Name: Jackie Lina Alexander Nickname: Jaxs Occupation: Bartender/studying to be a paralegal Age: 22 Generation: Second Mom’s side from: Fano, Pesaro and Urbino, Le Marche Raised in: Toronto Speaks: English
Name: Kristine Centis Jorge Nickname: Krissy, Kris Occupation: Masters student in notarial law Age: 27 Generation: Third Dad’s side from: Figueira da Foz, Portugal Mom’s side from: Guglionesi, Campobasso, Molise and Villaorba, Udine, Friuli-Venezia Raised in: Montreal and Laval Speaks: English, French, Italian and Portuguese
From crystal clear marine protected waters to ancient temples and archeological sites to DOC wine and famed Crotonese cheese, Crotone is a province rich in nature and history overlooking the Ionian Sea. The Province of Crotone was established in 1992 by a territory division belonging to the province of Catanzaro that now borders it on the southwest and Cosenza on the northwest. It is home to 27 municipalities. Its historical blueprint includes Magna Graecia, the Byzantine Empire, the Saracens, the Normans and the Kingdom of Naples.
No trip to Venice would be complete without a vaporetto ride straight to Murano, the most famous of its islands. The small city, known as the mecca of glassworks, is only a nine-minute boat ride from the Fondamente Nuove and a 30-minute ride from San Marco. Here’s a short guide that will help you look beyond the glass to the treasures of Murano.