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Italy: Why Lake Garda is worth a visit
by Keith Barrett.Foreign travellers have been visiting Italy for decades, drawn by the scenery, culture and history that are so intrinsic to Italian life. While Hemmingway took delight in his stays in Venice, many others looked further north - to the Italian lakes.La...
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Travel in Tuscany Italy - Free guide of Siena by Flashbooking
by Michele De Capitani.Siena is a city in Tuscany, Italy. It is the provincial capital of Siena province.Flashbooking is a growing cheap hostel Siena and hotels directory specializing in budget accommodation for independent travellers, students, backpackers, families and a...
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A new way to find a great Italy vacation
by Enrico Forte.The first thing to consider is that on the net you could search on thousand of travel website...but the number of the Holidays in Sicily is always the same. So it's better to consider to contact directly the owner or the travel operator to find great...
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Discover Italy through Bed And Breakfast
by Chinyin Yang.Italy is one of the Countries you have to visit at least once in a lifetime. Normally the typical trip plan for Asian people in groups is going to the big sights in those so called famous cities (such as, Rome, Florence, and Venice) with a bus, take ...
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Come in Rome and visit the Vatican City
by Web Marketing Team.Things to do at the Vatican City. Visit the Pope's summer residence. See among others the Terme di Caracalla and the Chapel of Domine Quo Vadis.
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Italys Sorrento Hotels are Peaceful and Laid Back
by John Articles.Discovering The Different Nuances Of Italy – The Sorrento HotelsHave you seen Naples? If you did, I am sure you would find it entirely mesmerizing. If you like to extend this feeling a little, do not head home, rather take a turn around the Bay and...
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Bardolino: Italys Best Kept Secret
by Keith Barrett.You can be forgiven for not having heard of Bardolino. Though the town is well known by most Italians, it remains something of a mystery to many visitors from overseas. Located just 25 kilometres north of Verona, Bardolino is the ideal place to stay ...

Venice obliged destination for tourism in Italy
by Michele De Capitani.Certainly, ?thinking to Italy one obliged trip among many, is a stay in characteristicand unique city of Venice.Venice is situated on the Venetian lagoon in theGulf of its name, about 28 kmfrom the town of Treviso and for its peculiarityof the city "...
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The Rome Travel Information You Don’t Usually Hear.
by Les Sheppard.Rome is such a famous city for its exquisite art, its magnificent architecture, its rich cultural history and its fashionable population. So when you look for Rome travel information, you expect to learn details of cathedrals, piazzas, train travel, ...
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Rome Holidays
by Simon Johnson.Capital of Italy, Rome is one of most visited tourist destination and has lot of exciting and beautiful attractions and tourist spots to offer. Established by twins Remus and Romulus, the city of Rome is famous for its rich architecture and ancient m...
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Holidays in Tuscany - For a beautiful Italian holiday
by Simon Johnson.One look at it and you feel like you are living a scene out of a fantasy tale. Tuscany charms you with everything, its architectural land, its aromatic vineyards and its striking smoothed hilltops. With moss covered ancient castles and sculpted landm...
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Touring Tuscany and Rome
by Keith Barrett.A typical ten day escorted holiday of the region provides ample time to see some of the sights of the region. Relaxing on an executive coach provides a wonderful, stress-free way to enjoy the countryside of Tuscany.It's little wonder that so many peo...
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Guide To Rome Airport
by Ross Marchant.Rome Airport, full name Rome Leonardo Da Vinci Fuimicino Airport , is reputed to be the second largest European gateway. It claims to service a total of 30+ million people annually and is rising year on year. The airport first opened in 1961 with 2 r...
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First visit to Rome
by Tomas Tilver.Rome is a fantastic place! The entire downtown area is like a huge museum. Wherever you look, wherever you go there are historic buildings, fountains, statues, monuments, palaces... And history is so alive in Rome. Makes you feel priviliged to visit ...
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Ancient Rome Gives Us Domus Aurea - Neros Golden House
by Jillkammer.Recently Rome opened the Golden House of Nero to public viewing and it is an attraction not to be missed. It is interesting that the ruins were discovered long ago during the Renaissance but it was in the late 20th century that they were prepared to...
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The Diary of an English Gardener in Tuscany
by R A E Mayhew.Jan 25th 2004 - Looking at the bleak colourless winter gardens here, and the memory of the garden in the summer, it is clear this garden needs work, but none more so than planting trees, and not any trees of course. La Doccia is surrounded by forests...
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The Journal of an English Gardener in Tuscany
by R A E Mayhew.The Mystery of the Birds DroppingMarch 6th 2004 - Despite our best endeavours we are not doing well encouraging birdlife. Last week we put up a bird feeder but I am sad to say that not one bird has been seen partaking of this bounteous feast, it is a...
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Journal of a Gardener - Tuscany Gardener
by Rupert Mayhew.The Iris SeasonMarch 13th 2004 – It seems that every wall, every verge and every garden in Tuscany grows Iris bulbs and they are now growing frantically, long green blades like tropical grass, ready to spring a colour on us, are everywhere. I hardl...
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Gardener in Tuscany
by Rupert Mayhew.Blossoms and the Busy SeasonMarch 27th 2004 –This is the start of the busy season in the garden centres as they are all stocking plants which means gardeners everywhere are breaking from their winter lethargy and starting to tend their gardens. We ...
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The Journal of a Gardener in Tuscany - Early April 2004
by Rupert Mayhew.The Journal of a Gardener in Tuscany – April 2004 part IEarlyMarch Winds and April ShowersApril 10th 2004 I replanted two flowering trees at the request of my Father, he cannot remember their names but one has yellow flowers and the other is a ‘p...
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Gardening in Tuscany
by Rupert Mayhew.Lavender & Tourists AppearApril 24th 2004This week we have made the garden ready for the busy tourist season, with just a few minor jobs, such as the new Lemon tree, left to go. La Doccia is full now for the first time this year. While every day this...
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The Journal of a Gardener in Tuscany - September 2004
by Rupert Mayhew.Sept 14 2004 – As the good weather continued through early September the lawn grew steadily browner and browner. Yet the nights are already shorter and just when it seemed the last of the lawn would die the heavens opened and rained, and this time ...
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The Journal of a Gardener in Tuscany - October 2004
by Rupert Mayhew.October 14 2004 – We set up the greenhouses for the summer shrubs, sadly removing still flowering geraniums, the gardenia, several hostas and the bougainvillea into a greenhouse and leaving many empty spaces around the garden, places that provided ...
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Sienna & The Heart Of Tuscany
by Norm Goldman.Today, Norm Goldman, Editor of  Sketchandtravel.com  & Bookpleasures.com   is delighted to have as our guest, travel author, writer, and photographer, Rebecca Ford. Rebecca is a contributor to several British newspapers a...

Eternal Rome
by Vivek Kuriyal.The city is able to attract one and all with its eternal magnetism. People also call it the ‘Eternal City’. If you are an art lover, it is the world’s richest city. You will be surprised that the city hardly sleeps with sound, which starts at d...
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