Our Dogs Visiting The Dolce & Gabbana’s Island Of Capri

Maltese dog and Faraglioni rocks in Capri

Gucci visited Capri, an island of sun and lemon.

The “jewel of the Mediterranean”, this small island is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the Mediterranean. With its atmosphere of refinement and wealth, its narrow alleyways, pastel houses, pebble beaches, and the crystalline sea, the island of Capri stands out among all the others.
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In Corleone We Left The Guns And Took The Cannoli

Maltese dog looking for trouble in Corleone Sicily

We went to visit Corleone, the famous mafia nest in the mountains of Sicilia.

It is known as the birthplace of several Mafia bosses, the real ones (Tommy Gagliano, Jack Dragna, Giuseppe Morello, Michele Navarra, Luciano Leggio, Leoluca Bagarella, Salvatore Riina and Bernando Provenzano) and the fictional ( Vito (Andolini) Corleone). Continue reading “In Corleone We Left The Guns And Took The Cannoli”

In Cefalú We Had Espresso With Fire

Maltese dog in a charming Taormina

Cefalu, a fishing little town, is known as the “pearl of the Tyrrhenian Sea”, for its rich history, cathedral, churches, and adorable Mediterranean cobbled streets converted into a pedestrian zone.
I warned A.: “We can NOT enter Cefalu by car. We'll have to walk! I'm sorry, I know it's as hot as in hell but Cefalu is a must!”. Continue reading “In Cefalú We Had Espresso With Fire”

The Amalfi Coast Is A Sight For Sore Eyes

Maltese dog visiting Positano

During the 40 km ride along the Amalfi coast, between Cetara and Minori, each one of us gained 5 kilograms, which means: each one of us gained one Gucci.

Good thing they just weight dogs on the airports, because I wouldn't be allowed to enter the cabin and they would put me with oversized luggage and sports equipment in the cargo hold. Continue reading “The Amalfi Coast Is A Sight For Sore Eyes”