November 1, 2015

Five Finest Italian Wine Regions

We love Italian wine. We love Italian food. We love Italy. But Italian wine is one of the most difficult regions to learn due to the variety. There are more than 300 official wine variety, and some say there are […]
May 8, 2014
Orvieto, Umbria

Small Towns in Italy

Road trip to Italy? Italy is one of the places that everyone wants to go and falls in love with. The country is full of major attractions, world-class cuisine, and cities including Rome, Florence, Naples, and Venice. They are worth […]
February 16, 2014

Why You Should Visit Naples, Italy

Why You Should Visit Naples, Italy The name Naples, Napoli in Italian, originated from the ancient Green name Neapolis which means new city. The Greeks first established the city and inhabited the region before Roman times. Now, thousands of years […]
March 29, 2013

Runaway Photo: Best of Italy

Oh, Italy, how I miss you. I stayed the longest in Italy during my Runaway Europe tour. From Milan to Naples, I enjoyed various aspects of this country for two weeks, and made me want to go back someday. Italy, […]
March 1, 2013
Herculaneum, Italy

Magnificent Herculaneum, Italy

Herculaneum In 79 A.D., the majestic Mount Vesuvius spout hot pyroclastic materials into the air. The whole region of Campania, where the volcano was located, was disappeared from the surface, completely. It was so hot, so fast; people couldn’t get […]
January 10, 2013

Day Trip in Europe is the Icing on the Cake – From Paris, Rome and Barcelona

  While I was traveling in Europe I was deeply touched by the world famous landmarks like the Eiffel Tower and Colosseum, but also pleasantly surprised by how many great charming little towns there were. Even though I loved every […]
January 4, 2013
The Arch of Constantine in Rome, Italy

Runaway Photos: Best of Rome, Italy

  Best of Rome in Photos   Be careful, the bench you are sitting on right now is possibly 2,000 years old. Close your eyes and imagine, the exact place you are standing, used to be the strongest and most […]
November 8, 2012

What Did Bird Poop Do to David

Why can’t we see David outside anymore? It was September 8th in the year 1504, when one of the world’s greatest masterpieces was about to be reveled at the Palazzo della Signoria in Florence. It was ‘David’ by Michelangelo. People […]
November 2, 2012

Campo dei Fiori in Photos – Rome, Italy

Fresh Produce at Campo dei Fiori   Campo dei Fiori, the oldest functioning market in the city, is a part of everyday life of Romans. Romans, and Italians in general, cherish what they eat. Getting locally grown produces, in season, is very […]