in the Eternal City (lucky that my hotel is just around the corner), while people watching whether it be at Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona or back at the famous Fontana di Trevi.  Continue reading

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Rome Vittorio Emanuel

Roma, Italia   Rome had been on my bucket list for the longest time. I wanted to see the Colosseum, visit the Vatican and throw a coin in the Trevi Fountain. So when I had a week to spare after my French Riviera trip, I was more than happy to spend it in this beautifulContinue reading

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Amalfi
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Salerno, Italia The main town after which the coast is named after, Amalfi became of great significance not only because of it’s beauty but also because of it’s history, being the first of four Maritime Republics of Italy.  With the turquoise Tyrrhenian sea just clinging to the strip of white and pastel colored houses, one can onlyContinue reading

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