Tag: Italy

Skyscanner why u so cruel?

Skyscanner why u so cruel?

(Update 10/31: Skyscanner PH sent me a nice note explaining what happened. See comments below.) Today, October 29, will go down in history as the day Skyscanner gave me a mini-heart attack. I mean, who wouldn’t get a heart attack from these prices? Sadly, the […]

Delightful Venice

Delightful Venice

Venice! This waterlocked Italian city is every bit as pretty as it promises to be. When we stepped off Santa Lucia train station, we were immediately greeted by the sight of colorful old buildings, bridges, boats, birds, and the fabled Grand Canal. And tourists, of […]

Burano: A Study in Color

Burano: A Study in Color

An island in Venice, Burano’s particular fame for color does not disappoint. Even in the fog, the hues of its houses pop, valiantly trying to dispel the gloom of winter. They are a delightful study on palettes — pale pink with pale yellow, bright orange […]

General Audience with Pope Francis (8-Jan-2014)

General Audience with Pope Francis (8-Jan-2014)

No words needed. “General Audience with Pope Francis (8-Jan-2014)” was created by LSS for travel site Small-Town Girls, Midnight Trains. All rights reserved.

The Schengen Visa: General Information

The Schengen Visa: General Information

A Schengen visa allows you to travel to any country in the Schengen Area. In other words, once you obtain a visa from any of the Schengen countries, you can travel to all of the Schengen countries. (For avid travelers like myself, this is the drool-worthy equivalent […]