Caffe Rivoire, Firenze: Tales of Tourists Walking Around Aimlessly

Tales of Tourists Walking Around Aimlessly: Florence, Italy


Ah, beautiful Florence Italy. Nestled in the hills of Tuscany, this one time medieval colossus thrives today as a mecca for tourists, students, and artists. Home to Renaissance superstars such as Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Giotto, and Botticelli. Does the world’s next great artist walk these streets today, disguised as an unsuspecting tourist? Only posterity can know, next time on TALES OF TOURISTS WALKING AROUND AIMLESSLY!

Featured Video: Louis XVI Takes a Selfie

MarcoNaut, Matt, telling us about his experience at Versailles!

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Florence, Italy Photosynth

Kids! How to tell if your flight’s on time!

Featured Video: The Wall of Mirrors, Versailles

Here’s an update from MarcoNaut, Siena!

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MarcoNauts Abroad: The AP European History Tour in France & Germany

OK, MarcoNauts! Summer abroad is here! American teens and MarcoNauts Matt and Siena will be taking to the air, rails, and internets to keep you posted on the latest in boring churches, soporific museums, and lifeless palaces now filled with curious, cloying, portly, petulant tourists. Can’t wait! Just look for “sienajeakle” or “mattjeakle” in the byline to see who wrote the post. You’ll notice Siena writing a lot about food and fashion, while Matt is likely to focus on comedy. Both Matt and Siena are high school students preparing for AP European History courses next year, so you can learn along with them.

And let us know about your own travels as we shrink this Big Blue Marble down small enough to marvel at it and have a laugh or two.

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Summer Abroad: Bella Firenze!

Summer is almost here & the time to travel is upon us! Check out this featured sneak peak of the beautiful city of Florence. Ciao!

MarcoNauts Abroad! The Acropolis. Athens, Greece.

Tuscany

Tuscany by teammarcopolo
Tuscany, a photo by teammarcopolo on Flickr.

The Beauty of Tuscany

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