Gelato

Gelato in Italy

Italy is the home of gelato. What is gelato? The italian-English dictionary translates it as ice cream but it is NOT ice cream. Gelato has less calories, more flavor, and is creamier. It is best served from a artisan gelateria where the owner has a passion for making great gelato. It is never made quickly, puffed up high with air. It should always be served in metal, not plastic, bins.

Watch the video below on my YouTube channel about gelato and hear what some Italians say about this great treat:

-Ciao
-George

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Movery – An Italian Travel planner

Movery is a platform designed for travel planning. It is an intuitive and easy-to-use portal where you can create your own journey by choosing the destinations to visit. On the website you can easily find all the information about the points of interest in the area, including the lesser-known ones that are outside the usual tourist routes. The content is created by authors who know the area well, so that using this portal is a bit like having a trusted friend who recommends to you the best places to visit, allowing you to experience the area as a true local.

Their claim is “Movery amplifies your travel experience”, and their intent is precisely to assist travellers in creating and managing their personal tour.
The first step is to create a profile with your travel preferences, so as to start immediately the search for the best points of interest to add to your itinerary. In this way you have the opportunity to optimize the time to organize your journey.
The recommended destinations on the portal can be viewed both on the map (in order to plan the itinerary also based on the distance between one point of interest and the other) and through the “Destinations” section, divided by city.
To give further ideas in the planning of the itinerary, the Movery Blog offers recommended routes divided by theme:
  • Travel for All: recommended routes for travellers with specific needs: those travelling with a 4-legged friend, those travelling with children or those who need information on routes without architectural barriers.
  • Typical Tastes: itineraries dedicated to the discovery of the food and wine excellence of the territory.
  • Settings of Endless Stories: collects paths inspired by films and books.
  • History Travellers: paths dedicated to history enthusiasts, in order to retrace the places that have acted as a backdrop to great events or the passage of great personalities.
It will soon be possible to share your itinerary created on Movery with your travel companions (and in general with friends, via social channels). At the moment the project is dedicated entirely to the Campania region, but they aim to gradually expand it to cover the entire Italian country.
My YouTube channel. My aim in my BLOGs and VLOGs is to provide quality information on Italy to make your trip easier and more fun. Movery meets these goals.
Movery Information:
Ciao,
– George
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How to See Italy – What to see First

Italy has large major cities, medium size wonderful cities and unlimited small villages. The major cities are a must to see. They have wonderful museums, sites and architecture. The medium ones also have things to experience. The small cities are wonderful finds to explore. This video tells you how to see Italy and enjoy it. The YouTube video below shows how to make a memorable visit to Italy.

-George

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Eating well but cheaply in Italy

We love the food and wine of Italy. It is unique in our world in that it is fresh, local and delicious.

Italy has different types of restaurants:

  • Ristorante
  • Trattoria
  • Osteria
  • Pizzeria
  • Bars
  • Pasticceria

By knowing the differences, as explained in this video, you can eat well for not a lot of money.

Ciao,

– George

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Frankfurt Germany

Frankfurt is the center of the European Bank for Euros. It is a large modern city with an old wonderful center (Romeberg). The Main River flows through Frankfurt. It has wonderful pedestrian bridges over it. On the other side of the Main is where all the museums are located. They are all together so you can easily chose which you want to see and visit them.

The best way to see Frankfurt and get around is the Hop-On-Hop-Off bus & boat. Frankfurt is a very walkable city as well. It is an easy walk to everywhere. From the airport, take the ICE train (23 minutes) to the Central Train Station. We stayed at the Intercontinental Hotel while in Frankfurt and at the Steigenberg Airport Hotel 3 weeks later on our way home.

Things to see:

  • Main River
  • Palm Garden (Botanical Gardens)
  • Hop-On-Hop-Off bus & Boat
  • Central Train Station
  • Farmers Market
  • Galleria shopping mall
  • Old Opera House
  • Romeberg (old section)
  • Goethe Museum
  • Iron pedestrian bridge over Main River
  • Saint Bartholomew’s Church

Come walk with us through Frankfurt Germany:

– George

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Copenhagen Denmark

Scandinavia Trip 2019 – Copenhagen, Denmark

 

Who is George Febish?

I am a world citizen that travels to Europe, especially Italy, often. I am a dreamer and love discovering new small towns in Europe. I am passionate about Europe and want to share my passion with everyone who has been there or is dreaming about it.

 

Sit back and enjoy as I take you to some big cities and some small ones in Europe. I hope my passion gets passed along to you.

 

This VLOG:

Title: Copenhagen

Country: Denmark

 

We flew from Helsinki Finland to Copenhagen Denmark in April of 2019. Copenhagen is a wonderful and fun city to visit. It is a city of bicycles and people. The people are very friendly unless you step into their bike lanes. The best way to see this city is the Hop-On-Hop-Off Busses and Boats. We take them around to see everything first then go back and get off at stops we want to visit. There are two lines available. We took the Stromma line. They had a special that gave us two days for the price of one. The busses and boat available on Stromma are:

 

  • Red Mermaid Tour (Bus)
  • Purple Christiania Tour (Bus)
  • Green Carlsberg Tour (Bus)
  • Blue Boat Tour (Boat)

 

A great place to visit and have lunch is the Reffen – Street Food market. It is a group of shipping containers that are food stalls, beer & wine stalls, gelato stalls, etc. There are picnic tables everywhere to sit and enjoy your lunch outdoors. Some stalls give free samples. The food is not expensive considering this is Denmark.

Things to see:

 

  • Christiania (Little Amsterdam)
  • Queens Palace
  • Little Mermain
  • Reffen (see Hop on Hop off above
  • Kissing Bridge
  • Canal Boat Ride (See Hop-on-Hop-off above)
  • Carlsberg Brewery (was closed being remodeled when we were there)
  • Malmo Sweden (acroos a bridge – you can take train)
  • Botanical Gardens
  • Rosenborg castle (across from Botanical Gardens)
  • Tivoli Gardens (amusement Park)
  • Central Train Station with its clock

 

My BLOGs & VLOGs:

 

Coming Soon– Frankfurt Germany, Intercontinental Hotel Frankfurt,  Steigenberger Airport hotel VLOGs

 

Viking Overnight Cruise Stockholm to Helsinki: https://youtu.be/Wrt7WWoQhcY

 

Stockholm: https://youtu.be/svYbwSWm3hs

 

Hellsten Helsinki Senate Hotel in Finland: https://youtu.be/dnp-BkF0Fi8

 

Bergen: https://youtu.be/xgWhsRaw-DY

 

Zander K Hotel Bergen: https://youtu.be/dxOW2gOFoUE

 

Scenic Railway Oslo to Bergen: https://youtu.be/iV2vu1MrK2Y

 

Oslo: https://youtu.be/Qdt7yo1CDzQ

 

Hotel Verdandi Oslo: https://youtu.be/sWv8TKL8Q6E

 

Scandinavia: https://youtu.be/0HGtkSazeJY

 

Ibsens Hotel Copenhagen Denmark: https://youtu.be/M32Y6dR86Ow

 

 

How I Plan a Trip to Europe: https://youtu.be/M8BIGIGTJMY

 

Scott’s Cheap Airfares: https://youtu.be/rLo4VJzaSFY

 

Cheap Hotels: https://youtu.be/kKFOvXCqnAE

 

Find out more about me at:

YouTube Vlogs: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqTUxWm4R2tVj-4Sofvia8g?view_as=subscriber

 

BLOG: https://www.travelblogitaly.com

 

FACEBOOK GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/groups/951569118263800/

 

INSTAGRAM: georgefebish

 

EMAIL: georgefebish@yahoo.com

 

-George

 

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Rome 2

Rome or Roma in Italian is a wonderful city to walk around. There is good and safe public transportation but if you enjoy walking, you can walk everywhere in Rome. The food and wine are first class. Of course you can find great pastas and pizzas but Rome has so much more to offer including great fish.

This is my second VLOG on Rome and brings the familiar places and some not so familiar. I hope you enjoy this video and get to experience Roma!

Come walk with us around this amazing capital city. Watch my YouTube video below and discover Rome and these sites:

  • Spanish Steps
  • Trevi Fountain,
  • Temple of Hadrian
  • Pantheon,
  • Campo dei Fiori,
  • Old Rome,
  • Mouth of Truth (Bocca della Verita),
  • Aristo Campo Trattoria in Trastevere,
  • Saint Peter’s Basilica,
  • Vatican City Museum & Sistine Chapel,
  • Colosseum,
  • Arch of Constantine,
  • Pizzaria San Marco,
  • Orvieto,
  • Tivoli,
  • Villa Borghese and the Museum,
  • Trolley ride in Rome.

 

-George

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Spain and Italy

This is a summary of out trip to Spain and Italy and gives details on how we planned the trip. Rory and I travelled to Madrid, Seville, Barcelona, Venice and Rome. How did we plan this trip? How many days do you need in each place? How do you get from one city to the next?

these questions and more are answered in the YouTube video below:

Ciao,

 

George

 

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How I Plan a Trip to Europe

Planning a trip to Europe can be expensive and frustrating. In this video I give ideas for saving money, planning and creating a trip that will be fun and memorable. Don’t spend your time running around a city and traveling between cities. Enjoy life in Europe. Be a European while you are there. Make contact with locals, communicate, observe life around you. Enjoy the museums and sites but also savor the food and wine. Watch the Europeans around you. How do they live their lives?

The video below will help you plan a memorable and rewarding trip to Europe. Buon Viaggio…

Ciao,

George

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12 Differences between America and Italy

Here are 12 differences between America and Italy. They are not all the differences but some to consider on your trip. Italy is a wonderful country with great people, food, wine, museums and countryside. It is a different country with different customs and ways. These are not good or bad just different. Be aware of differences and don’t be shocked.

The YouTube video below goes through the 12 differences:

– George Febish

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