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A Sneak Peek at A New Hostel in Venice: wombat’s VENICE Mestre

A Sneak Peek at A New Hostel in Venice: wombat’s VENICE Mestre

As the #WombatsTraveller ambassador for wombat’s CITY HOSTELS, I have the enviable job of visiting all the wombat’s locations in Europe and writing about the hostels and their respective cities.  wombat’s are already well established, in London, Vienna, Budapest, Berlin, Munich, and very soon to be in Venice as well!  The brand-new wombat’s VENICE Mestre will be opening this summer, so to get a head-start on exploring this amazing city, I jetted off to Venice a couple of weeks ago. …

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Don’t Try to Visit Venice in a Day – Why You Need More than One Day in Venice Italy

Don’t Try to Visit Venice in a Day – Why You Need More than One Day in Venice Italy

I recently went to Venice Italy for the first time, and I fell in love.  I admit I had mixed expectations, I wasn’t sure how I would react to the over-tourism, gaudy souvenirs and constant stream of people in gondolas.  However, once I’d spent a couple of days exploring the narrow streets, I realised that there is so much more to Venice than just a few touristy attractions.  I understand that if you are short of time you may not…

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Where to Go in Italy in Winter

Where to Go in Italy in Winter

A trip to Italy is delightful in summer, when you can make the most of the warm evenings, enjoying dinner and a glass of wine on any restaurant terrace. However, this year I’ll be back in Europe over the winter, and I’m already planning where to go. Italy is always high on my European bucket list, so here are my picks for the best places in Italy in winter. Where to Go in Italy in Winter: Venice While Venice is…

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Xochimilco – Mexico City’s Venice with Boats, Food & Mariachis

Xochimilco – Mexico City’s Venice with Boats, Food & Mariachis

When conjuring up thoughts of romantic boat rides with a gondolier, one can’t help but think of Venice.  But Mexico City?  No way!  I had no idea before I came here that Mexico City was founded on a network of lakes and rivers.  Nowadays in most of the city you would never guess, as the metropolis has swallowed up almost all traces of its river based past.  But South of Mexico City, Xochimilco offers a glimpse of Mexico City’s history,…

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