Roma & Natalia - Travelers. Photographers. Storytellers.
We quit our jobs and sold everything. We are looking for our own path.

Venice greets with a flood

Venice greets with a flood

Venice greeted with flooding on the main square.

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Verona

Verona

Verona was a breath of fresh air compared to gloomy Milan. There is a mini Roman Colosseum in the city center, beautiful red and yellow architecture, elegant shopping and decent restaurants. And of course there is the Romeo and Juliet connection. There is Juliet’s house – a case of marketing for tourists started in 1936. [...]

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Gray and boring Milan

Gray and boring Milan

Milan is a city in northern Italy. Our expectations of the city were dashed in the first afternoon. Imagining something of chic Paris, trendy people and ultra urban dining, we were instead met by a boring and bleak center. Maybe we missed something and its not obvious where to go, and what to see that [...]

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Stressa on Lake Maggiore

Stressa on Lake Maggiore

Stresa is a resort town of about 5,000 inhabitants on the shores of the Lago (Lake) Maggiore in the region of Piedmont, and our first stop in northern Italy. Lake Maggiore features in Hemingway’s novel A Farewell To Arms. The main characters are forced to cross the transnational border within the lake in a rowing [...]

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Hiking along the Great Aletsch Glacier

Hiking along the Great Aletsch Glacier

The Great Aletsch Glacier is the largest glacier in the Alps. It has a length of about 23 km and covers more than 120 square kilometers. The effects of global warming can be seen here first hand, the glacier is retreating by up to 50 meters (164 ft) a year. Two dark stripes mark the [...]

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Hiking around Zermatt

Hiking around Zermatt

Went hiking in the mountains around the town. Tried to get some pictures of Matterhorn reflected in the lake, but the clouds lingered. (follow the “read more” below or VIEW PHOTOS HERE)

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Swiss Alps, Zermatt and an elusive horn

Swiss Alps, Zermatt and an elusive horn

Swiss Alps – This magnificent mountain range captivates you as soon as you see it on the horizon. Its a magical place you want to keep coming back to. One of those places is Zermatt – once a poor mountain village, now a wealthy ski resort with a famous mountain – the Matterhorn. After the [...]

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Bern

Bern

The center of Bern is full of beautiful medieval buildings that have been turned into a shopping mall of streets. Perhaps its most famous sight is the elaborate medieval clock tower with moving puppets. Einstein lived in Bern and worked at the patent office as an assistant examiner when he published his papers on special [...]

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Geneva

Geneva

Geneva makes you feel like you are still in France. Rich, calm, and a heaven for shopping the city has a certain charm. With lots of small places to explore, calm streets to walk down, and a certain quiet to the lake front, its a nice city to visit for a day on your way [...]

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