Ljubljana: Just the Facts Ma’am

So are you tempted to go to Ljubljana now too? By the merest mention of its loveliness are you swayed to book a flight and give it a go? If the answers are a resounding yes! Then read on. If you’re more like “meh…” then get out of my sight. Just the facts about Ljubljana:… Read More Ljubljana: Just the Facts Ma’am

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Wrapping up that Rome trip (not the most recent one, but whatever, time is a flat circle)

Let’s go back in time to not my most recent Rome trip, but the one before that. Because aside from waxing on and on about how freaking great MuRO is, there are a couple other worthy things to note about that trip, low those many months ago. For instance, that particular trip was the first… Read More Wrapping up that Rome trip (not the most recent one, but whatever, time is a flat circle)

Art Nouveau in Rome: the Galleria Sciarra is a lovely, quick break

Art Nouveau is not typically associated with Rome, but there are a few architectural gems that feature the swirling, floral designs that characterize this style. The Galleria Sciarra is one such gem, tucked away off of the Via del Corso and comprised of only a building courtyard (so it’s good for a few minutes of gawking… Read More Art Nouveau in Rome: the Galleria Sciarra is a lovely, quick break

A Michelangelo right next to Termini, but totally empty. Win for me!

I love the lesser known Michelangelos, because I get them all to myself. In the case of the Baths of Diocletian, a huge complex of ruins across the street from Termini, you get pleasant ancient stuff, weirdo early modern stuff and an entire Michelangelo courtyard all to yourself. I commend all the Roman visitors who don’t go… Read More A Michelangelo right next to Termini, but totally empty. Win for me!

On Women Traveling Alone, or why every other article about this topic is TERRIBLE.

I’ve touched on this subject before, but I feel compelled to write about it again, because it drives me INSANE the way “women” travelers (always “women” travelers, never just travelers) are discussed in the American media, even by reputable sources that I like. Context: I’m a subscriber to National Geographic and therefore get eleventy-billion emails… Read More On Women Traveling Alone, or why every other article about this topic is TERRIBLE.