Twenty-seven was a travel-filled chapter that is very special to my heart. It was full of plenty of “firsts.”

My first transatlantic flight. My first time in Europe. My first trip to Italy – where I transformed into a full-fledged Italophile. My first trip out West to Colorado. My first food tour in Roma. My first winery Tour in San Gimignano. My first time witnessing the Mediterranean Sea.

Looking forward, I can’t wait to learn Italian and return to Italy. After going to France and other European countries, it made me appreciate the friendly and loving Italian culture.

Recently, I purchased Rocket Language’s Italian courses (levels 1, 2 & 3). All you need is the Rocket Languages’ interactive app on your smartphone and you will reach an advanced conversational level! It’s very cool when you can speak into your phone and complete the courses while I’m traveling for work or doing things around the house. I highly recommend Rocket Languages to anyone who wants to dive into a new language.

So what destinations did I experience during 27? Take a look below!

1. San Gimignano, Italy


2. Vico Equence, Italy


3. Amalfi, Italy


4. Manarola, Italy

Details: Afternoon in Manarola


5. Cortona, Italy


6. Pompeii (Province of Naples), Italy


7. Ravello, Italy


8. Monterosso al Mare, Italy


9. Vernazza, Italy


10. Riomaggiore, Italy


11. Rome, Italy


12. Florence, Italy

Florence Italy Windows on the South


13. Lucca, Italy


14. La Spezia, Italy


15. Sorrento, Italy


16. Positano, Italy


17. Chanti (Rocca delle Macìe), Italy


18. Perugia, Italy


19. Charleston, South Carolina


20. Amarillo, Texas


21. Topsail Island, North Carolina


22. Savannah, Georgia


23. Destin, Florida


24. Colorado Springs (The Broadmoor), Colorado


25. Hilton Head Island, South Carolina


26. Daytona Beach, Florida


27. Bluffton (Palmetto Bluff), South Carolina

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Windows on the South is a personal blog written and edited by Alexis. This blog is part of several affiliate advertising programs. This means I may earn a small commission from them (at no additional cost to you). All of these products or services I would personally purchase, or have already purchased myself. The views and opinions expressed on Windows on the South are purely my own.
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