Trentino, Italy – Summer 2019 A spa visit, even in your home country where you understand language and customs, can be an intimidating experience for first-timers. When traveling in a different country, the stress of knowing what to do, and, more importantly, what NOT to do, can negate any sauna’s potential for relaxation. When you … More Should I Wear a Bathing Suit? Here’s What to Know Before Stepping Foot in an Italian Spa.
Vattaro – Trentino, Italy We recently returned to this tiny alpine village in northern Italy after being away for nine months. During that time, we’ve traveled nonstop through many countries – Bulgaria, England, Spain, Cuba, and the U.S. – in a whirlwind of movement, languages, and cultures. Nearly 25,000 miles of journeying separate us from … More When Does A Traveler Become Local? Five Things We Love About Immersive Travel.
January 2017 – Costa del Sol, Spain With 500+ days of nomadic life under our travel belts it seems a good time to reflect on the journey. And, what better way to cover ground than by answering the questions we are asked most frequently. Every day this week, we’ll tackle a new topic. In case … More After 18 Months of Travel, Here’s our Favorite Destinations.
The Maratona dles Dolomites, one of Europe’s premier cycling events, took place this past Sunday and, as always, didn’t disappoint when it comes to competition and spectacle. One look at event photos and it’s easy to understand why over 30,000 hopefuls apply for one of the coveted 9,000 spots. The Alta Badia region looks almost … More Cycling Extravaganza, Part I – Maratona dles Dolomites
Italian title: Lui Cycles, Lei Corre (I’m burning up Google Translate here.) – Vattaro, Trentino Aldige, Italy People are usually surprised when they travel with Matt and me and realize we don’t spend many of our days together. He’s an early riser and likes to get a cup of coffee, then grab a bike and explore. … More He Cycles, She Runs