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Witnessing the Glory of the Mille Miglia

An article from Cartecarburanti.it
The Mille Miglia was a race of legendary proportions, one that saw some of the world’s most desirable cars take on 1,000 miles of Italy’s finest roads, towns and countryside. However, the Mille Miglia is a very different beast these days, one far removed from the dangers of the fatal races from […]

By |Mai 16th, 2013|Contributed, Europe, Random|0 Comments

The Top 5 Most Stressful Things To Overcome Before You Even Go on Holiday

1.       Location, Location, Location – Deciding where the heck to go?
The world is a big place, you could say its divided in two or even four sections – north, east, south and west – but in actual fact its round and is 24,901 miles in circumference and home to 6.9 billion folk so it’s pretty big. […]

By |Januar 1st, 2013|Europe, UK|2 Comments

Top 7 ‚Splendido‘ Destinations of Italy

Top 7 ‚Splendido‘ Destinations of Italy
Italy – the boot shaped country famous for its pizza, pasta, fast cars and fashion has always been a desirable tourist destination for travellers all over the world. But which are the best places to visit? If you are interested in history, art, fashion or culture, you are sure to […]

By |März 23rd, 2012|Contributed, Europe|1 Comment

View from top of St Pauls, Vatican City Rome

A stunning photo from my recent trip to Rome. We clambered up the dome of the imposing St Paul’s Basilica which could be referred to as the gateway to the Vatican City. The views of Rome and beyond are breathtaking, the vista also allows you to appreciate just how small the ‚world’s smallest nation‘ actually […]

By |August 28th, 2010|Europe|0 Comments