Centrally Located Verona Makes Visiting Veneto District Easy

Text and Photos by P.J. Wheeler The City of Verona, Italy has grown in popularity over the last few decades; not only for being the setting for Shakespeare’s famous novel “Romeo and Juliet” and many movies of the same title, but for flicks, such as, “Letters to Juliet,” and “Spartacus.” Also, the city has the […]

Two day’s in Catania, Sicily

Article and Photos by Paula Wheeler Admiring the scene before me, from the fifth-floor studio apartment in Catania, Sicily, sheer joy surges through every inch of my being. Not only is The well-equipped studio vogue, it has a view that I could wake up to for the rest of my life. Off in the distance […]

The Well-Kept Secrets of Lucca

Article & Photos by Sandy Swanton Every time I speak with friends about Lucca – Italian or visitor – I get the same response. A smile slow rises in their lips and eyes… It is the calmness, the gentleness, and the elegance of this northwest Tuscan city that happily welcomes visitors. The origins of the […]