Italy is almost synonymous with food and that's especially true in the Emilia-Romagna region. During the course of the week, I had the chance to get crafty and I enjoyed every minute of it. Below are five of my favorite interactive experiences that I recommend for any bohemian traveler heading to Northern Italy. In a perfect world, I'd suggest spending three days in Bologna and then spending the r[...]
 
 
During my week in Emilia-Romagna, I spent just as much time wandering through the cobbled city streets as I did basking outside in the countryside and that proved a perfect balance. This particular region really caters to travelers seeking interactive experiences, especially those relating to cuisine and crafts. Luckily, I got to explore both art and the art of food.It wasn't until our very la[...]
 
 
Even though the bulk of my Italy trip revolved around eating glorious handmade pasta and sipping on Sangiovese, I had to walk off all this deliciousness somehow, right? If you've ever read some of my Boho Guides, you know that I'm a huge fan of bike fashion so of course I had to snap a few photos of the chic bikes I spotted in Italy. A few of my favorites, along with some city shots, are below. B[...]
 
 
This is a guest post by Christopher Harvey.What comes to mind when you think about Milan? For the majority of people, it is bound to be fashion, as this glamorous city located in northern Italy is home to internationally known designers and prominent retailers. Others might be more concerned with football, owing to the fact that both Internazionale and AC Milan are two of the world’s most famo[...]
 
 
It's rare that I choose to enter a blogger contest, mainly because I'm perfectly happy sticking to my bohemian musings yet here I am, racking my brain for a reason not to give it a "Go with Oh" shot. When I first took a look at the ten cities offered during the winner's one month stay in Europe, my lips curled in the slightest hint of a smile as memories flooded to the surface of my mind.Nearl[...]
 
 
There have been a lot of articles that tackle the Traveler vs. Tourist argument, including one of our own. I've decided to contribute my own thoughts on the matter by coming up with 5 anti-travel behaviors I aim to avoid.I'll start off with one of my favorite Travel Quotes: If you reject the food, ignore the customs, fear the religion and avoid the people, you might better stay at home. - Jame[...]
 
 
Someone asked me the other day how many countries I had been to and after thinking for a few minutes, I realized that it was 22. Considering I recently turned 25, I'd say that's not too shabby so before heading out to a few more countries this year, I've made a list of where I've been and included some of my favorite memories.UK and EUROPEEngland: London was my home for a few months in 200[...]