There’s a 3 day pizza festival in Italy and it’s even better than it sounds

Published on on 19th June 2018

I’m not going to lie – when I heard that there was a three-day pizza festival in Italy, where the whole town would effectively be transformed into an open kitchen, I (cue cliche) thought I had died and gone to heaven.

I mean, how can you beat the simplicity of a margherita?

The way the mozarella pulls apart with wild abandon to reveal the intensity of the tomato sauce.



Ten photos from Grand Hotel Portovenere

Published on Life in Luxury on 13th August 2015:

Ten photos from Grand Hotel dei Castelli

Published on Life in Luxury on 4th June 2015:

Genoa on Foot – Cultural Immersion the Quick Way

Published on Europe Up Close on 11th May 2015:

For many visitors, Genoa is a portal to the Mediterranean. It’s the largest seaport in Italy and the first stop for many cruise passengers. In fact, as you step off the plane, a queue seems to form automatically, which funnels passengers from immigration straight to the cruise ships. But if you make time for a short walking tour through Genoa’s old town you’ll be rewarded with an immersive insight into this culturally rich city.

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Ten photos from Hotel Brunelleschi

Published on Life in Luxury on 28th March 2014: