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Can you believe I’ve never been outside of the United States? There was one time I was in Michigan and came close to Canada. Just minutes away, but I didn’t have a passport. It was a very unfortunate time, because I’ve always wanted to travel to Toronto and take a look around.
Well, today I would like to talk to you about beaches in Italy. I’ve never been to a beach either. You all are probably saying this chick is a complete bore. I just never had the traveling money to go, because I chose to spend my money on other things rather than planning and saving up for a trip. Now that I’m older, I am going to actually try to go to some of the places on my bucket list.
Italy is one travel destination that’s at the top of my list, because as you know from the last blog post, I love Italian furniture. I also would like to explore Rome. Go to an old city that’s ancient. That would be incredible because the United States is part of the new world and you don’t get to experience ancient architecture. It’s definitely a dream, because I’ve always wanted to go places that you read about in history books. I also want to travel to Milan, which has been called the fashion capital of the world by many individuals. I just want to see fine cloths and jewelry. I’m getting away from what I really came to talk about, so let’s get to it.
There are several beaches in Italy, so I would like to name a few you could visit that are considered the best by U.S. News & World Report. I’ll list them from fifth best to first best so you won’t quickly know which one is the first best, because if I list the first best first, then that would be boring. You feel me?
- Amalfi Coast
If you go to the U.S. News & World Report link up above, it lists these beaches and also has links that have hotels and other things to do near these beaches. There are also pictures of all these beaches at the same link. Also, below I’ve added a YouTube of Italian Beaches by MojoTravels if you need another opinion about which ones are the best beaches.
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