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How to Drink Olive Oil in Italy

How to Drink Olive Oil in Italy

I swigged a few thimbles in a restaurant by the Spanish Steps, and then some more in a tasting room at a Chianti Classico farm: olive oil (though there was plenty of wine, too). Before my last trip to Italy, I had only enjoyed my olive oil the usual ways: for stir-frying and dressing raw and cooked foods. But there I was, in Rome, doing as they do.

Discovering Casa Andina in Peru

Discovering Casa Andina in Peru

Recently, I had the opportunity to visit Peru on Globus’ Peru Splendors tour. It was an amazing trip, from the guides to the properties. One of the elements of the program that most surprised me was the Casa Andina hotel brand.

A Volcano of Extinction

A Volcano of Extinction

Anywhere you hike on Easter Island is likely going to afford you breathtaking views of the sea. By hiking to Rano Kau — part of the Rapa Nui National Park and located next to the ruins of the ceremonial village of Orongo — I discovered an enormous crater lake that is nearly a mile wide.

Preaching the Gospel Trail

Preaching the Gospel Trail

Haim Gutin, Israel commissioner for tourism for North and South America, and a few of his colleagues from the Israel Ministry of Tourism, recently dropped by the TravelAge West office.