For today’s post, we’re back in Rome. Since I spent a good amount of time in this city when I studied abroad, I have an almost-endless amount of recommendations for fellow travelers. Today’s recommendation is delicious: pizza from Bonci Pizzarium. Continue reading “Bonci Pizzarium, Rome, Italy”
Following the theme of our latest post, today’s post is on another pair of twin-cities that are well worth your time and space on your travel bucket list. Champaign-Urbana is located in East Central Illinois and is best known for being the campus town of University of Illinois. However, these towns have much more to offer outside of university involvement.
Michigan is a popular place for tourists, especially in the Midwest. The state offers a lot of greenery and many fresh water beaches for Midwesterners who are looking for a vacation not too far from home. One gem of Michigan, which ranges from completely unknown to some and very well-known to others, is the twin city duo of Saugatuck and Douglas. Located right off of Lake Michigan’s eastern coast, these small cities have much to boast about, no matter what kind of traveler and vacationer you are. Continue reading “City Overview: Saugatuck & Douglas, Michigan”
If you ever find yourself on the island of Sicily, located south of the Italian mainland, you need to invest time to venture just a bit further south, to the small island of Ortigia, right off of the main island of Sicily. Ortigia is known as the historic center of Sicily. It has a very quaint, old-town feel as you walk and gaze at its many features. Like any traveler, you are bound to get hungry as you wander around the island. Continue reading “Caseificio Borderi, Ortigia, Sicily”