What we absolutely loved about our last trip to Rome in December was the Night of Museums in Music: Musei in Musica 2018.
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Sicily is one of the most popular places to travel to. Going to Sicily, you’d better be prepared to share this paradise island with other folks. But if you don’t want to run with the crowds there are still some less famous but not less beautiful places off the beaten track in Sicily. We combined them into this itinerary “Sicily Travel: Beyond the Crowds”.
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Gnu, our lovely Defender here, has a story of its own if I may say so. When we got him from the British RAF he was rather tattered and you could see outside in places where you really shouldn’t be able to – which is to say that rust and other, possibly more sinister causes, had left their mark.
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Confucius says: the better the road is, the faster you go, the less you see. The worse the road gets, the more you see, the slower your journey will be. Having read that, dear to-be subscriber/friend/guest, you are sure to be intrigued and stay with us during this 45-days-long trip so that you can get some more of this Confucius-style wisdom.
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