Three Eclectic Shopping Areas in Los Angeles

There is no shortage of great places to shop in Los Angeles. If you’re looking for a funkier, more bohemian aesthetic and lots of high-quality independent boutiques, I recommend checking out the following areas.

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A Guide To Attending Viareggio's Carnevale

I hopped off the bus from Florence and within minutes, I found myself attacked by costumed children and adults shooting silly-string in my general direction. I tried to take cover, but it was too late. This was just going to be one of the many absurdities that make up the identity of Viareggio’s Carnevale, the second largest carnival celebration in Italy after Venice.

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The Rail Way To Travel In Europe

The lull of the train almost whisks you to sleep, but outside a Tuscan countryside, castles on top of Alpine mountains and perhaps even a little foreign graffiti for good measure keep you awake. Traveling Europe by train is one of the best ways to see so much in a short amount of time. One minute you could be in Rome. Within hours you are in Paris and you did it all without entering an airport.

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That’s Amore! A Guide To Finding The Best Pizza in Italy

We all make mistakes while traveling in terms of eating, but pizza in Italy is one choice you don’t want to be disappointed about. Here are a few ways I have let my nose do the talking to find some of Italy’s best pizzas.

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Isola di Murano, Off the Coast of Venice

The name Venice evokes images of canals and gondolas, and romantic Italian dinners. However, Venice is also an arts and handicraft mecca. One of the city’s most popular souvenirs is Murano glass, which was originally produced on Isola di Murano, just off the coast of Venice.

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