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The Best Airbnb Beach Houses In lieu of the productive things I should be doing, I’ve been browsing beach houses on Airbnb. Care to fantasize along with me? Here’s some of the gems I dug up: 1. Agonda Beach Hut, Goa, India" The first on the list is also nearly the cheapest,...
This month's Real Estate Crush is hand picked for your annual Halloween bash! Whether you're leaning towards Guillermo tel Toro vibes or straight up evil nuns (or maybe this, I won't judge), this historic Italian convent is a bargain at just shy of 20 million. The convent was originally built in...
I've been making use of lazy summer days to catch up on the stacks of travel magazines that have been piling up in our little apartment. Among all the new wanderlust and inspiration happily swimming in my head, I was smitten with the photography in a feature on Lartigue:...
- Dying to visit this Italian countryside spot with locally made salami and cheese and a self-serve, honor system setup (found via Messy Nessy Chic) - There's a Roundabout Appreciation Society in the the UK - Beautiful photography of America's vanishing rest stops -  A cute Grand Budapest Hotel inspired video game -...
I'm probably not attending any summer festivals beyond the local variety, but that hasn't stopped me from browsing Fest300's curated selection of the best festivals around the world. Sure, everyone's heard of Burning Man, but what about Australia's Camel Cup? With that in mind, here's 5 lesser known summer...
The Trulli of Alberobello are an historic town of over 1,000 mortar- less limestone houses near the coastline of Southern Italy. Dating back to the 16th century, the unique structures were built from roughly worked limestone boulders brought from nearby fields. Now a UNESCO World Heritage site, the town...
Because cross-cultural communication is always more interesting with Dolce & Gabanna models. Though it might take a couple viewings to corral your focus on their hands... http://youtu.be/Hxu50kiDVGc  
I just started following mattego on Instagram, and I'm crazy about his candid street shots of everyday life in Italy! They're not over-thought, or trying too hard to capture the "ideal" of Italy. Just those little moments we all see, but aren't always adept enough to capture.
This extravagant mansion for sale in Lucca, Italy was originally built in the 17th century by wealthy silk traders. Renovated and added to over the years, it's unclear how much of the fresco work is original, but it looks pretty amazing to me! It's a bit strange, but unlike so...