Advertisements Reprinted From La Cucina Italiana Here are five ideas that take leftover pasta to new heights. Recently, we ran across an article in La Cucina Italiana in honor of Stop Waste Food Day that we want to share. Yes, you can always nuke up some leftover pasta – but these five ideas will transformContinue reading “Five Ideas For Leftover Pasta”
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Advertisements Top 15 Best Things To See and Do In Zagreb, Croatia Zagreb, a vibrant city full of surprises.
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Advertisements ZigZagging Our Way Through Europe With the temperature rising, we set sail southwest from Rovinj for the 2.7km trip to the peebly beaches of Red Island.
Advertisements ZigZagging Our Way Through Europe Our last day in Dubrovnik and, although we have explored much of this walled medieval city, there is still so much more. As we left our apartment, we walked down the narrow cobblestoned street that connects to the Luža Square and the Stradun leading to the Old Town Pile GateContinue reading “Dubrovnik, Croatia – Day 3”
Advertisements ZigZagging Our Way Through Europe We returned to Dubrovnik following our day trip to Perast and Kotor, Montenegro only to be met by a lively Croatian wedding celebration taking place in the Old Town just inside the Pele Gate
Advertisements ZigZagging Our Way Through Europe Back at our apartment in Zagreb and after a short rest, we set off in the afternoon for our 90 minute flight to Dubrovnik, Croatia. While Hvar, Croatia is often called the “Diamond of the Dalmatian Islands”, Dubrovnik is the “Pearl of Croatia”.
Advertisements ZigZagging Our Way Through Europe Having left the picturesque Lake Bled, we were off to Ljubljana, Slovenia.