Diane Haverly

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Best compact camera 2018: 10 top models to suit all abilities

Compact cameras and the compact camera market have changed a lot over the last few years. Smartphones have decimated the entry-level range of …

A beginners guide to Android photography settings

Your Android probably has a decent camera right out of the box. If you never touch any of the settings, and remember a few basic techniques to get …

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7 Ways to Take Better Shots With Your Smartphone

Some of us love them, some of us hate them but the fact is mobile photography is here and it is here to stay. The vast majority of us carry a …

The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to iPhone/Smartphone Photography

Dear friend,<p>This guide is intended for you if you currently own a smartphone (iPhone, Android, etc) and want to learn how to take better …

Mobile Photography

Italy's Best Kept Secret: Sperlonga

<i>Contempt</i>, Jean-Luc Godard's acclaimed 1963 film, contains a movie within a movie: A high-powered producer hires a writer—married to a drifting and …

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Art Treasures of Rome—Michelangelo, Bernini, and Raphael, Oh My!

Love art? For hundreds of years, the Catholic church has been commissioning and collecting the world’s greatest works of art. A wealthy nation-state, …

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I Spent Five Days In Venice Photographing Its Beauty And Culture

I have wanted to go to venice for as long as I can remember, and this year I got the chance to cross it off my bucket list. I was not disappointed. …

Where to go in Rome: day 1 - Central Area

Are you planning to visit Rome?<p>Rome is of course an amazing city, but as it is one of the most visited cities in the world, going there without …

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Best Free Things To Do in Venice

Spread over 118 small islands in a sparkling emerald-green lagoon in the Adriatic Sea, Venice is one of the most unique and unforgettable cities. Its …

A Great View Of Rome, Italy | Amazing Places

Summer nights in the city: The best of Rome after dark

Rome seems designed for summer. Unlike business-oriented Milan, which melts in the heat, the Eternal City comes into its own between mid-June and early September when the piazzas and vicoli (cobbled lanes) of the centre become open-air living rooms once the cool of the evening has descended, while …

15 Phone Hacks Every Traveler Needs To Know

How to plan for the worst, prevent insane fees, and make the MOST out of your device.<p>You're going to want to keep these three goals in mind:<p>* Have a plan if your phone gets stolen or lost.<p>* Prevent insane roaming fees.<p>* Make the most of your phone's capabilities with offline maps, translators, etc. …

5 Places to Shop in Venice

Tranquil residential neighborhoods and commercial districts frequented mostly by locals make up Cannaregio, Venice’s northernmost section. Dotting its small canals, where workaday motorboats are more common than sightseeing gondolas, are cafes and shops, from trendy boutiques to family-owned gems. …

“Cibo di Strada” A Guide to Rome’s Street Food

A walking culinary tour of Rome allows you to taste some of the best and most authentic foods the city has to offerThe post “Cibo di Strada” A Guide …

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Seven Pizzas You Have To Try When You’re In Italy

Pizza has become the cornerstone of fast food worldwide. Every corner of the world will have at least one pizza joint slinging dough. That’s not hyperbole, but no one owns pizza quite like Italy. Their chefs are able to turn what is basically a simple flat bread with …

Skeletons, coins found in dig of ancient Pompeii shop

Italian and French archaeologists have discovered four skeletons and gold coins in the ruins of an ancient shop on the outskirts of Pompeii.<p>Pompeii archaeological site officials said Friday the skeletons are those of young people, including an adolescent girl, who perished in the back of the shop …

What I Learned in Italy About Loving My Body

How one traveler rediscovered Italy through its soulful food.<p>The dessert menu arrives.<p>Otto nods, swirling back through the dense maze of white …

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10 Quick Things You Need To Know About Food In Italy

Swiftly following on from the 30 things you need to know before visiting Italy and a little inspired by this table cloth (via our snapchat …

How to make a day trip from Rome to Pompeii

A street in Pompeii, with 2,000 year old cart ruts...<p><b>Rome to Pompeii by train:</b> A Trenitalia Frecciarossa from Rome to Naples. More info about …

How To Avoid Getting Scammed In Italy

In a 1970s Italian cult lm, the famous actor Totò—mainly known for his roles as a creative crook— conned an Italian-American tourist in Rome by selling him nothing short of the Fountain of Trevi. The victim was hooked into thinking he could collect all the money that had been thrown to the bottom …

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Just back from: Venice (and the Veneto)

Anna finds her namesake vessel in Venice © Anna Tyler<p>Anna Tyler, Lonely Planet's Destination Editor for southern Europe, recently returned from a trip to Venice and its surrounds.<p><b>Tell us more…</b> My mum and I hadn’t been on holiday together for years, despite her repeated hints about sneaking herself …

What to Explore When Visiting Rome, Italy

What to Explore When Visiting Rome, Italy<p>Updated on March 29, 2017<p>Rome is the capital of Italy,its 3,000 years old and rich of art, architecture , …

A long weekend in... Rome

How to get there in the style, and everything you need to see during your 36-hour stay<p>Only in Rome is it possible to understand Rome,” said Goethe. …

Italy travel tips and advice: Twenty things that will surprise first-time visitors to Italy

Stumbling upon a picturesque square is likely to happen in Italy.<p>"La dolce vita": those three words sum up so well the picture that most people have …

A Mini-Guide to Florence, Italy

<i>Photos by Goats on the Road</i><p>Florence, also dubbed the "Cradle of the Renaissance" is firmly planted on most travelers’ Italian itineraries. Who …

Seven Savvy Ways I Enjoyed Venice Without Spending a Bomb (And How You Can Too)

'Venice is expensive'.<p>That's what the majority of people said when I told them where I was going for a weekend break away. I never expected Venice to …

Recommended EATS at the Venice Grand Canal at McKinley Hill in Taguig!

Have you ever been to the romantic and enchanting <b>Venice Grand Canal</b> at the Venice Piazza, McKinley Hills in Taguig? Well, it’s considered as one of …

5 Random Things From A Weekend in Venice

I’ve just got back home after spending the last few days hanging out in Italy. Here’s what I (and we) were up to!1) Running around a CastleOk, so I …

Doing the Caesar Shuffle in Rome

With just under two days in Rome, our Best of Europe in 21 Days tour needs to be very well designed. We do what I call the "Caesar Shuffle" upon arrival (Colosseum, Forum, Capitoline Hill, and Pantheon). We go together to Campo de' Fiori and disperse to find dinner on our own before embarking on …

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