The Hungarians call it bolognai spagetti, the British refer to it as spag bol, and in the United States, we say spaghetti Bolognese. This simple plate of spaghetti and meat sauce has gained worldwide popularity, except in …Read More →
Posts in the Category: Europe
On a wet Sunday morning in May, in a canyon just beyond Bobbio, Italy, a group of rafters and their guide gathered for a descent down the Alta Val Trebbia (High Trebbia Valley). Snug in …Read More →
It was mid-November and really cold outside. The kind of cold where even if you are traveling to a new area you want to just stay inside. And that’s exactly what I wanted to do.
Our first time in Rome we rented what was essentially a room in a three-bedroom apartment billed as a bed and breakfast. The room was a hot mess at best, and breakfast was non-existent. For …Read More →
Campo de’ Fiori is certainly not the only market in Rome. In fact, they can be found in nearly every district of the city, often acting as social centers for the neighborhoods. However, it was the ideal …Read More →
We’ve written quite a bit about our time cruising the Danube River from Austria to Germany with Gate 1 Travel, but we have yet to give you a glimpse inside the …Read More →
There are over 666 porticos in Bologna. Actually I should clarify, there are 666 porticos on the walk going to the Basilica of San Luca and over 40 kilometers of porticos throughout the city.
That is …Read More →