Jessica Spiegel

Jessica Spiegel

I'm a writer & a tourist.

I'm a freelance writer, copywriter, & editor who specializes in travel (especially Italy), makes logistical details easy to understand & fun to read, & produces clean work in a timely manner.

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6 Beautiful Boutique B&Bs in Barcelona | Bed and Breakfast

Barcelona has a bit of a dual personality. The Catalonian capital is a busy economic hub with a rich artistic heritage. Accompanying its modern and cosmopolitan flavor is a deep history. You can experience all of these facets of Barcelona by exploring the city—but you can up the ante by staying at one of the many unique B&Bs around town.

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6 Milan B&B stays for Expo 2015

After years of anticipation and preparation, the 2015 Expo Milano has begun. The event runs through the end of October, 2015, and is expected to draw 20 million people to Milan. The theme chosen by organizers, “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life,” focuses on sustainability and food production—and with 140 countries represented, an impressive array of innovative food ideas (not to mention delicious treats) will be showcased.

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Agriturismos in Italy – Northern Italy Edition | Bed and Breakfast

The term “agriturismo” is a mash-up of the Italian words for “agriculture” and “tourism,” and roughly translates to the concept of a “farm holiday.” These Italian agriturismi (that's the plural) are all still working farms, often serving guests with food and beverages produced on site. Many properties offer guided farm tours and tastings of their products. Some have on-site stables for horseback riding excursions. Some even have an enthusiastic chef in the family who offers cooking lessons to guests.

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3 Unique Neighborhoods You Have to See in Berlin | Bed and ...

Berlin spent decades as a divided city, and there are still several areas that could be considered a “city center.” Additionally, once independent towns that have been incorporated into metropolitan Berlin give visitors even more ways to experience the city. Here are three Berlin districts with distinct personalities and plenty to offer travelers—including easy transportation into other parts of the city.

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Agriturismos in Italy – Tuscany Edition | Bed and Breakfast

The term “agriturismo” is a mash-up of the Italian words for “agriculture” and “tourism,” and roughly translates to the concept of a “farm holiday.” These Italian agriturismi (that's the plural) are all still working farms, often serving guests with food and beverages produced on site. Many properties offer guided farm tours and tastings of their products. Some have on-site stables for horseback riding excursions. Some even have an enthusiastic chef in the family who offers cooking lessons to guests.