Spent a few days in a freezing Milan (London is a tropical town in comparison), got cold and fog, visited nice sites, tested a few interesting restaurants (the good Osteria, the modern Ham Holy Burger, the easy-going pizzeria).
Totally jetlagged but hungry like a wolf (only old guys like me can recall the title of a song, here), sitting in a grill in South Rhode Island (not to be confused with North Rhode Island, please) among partying youngsters, eating crab cakes and working on last details of this week meeting. It will be a great […]
Hoping that Parisien Taxi drivers will speak some English one day and their credit card machines will work is like waiting for a miracle. It just doesn’t work (well, miracles might happen, Paris taxi drivers’ card machines working is just not possible). But Paris is a magic place, and there is always a reward to […]
At least, MY last day. (sailing from Heraklion to Dia Island, and back)
A few days in Crete are enough to realise how much I am missing the Mediterranean way of life (today also defined: Mediterranean lifestyle). And it’s not just about the Mediterranean food and diet, still point of debate among Anglo-Saxon media. It’s about life, simplicity, taste. It’s about going slow and still living your life at […]
The new Lonely Planet beta destinations pages are simply gorgeous. The full story of the new redesign can be found here. Via Medium. Photography is one of the most effective tools in helping people understand a destination. That’s why we’ve developed new partnerships with wonderful people like 500px to help us surface the best travel […]
Other views can be found on my Instagram account.