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Assisi, Italy

We took an early train out of Rome to the birth place of St. Francis of Assisi who founded the Franciscan order. For those that are not familiar with the Franciscan order, they are friars that believe in a very modest and simple life in order to worship God. The town of Assisi is about a 4...
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The Many Sites of Rome (Part II) – Italy

Even though we had managed to cross off quite a lot on our list of places to visit in Rome (click here for Part I), we still had a lot left to visit. We had one last full day in Rome, and the first stop was the Colosseum. It was a little jarring to see the newly restored portion next...
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The Many Sites of Rome (Part I) – Italy

Rome has a lot of sites to visit, and the city is quite large to navigate.  After checking into our hotel, we decided to hit the ground running and check out some sites nearby.   The first place we visited was a church that had several armed guards in front of it.  The inside looked very...
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Vatican City, Italy

The Vatican is the quintessential place to visit when you're in Rome. This was the place I was looking forward to the most out of all of our sightseeing in Italy.  Unfortunately for us, the day we booked our tour was the day it was pouring rain in Rome. It wasn't so bad though, as majority of the...
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The Amalfi Coast, Italy

Our next stop was to visit the small towns along the Amalfi Coast in Italy.  There are several options on how to explore the various towns - train, bus, or rent your own car/moped.  When researching which option we should do, we were considering renting a car, but after reading several warnings from...
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Pompeii and Naples, Italy

Our first stop of our Italy tour started in Salerno. We flew from Dubrovnik to Rome, then took a train to Salerno from there. Salerno is a city south of Naples which could also be considered a southern Amalfi coast city. We arrived at night and took a stroll down the main street. Hungry from...
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Walking the Walls & A Food Tour in Old Town Dubrovnik, Croatia

Our last stop of our tour of Croatia was to Dubrovnik.  From Hvar, we took a hydrofoil catamaran that took about 3.5 hours to arrive. The most important item on our list for this city was to walk the old town city wall. The next day we woke up extra early to beat the crowds. Here is a video we...
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Split, Hvar, Brač, Croatia

Arriving in Split was quite a change from the two previous towns we had been staying at (Rovinj and Zadar). Split definitely was more tourist heavy and the shops and numerous vendors catering towards tourists was more evident.  Just hopping off the bus and seeing the piles of backpacker backpacks...
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Zadar and Krka National Park, Croatia

Our next destination of our Croatian tour led us a 4 hour drive south to the historic city of Zadar. On our way, we had to take a ferry which loaded the bus and gave us a great view of the coastline. Many of the tourist destinations in Croatia have historic old towns. Zadar is set within...
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Spending our Anniversary in Ljubljana, Slovenia

For our 2 year wedding anniversary, we decided to take a day trip to the capital of Slovenia, Ljubljana. I’m sure you’re already asking yourself, how the heck do you pronounce the name of the city? Well, we were wondering the same thing and had to look it up. The correct way to pronounce the name of...
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