Jennifer Dombrowski

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Name: Jennifer Dombrowski
Date registered: January 23, 2012
URL: http://www.jdombstravels.com

Biography

Jennifer Dombrowski is a location independent globe trotter who is based in Prata di Pordenone, Italy. She works as a social media and communications strategist and is an award-winning travel writer. She is also a travel correspondent on Traveling on the American Forces Radio Network. Jdomb's Travels was named one of the top travel blogs to watch by the Huffington Post and has been featured by top publications such as CNN, Buzzfeed , and The Telegraph. Her iPhoneograpy has also been featured on publications such as USA Today and Travel + Leisure. Google+

Latest posts

  1. The Art of Gnocchi Making (And Recipe) — July 23, 2014
  2. Drivers…and Jennifer…Start Your Engines! — July 21, 2014
  3. You Know You Love Me – XOXO, The Empire Hotel — July 16, 2014
  4. Doing Barrel Rolls in a Bi-Plane Over Hoover Dam — July 11, 2014
  5. A Slice of New York at Pizza a Casa — July 8, 2014

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The Art of Gnocchi Making (And Recipe)

It’s practically a crime. I’ve lived in Italy for five years and had never taken an Italian pasta making class. The wonderful team at Castelfali, a Medieval Tuscan town that had fallen into neglect and was recently restored into a 2,700 acre resort, thought so too. They promptly invited me to attend their Castelfalfi Rosso …

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Drivers…and Jennifer…Start Your Engines!

I’m not a NASCAR fan. Truthfully, I’ve only been to one NASCAR race and that was because Tim got free tickets for volunteering at Phoenix International Raceway. And anything else I know about NASCAR is based on (a probably not very accurate) Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby. But I like fast cars and …

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You Know You Love Me – XOXO, The Empire Hotel

I’ll admit it – I’m a Gossip Girl fan. When Sex and the City ended, I was aching for something to replace it. Gossip Girl had many of the same elements: fashion and New York City as characters themselves. And “The Empire Hotel”, Chuck Bass’ hotel and Upper West Side home, played its own role. …

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Doing Barrel Rolls in a Bi-Plane Over Hoover Dam

I’ve seen Hoover Dam a hundred times. We made the drive out there and did the Dam Tour with every visitor we had over the course of the five years that we lived in Las Vegas. But I’ve never seen Hoover Dam like this – upside down while strapped in to the open cockpit of …

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A Slice of New York at Pizza a Casa

Visit the Empire State Building? Been there. Stroll through Central Park? Done that. If you’re looking for something different to do on your next visit to New York City, the head to Pizza a Casa Pizza School in Lower Manhattan. There’s nothing like a New York slice (it’s a NYC food icon, after all!) and …

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The Adventurer’s Guide to Gothenburg

Gothenburg is home to a buzzing cafe culture, world class restaurants, and all the museums that New York, London or Paris could hold for a culture seeker looking to quench their thirst . But Sweden’s second largest city also boasts an enviable list of urban adventures to be had, from a vintage roller coaster to …

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In Case of Emergency, In Case You Need It

No matter whether traveling or just at home, we hope we’ll never need an “in case of emergency” contact. But things happen and in the last few months following our car accident, we’ve had more and more questions about what to do in such situations when abroad. We’ll bring you a whole post dedicated to …

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Afternoon Tea at the Mandarin Oriental Lobby Lounge

While the ritual of afternoon tea is certainly very British, Britain isn’t the only place to enjoy the centuries-old tradition. New York’s luxury hotels know that sipping tea from bone china and nibbling on dainty tea sandwiches is the best relaxing and luxe way to spend an afternoon in the Big Apple. And now place …

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Un”wine”ding at the Ritz Carlton Chicago Spa

The health benefits of wine are undisputed. Red wine – in moderation, that is – has heart-healthy benefits and doctors say that the antioxidants even help prevent heart disease. The early Europeans were ages ahead in documenting the grape’s health benefits. Greek physician Hippocrates even used wine to treat patients in the 4th century B.C. …

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Hiking Germany’s Ancient Beech Forests

When I think of the ancient inhabitants of Europe, I immediately think of Attila the Hun, the Vikings, and the Romans. But before even ancient Rome spread its empire, beech trees covered the continent. Though most of the forests were cut down to make way for Europe’s famous cities like Berlin and Prague, Germany is …

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