48 ore a Napoli da leccarsi i baffi!

Where the foodies go

La prima volta che visiti Napoli, non la dimentichi mai più! Soprattutto quello che hai mangiato!

Ecco cosa siamo riusciti ad mangiare in questo nostro primo soggiorno di due giorni! Assaggiate tutto!

La sfogliatella

La sfogiatella a Napoli è un’istituzione! Non si può visitare Napoli ed andare via senza averne assaggiata almeno una. La servono calda. Noi ne abbiamo mangiate tante ed ecco dove (preparatevi alla fila per accaparrarvene uno):

PINTAURO

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ATTANASIO

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LA SFOGLIATELLA MARY

CUORI DI SFOGLIATELLA

Qui abbiamo assaggiato la sfogliatella salata salsiccia e friarielli!

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La pizza

Non avete mai mangiato davvero una pizza se non l’avete mangiata a Napoli! L’impasto, il pomodoro, la mozzarella…!!! Noi l’abbiamo assaggiata da L’ANTICA PIZZERIA DA MICHELE … vi consigliamo caldamente di farlo anche voi! (Si entra solo col numero che vi daranno all’ingresso. Arrivate presto, la fila può essere molto lunga)

La pizza fritta

La pizza “street food”, ripiegata, farcita e…

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Top 5 Facts You Didn’t Know About Romania

Learn Fun Facts

Romania

This is a guest post by Marta Gajin.

Romania is a “great unknown of Europe.” The harsh decades of communism past made this county struggle to keep up with the rest of Easter Europe let alone the rest of the developed world. But, through the ashes of the demolished economy risen the new Romania with a modern face and one of the biggest nightlife hubs that you can find in Europe. There are many stereotypes and curiosities that pop up in our heads when we hear about this nation but all of them vanish once you step in its borders. The beautiful Carpathian mountains with the most unique leafy forests in Europe or just that amazing spirit of the Balkans, their music, their art, dances, and the way of life that you won’t find elsewhere. Even tho this country transformed itself into a modern economy its still full of secrets…

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Jackson Square in New Orleans, Louisiana

Living The Q Life

While Bourbon Street might be the heart of the French Quarter during the night, Jackson Square is the heart of the French Quarter during the day. With many different local artists performing and selling local items, the area is full of activity throughout the day. The St. Louis Cathedral is also there as well as the Cabildo, which is a museum reflecting the history of region. There are also many different restaurants on the streets surrounding Jackson Square offering some of the best food in New Orleans. Needless to say, being a location that draws so many tourists, there are also a variety of stores that sell a wide variety of items that represent New Orleans.

DSC_9409 Jackson Square, Andrew Jackson’s Statue, and the St. Louis Cathedral

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As different artists perform, from musicians, magicians, and jugglers, to acrobats and dancers, crowds gather around making it difficult to…

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Top 10 Authentic Experiences In The “Land Of The Incas” Peru

Martina G.

Peru is often synonymous with the misty peaks and crumbling ruins of Machu Picchu. However, there is so much more to Peru than simply this iconic Inca city… Deep valleys protect beautiful lakes and lagoons of the purest blue, villages and traditions that have been frozen in time, adorned with the quintessential native Peruvian clothing.

Hike the iconic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

Built around 1450 at the height of the Incan Empire, Machu Picchu is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the seven wonders of the new world. This ancient city is one of the highlights of Peruvian history and it is that one Inca city that was never discovered by the Spaniards. What makes this destination even more spectacular was that it remained hidden from the world until explorer Hiram Bingham discovered it in the year 1911.

Discover the Floating Islands of the Uros in Lake…

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10 Most Famous Shiva Temples In India

Travel India

India is the land of Gods & Goddesses. However, Lord Shiva is worshipped as Mahadeva. He is also considered the most important and supreme power as per the Hindu religious beliefs. In fact, Shiva is the most revered god by Hindus all around the globe. Lord Shiva is the main Hindu god worshipped by Shaivites.

Lord Shiva has so many different avatars such as Nataraaj, Nandi, Veerbhadra, Ashwatthama, Durvasa, Yathinath, Grihapati, Bhikshuvarya avatar and so on.

Since Lord Shiva occupies a special space in the minds and hearts of tons of Indians, there are a number of Shiva temples all around India. In this blog, I’m going to discuss about 10 most famous Shiva Temples in India.

1.  Kedarnath Temple, Uttarakhand

This place does not need any kind of introduction. The temple of Kedarnath is located at Garhwal Himalayan Range of Uttarakhand near Mandakini River. It is considered as one of…

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March 2019 – Roaming Chiang Mai and Bangkok Thailand

Endless Roaming

If you have been reading my website at endlessroaming.com you would be aware that I have been blogging about previous adventures across the USA, specifically 2012. Ill also write further about other experiences in the USA and other countries I have been to, now Ill briefly go through my latest adventure in Thailand, Chiang Mai and Bangkok including a few Tips.

Chiang Mai is the northern capital of Thailand, originally founded in 1296 it still has the remnants of the Old City Walls surrounding the Old Town in the centre of the city. The official population is around 180,000 though the number of Western expats and others means this is only an approximation. It is also the cultural capital of Thailand meaning there are hundreds of Buddhist temples located around the city. The amount of outdoor activities, spirituality and cheap affordable accommodation for Westerners coupled with quality shopping and…

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Happy International Women’s Day

Luna

Happy International Women’s Day to all of you wonderful, strong, powerful, beautiful women! I just want you to know that I want you to always be ambitious, strive for happiness and fight for yourself. Live life at your own terms and don’t let anything or anyone define who you are. Your worth can’t be measured. I hope you all have a great day and a great weekend.

My Women’s Day started yesterday actually. I celebrated a little with my boyfriend and today he woke me up with a surprise flower delivery to my door and I just can’t seem to erase this smile off of my face. This evening I am going out with my girl Isabella. We have a table at our favorite bar and a bottle that’s going to make us make fun decisions and good memories. Love you all, have a great day!

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The Best Dressed Tree In Bangkok

Live And Let Thai

This isn’t a post about fashion.

My fashion sense consists of three questions, how comfortable is it, how much will it make me sweat and how would this look on Harrison Ford? Three questions that have stood me in good stead when picking clothes but hardly the skills required for a blog about fashion (I know my limitations).

But when it comes to tree fashion I am now an expert.

What I don’t know about the lastest trends on rooted timber isn’t worth knowing.

I havent acquired this skill by going to fashion college, nor have I become an aborist (check it out, it’s a posh word for ‘Tree Surgeon’)

Quite simply I know all about what trees are wearing this season because I have found the best dressed tree in Bangkok…maybe in all of Thailand…and who knows, maybe in the whole world.

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Underneath the kaleidoscope of…

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World’s Best Destinations For Female Solo Travellers

Martina G.

Travelling alone as a woman can be quite intimidating and even scary at times. However, just because you want to explore the world solo, doesn’t mean you need to be alone. Find out which cities made our list of the world’s best (and safest) destinations for female solo travellers, where you will be able to meet like-minded people from all over the world…

Kyoto, Japan

With over 4,000 historical monuments such as temples and shrines and the charming streetscape of the old city, Kyoto attracts millions of solo travellers all year around. Wander through the incredible Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine, visit the Kinkakuji Temple, participate in an authentic Japanese tea ceremony, visit the Kiyomizu-dera Temple, enjoy a panoramic view of the city at the Kyoto Tower, find peace at the Eikando Zenrinji Temple, experience the Monkey Park Iwatayama, walk down the Philosopher’s Path in Arashiyama. Visit Kyoto in spring to experience…

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