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Venice

Seasonal list of pleasures

Sunday afternoon finds me on a bench in Giardino della Guastala, facing the colourful building of the Synagogue. Life is good. Children, generously covered with sticky ice-cream stains are playing in the sight of their talkative parents. Young lady in jeans is walking a chocolate […]

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Barcelona flickers

Crystal clear blue sky with  occasional cotton-white clouds, long days and atmosphere of an approaching national holiday welcomed us in the city of Barcelona. Hundreds of words are written and said about the natural, architectural or gastronomical wonders of the Catalan capital. So, one is […]

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Through the Eyes of the Siren

The sun beams penetrating through the window in our living room are writing an invitation for a stroll in the park, kindly reminding that spring is waiting behind the blossoming threes and over the wings of the singing birds. Time to throw the lighter coat […]

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Carnevale di Viareggio

First time I visit Viareggio was back in March of 2011 when the carnival just have finished and streets were still covered with colourful paper flakes like a snow of joy. Three years later in March I had the chance to witness for the first […]

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Getaway in Gardone Riviera

If you are in Lombardy, one of the best ways to spend a sunny day off, is definitely to make your way to the Lakes. This time we find ourselves on a Sunday trip to Gardone Riviera, situated at the lake Garda. Being the largest lake […]

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Chinese New Year in Milano

An old legend tells that once Buddha invited all the animals to celebrate together the New Year. Only twelve animals appeared at the celebration and generous Buddha named each year after one of them. The legend narrates further that a person born in a year […]

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24 hours in Mantua

Situated 190 kilometres east from Milan, a traveler will find the city of Mantova on a cross road between the regions of Lombardy, Veneto and Emilia-Romagna. The encompassing waters of Mincio River, Lake Garda and the joining river of Po, make the city look like […]

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Balkan Talks Over a Cup of Cappuccino

I met the first days of November in the heart of the Balkans. Still warm during the day and inviting for an afternoon cappuccino in the sunny side of the street, Belgrade offered its visitors a vibrant cityscape as only a kind housekeeper would give […]

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