Author Archives: Sharon, Ticket to Travel
Ever mystical wonderful Naples! She’s not most traveler’s first choice of destination, but hopefully more will experiment and sample her charm. Everytime I’ve visited, people have cautioned me to be vigilent and wary. Yes, there will be those Neopolitans who take … Continue reading
Puglia (or Apulia) is eyeopening because it presents a surprising geography not seen anywhere else in Italy. We visited the ‘spur’ of Italy’s boot mid April and found it to be astounding! Based out of the old pirate town of Vieste … Continue reading
Part of the obvious charm of traveling in Italy is the way store owners artfully display their wares! And pastries, candy and gelato can be found in every small town and big city…just there to tempt you to try. Here … Continue reading
It’s surprising that more people don’t use Lucca as a base for a week or so when visiting Tuscany. When they discover that Tuscany includes more than Florence and Siena, they quickly want to know how to build a vacation … Continue reading
The day was warm but not hot. We had hoped for sunshine on Lake Como in June, but we were never sure. We had walked around the small town of Cernnobio on the lake and fell in love with it. … Continue reading
Here’s an unusal daytrip–one especially suited for those who love the climate of Nice and Monte Carlo…but want all the best that Italy provides. Enjoy Kevin Hin’s Blog: The Italian coastline: cycling from San Remo to Imperia.
June 27, 2010 New York Times Travel: http://travel.nytimes.com/2010/06/27/travel/27James.html View Henry James Walked Here by ADAM BEGLEY, the former books editor of The New York Observer, is at work on a biography of John Updike.