When in Rome-walking tour and Villa Borghese

I remember when the train pulled into Rome, I had very mixed feelings about actually being there. Growing up, I had always heard, read and seen countless things on Rome, so actually being in Rome was pretty exciting. At the same time, however, I knew I had to be a little more cautious than before….

Night bike tour of Florence

Anything is possible with me as far as tours are concerned, so it should come as no surprise to anybody who knows me well enough that I will eventually find a good tour. My motto is simple, if you have made the effort to travel, might as well do everything you possibly can while over…

The Mighty Leaning Tower of Pisa

The coach journey to Pisa took about 2 hours because there was no traffic on the way. The views of Tuscany from the coach were breathtaking. We passed more than a dozen beautiful plantations, with mountains gently looming in the background. It was a bit cloudy that day and it would occasionally drizzle, making the…

Firenze- The Cradle of the Renaissance!

I caught the early morning train to Florence from Venice and it took about 2 hours to get there. Initially, I had to take the water bus to the train station which was delightful since Venice was still asleep at this hour. Only one photographer roamed the streets of San Marco, trying to capture its…

Murano, Torcello and Burano-3 Beautiful Venetian Islands

After my wonderful tour of Doge’s Palace and San Marco’s Basilica ended, I headed straight towards the water station which would take me to these 3 wonderful islands. It was really crowded and the queue was really long since people were waiting for the boat to arrive for quite some time now. I somehow managed…

Venezia – More than just the City of Love

How do I even begin describing the adventures I had in this unbelievably beautiful city. This city is much more than simply the city of love. The people, the food, the streets, the bridges, the atmosphere, the tranquility, the sound of water, the singing gondoliers, the struggling yet happy street artists, and the history of…