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The Magic of Villa Cordevigo

Once upon a time in Renaissance Italy, the wealthy and noble Pignolati family bought a piece of uninhabited farmland, on which they built an impressive village. Today, we call this village Verona. Now, through a path of monumental cypress and nestled among vineyards and olive groves, the magic Details

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Jet Lag

Jet Lag. We all get it, we all dislike it, and we all have our personal recipes of remedies and preventative measures to kill it until it dies. Now that I have triumphantly returned to the States, I present to you my top three ways to defeat it. Let it be noted that I am not a trained healthcar Details

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Palazzo Te

One of the finest and most historical buildings in architecture resides in the city of Mantua, yet the majority of the public has never heard of it. The Palazzo Te was built as a vacation villa for Marquis and later Duke of Mantua, Frederico Gonzaga II, the son of Francesco Gonzaga II and our fa Details

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The Etruscan Gate

The city of Volterra has an ancient reputation.  Now known for being the birthplace of vampires in Stephanie Meyer’s bestselling Twilight novels, Volterra’s noteriety spans multiple centuries before the undead allegedly took over the town.  A stronghold of ancient Tuscany, Volterra truly is Details

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