A week-long road trip through the most beautiful and famous west national parks. All the info, the itinerary and the unmissable places between Utah, Arizona and Nevada. You are ready? Here is the second part of my trip to the USA. In the […]
One of the most beautiful places in Trentino Alto Adige is undoubtedly the Alpe di Siusi. Read about the nicest hiking trails to do, look the amazing photos and follow my trip on the largest plateau in Europe. The Alpe di Siusi plateau consists of […]
Ore 9.00 – CHAPEL STREET FOR BREAKFAST
Wake up in the morning and find yourself on the other side of the world should already be enough to get the most out of the day but if that’s not enough, getting to Chapel Street is a great starting point
Dozens of bars offer every kind of comfort and it is difficult to choose between the various coffee bars that offer organic pies, muffins, american breakfasts, smoothies and centrifuges alongside many second hand shops all wrapped in a hipster style that You can not love it ..
The story of my weekend in Venice between aperitifs, delicious dinners and a bit of history ..
My TIPS about what to do and see in Milan, especially about food and beverage. I spent 5 years in this city and even though I decided to return to my beloved northeast, I left in Milan a bit of heart and life. If you […]
Are you planning a trip to Barcelona and would like to make a day trip but do not know where to go?
Come with me to discover Sant Cugat de Valles, a beautiful Catalan town 30 minutes from Barcelona. Very interesting for architecture, a beautiful center in the old city and an intense nightlife.
Sant Cugat de Valles is a charming Catalan town that is only a few kilometers from Barcelona, in 20 minutes by taking the blue line of the metro, from Plaza Catalunya you can get directly in its city center.
Founded as a dormitory town, in a few decades thanks to its enviable location has become the perfect place to live. Close to Barcelona but also to the giant Collserola park, Sant Cugat has always been home for the rich families of Barcelona as you can see from full of boutiques and stylish shops. The city is also home to many students and sports people. Also thanks to this mix the city has a lively nightlife that ranges from classical Tapas Bar to more modern places.
If you are planning a visit to Santorini this list is what you need to organize your trip in the best way, travel with me along the best thing to do in this amazing island. 1 – VISIT THE “ART SPACE” GALLERY AN ART MUSEUM […]
If you’re wondering that a trip to Puerto Escondido in Mexico is what you need, I think this post is perfect for you. Last year I crossed Mexico in far and wide with my sister (that frantic). A nice road trip long three weeks that has led us to the discovery […]
Above Moggio Udinese following path CAI 418/420, begins the trek called “Troj by Borgs”, a beautiful medium difficulty 4 hours trail that allows you to visit remote villages of the end ‘800th century, ancient inhabited by famous stonemasons of the area and shepherds.
So one morning of April, me and my boyfriend Simo, decided to leave home (not to early, because I looove to sleep, just to be clear) to visit this gorgeous track in the middle of nowhere (my land is exactly in the middle 😀 LOL ) .
So in spring I’m always absolutely out of shape and the mission was to do an easy walk to train legs.
We park in Moggio in the monastery area, not even a minute, and we get lost, good start honey …
After a short wander down the village we see a lady with technical clothing so we understand immediately that she and her funny pail were our salvation and shrewdly we decide to follow her. We follow her following the right path and then from the fountain of Moggio High we find cartels for the town COSTA from where an easy mule track start.
I admit to follow this path that meanders gently in the midst of white spruce forests, beech and black pine is delightful. In an hour and a half without great difficulty ‘(and if ‘m telling you ..) passing waterfalls, streams and spectacular views of the Glagno’ valley you reach the first forgotten village: Moggessa di qua’.
Accessible only by foot (more…)