A Romantic Birthday Experience at Marchesi Antinori

It's not often I'm rendered lost for words. But as it seems, every single course at Rinuccio 1180 left me speechless. Perhaps it was the wine pairing, or maybe the ambiance or the food itself - but there was an energy in the room that was palpable. Felt by every person at every table. Or at least, so it seemed.
Bargino, Italia
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Why You Should Visit The Tower of London

Divorced, beheaded, died. Divorced, beheaded, survived. If you’ve been to the Tower of London before, odds are you’ve heard a young child skipping around and singing that song to themselves, or maybe a Beefeater (Yeoman Warder) has shown the gathering crowds the ditty. The song itself is reflective of the six wives of King Henry the VIII, one of ~arguably~…
London, England
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Postcards from the North Shore: Exploring the Winter Gales at Lake Superior

"There's something spiritual here. Something that welcomes you home. It never turns you away. It's as steadfast as the lighthouses welcoming the ships back to harbor. It'll wait for you as long as you need it to, and will always provide you comfort."
Tofte, Minnesota
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U Curdúnn: A Hidden Gem Tucked Away in Locorotondo

Featuring traditional Apulian plates and an intimate, cozy interior - U Curdúnn is a wonderful spot to try if you're visiting Locorotondo.
Locorotondo, Italia
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Follow Me to Firenze

The first time I set foot in Florence, I too felt the weight of giants. As a self-professed history lover, borderline nerd, I love going to cities that have extensive pasts. Whether they be good or bad. I think that history is our best teacher - you can learn so much from the scholars and artists that came centuries before you or I were even a dream in our parents' minds.
Florence, Italy
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