Category Archives: travel

Trip To Florence

Last week I went to Florence with my husband and his family. It was my second trip to Florence… …but I was so happy to be able to see all this beauty again! They have an abundance of awesome statues … Continue reading

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Visit To Alabama Chanin Studio

Hello and belated happy new year 2012! It has been difficult to get back to blogging after the holidays, but here I am again. I realized recently that I still need to write about a very important visit I made … Continue reading

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Christmas Market In Piazza Navona

There is a Christmas Market every year in Piazza Navona. To me, it has a very different feel than Christmas markets of the North of Europe, probably due to the absolute lack of snow. Or maybe it is the abundance … Continue reading

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Charming Savannah (3) – Pulaski Monument

Savannah again! This is probably my favorite place in Savannah – Monterey Square. It was so nice and peaceful there, I just wanted to sit there for hours. But there is another reason why I like that square – it’s … Continue reading

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American Foods I Have Never Eaten Before

I’m going to take a short break from writing about Savannah to announce that while in the States last month I had an opportunity to eat some things I have never eaten before. And I don’t mean sweets only. Another … Continue reading

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Charming Savannah (2) – American Sweets

We, Europeans, tend to think that American sweets are only Snickers bars and the like. Nothing could be further from the truth. This is an example of delicious, handmade (!) American sweets: a praline. It is a cluster of halved … Continue reading

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Charming Savannah

Last week I spent a day in Savannah, Georgia, kindly taken there by one of my sisters-in-law, Clarissa (thank you, Clarissa!). I have always wanted to see this city and it going there was totally worth it. Savannah is full … Continue reading

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