Posts Tagged ‘italy’

Traveling to Italy? Your 411

Traveling to Italy for work or pleasure? This Catholic travel guide has tips on churches, miracles, seeing the Pope, must-do tours (like the Scavi and Vatican Gardens) and awesome restaurants throughout Italy. Whether you're visiting Rome, Siena, Florence, Orvieto, Assisi or the Amalfi Coast, you're sure to find the tip you need here.

Call us addicts, but we’ve been to Italy five times in the last 16 years and I can attest this is a true statement: Italy, a lifetime is not long enough. Some of those trips were two-week stints as chaperones with our high school youth group. Some were work related and some were pure pleasure, just…

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Texans in Europe for 20: Rome, Italy

Our 20th anniversary trip to Madrid, Toledo, Córdoba and Sevilla, Spain; Fatima, Santarém and Lisbon, Portugal; and Rome, Italy, was flat out amazing. To read all about it, just click on those links. When you have to end your tour Europe, we say do it with a bang. That’s pretty much how the entire day…

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5 Tips for Planning a Vacation, Sans Kids!

A few weeks ago, my husband and I hopped on a plane and headed to Europe, sans kids, for nine awesome days. I’ve had several folks ask what we did with all six kids and if we missed them, how we planned for the trip and what led us to our destination. You ask, I answer.…

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Last night in Rome

Well folks, thanks for hanging with us. We are staying in Rome tonight and leave tomorrow morning for USA. While our trip was so much fun we are looking forward to being back in America. We miss our children and can’t wait to see everyone. Can anyone say Sonic cherry Coke with lots of ice?!?!…

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Assisi! Day seven.

Today we travelled to one of my favorite sites in all of Italy. Assisi is this little town famous for two very important saints in our Church – Francis and Clare. There is not enough time to tell you about these great people. So just enjoy the photos. Kathryn arrives in the morning and I…

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