Ever stayed in a castle? Been taught to cook by a professional master chef? You can do all that and more in April!
We’re offering a very special themed vacation portion of our trip to Italy. The first week will be spent at an all-inclusive cooking school where we can bond over amazing food that we cook ourselves and all the wine you can drink.
After we sharpen our culinary skills, we’re heading to Naples for the following three weeks.
Naples is a coastal metropolis that is close to Pompeii, Herculaneum and the Amalfi Coast. I’m sure there will be lots of side trips among our group!
Dublin…it’s not just the capital of Ireland, it’s the capital of all things Irish!
From traditional Celtic music to historic castles to lavish Victorian-era pubs to stunning Georgian architecture to the imposing St. Patrick’s Cathedral (founded in 1191)—Dublin is a thriving city that asks you to pull up a chair and have a friendly chat.
And just a short train ride away are Dublin’s coastal villages, where you can stroll an elegant 1800s-era pier and take in the dramatic history, strange legends, castles, hills—and fantastic food. The villages are pretty and picturesque…and all different!
We’ve heard it over and over again: “If you love Italy, you’ll LOVE Croatia!”
An amazing blend of Italian and Eastern European inspirations, complete with old cobblestone streets and seaside promenades, Croatia’s coastline is one of the most beautiful in all of Europe.
We’re basing ourselves in Split, the country’s second largest city, with its amazing 4th century Roman structure known as Diocletian’s Palace.
Whether you explore the nearby islands (one of which has one of the oldest towns in all of Europe) or sip coffee all afternoon on the local’s favorite seaside promenade, it’s going to be a rich, gorgeous, extraordinary experience.
BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA November 20 to December 17, 2022
Known as the “Paris of Latin America,” this cosmopolitan capital of Argentina overflows with BEAUTY: gorgeous architecture and bridges, verdant parks and some of the best street art in the world.
Buenos Aires is also the birthplace of tango, and the city is loaded with classes and world-class teachers, if you’d like to spend the month learning this sensual dance style. But you can also just watch tango—in clubs, in performance halls, in the streets!
Your senses will also delight in the amazing red wines from the nearby Mendoza region, as well as some of the best pizza outside of Italy due to the huge influx of Italian immigrants in the early 20th century.
Buenos Aires is one of Pam and Linda’s favorite cities, and we promise: it will steal your heart!