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HIKING ITALY’S AMALFI COAST (THE PATH OF THE GODS)

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Italy’s Amalfi Coast. You’ve likely seen photos of this unbelievably beautiful Italian wonderland in the pages of a travel magazine or heard about it in a Jay-Z song (it’s where he goes when he needs a vacation from the South of France). This region is home to soaring mountains, clear blue water, fresh and delicious seafood, and an assortment of colorful seaside and mountain villages with luxury and budget accommodation to

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THE SPLURGE: IL SAN PIETRO DI POSITANO

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Click here to view only the photos from this article Welcome to Il San Pietro, an exclusive hideaway clinging to the cliffs of Positano, Italy. Regularly named one of the best hotels in the world, Il San Pietro is where heads of state, Saudi royals, and Hollywood legends have come to find peace and privacy since 1970. It’s time you added yourself to the roster of distinguished guests and put Il San Pietro on your

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WHERE TO WEAR: IL SAN PIETRO DI POSITANO

Il San Pietro Positano Italy

Let’s talk about that Italian escape you’ve been dreaming of.  The one where you’re living like a king on the Amalfi Coast, dining on the freshest seafood, lounging by a pool overlooking the sea, and looking like a pro while doing it. Well I’ve got good news. That dream is real and it’s called every single day at Il San Pietro, a too-incredible-to-be-real-but-it-is hotel hanging off the cliffs of Positano,

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ROME’S FRESH AND NATURAL GELATO

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From Italian journalists, to American expats, to world travelers, everyone I spoke with seems to have a favorite gelato shop in Rome. For me, one shop in particular made a lasting impression on account of its quaint location, incredibly fresh ingredients, and passionate owner. This is Gelateria del Teatro. View the video I made right after eating at Gelateria del Teatro! Just a 5 to 10 minute walk from Piazza Novona down the quintessentially Roman,

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