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Agriturismo. Yakitori. This week’s travel blog roundup will have you brushing up on your foreign language skills and plotting your next trip abroad.

The Points Guy shares the secret to planning a family vacation in Italy: stay in a agriturismo, a guest home on a farm in rural Italy.

We got lost in Fathom’s roundup of the 24 best indie magazines for travelers — we’re newly smitten with Boat.

Nervous about using a site like Airbnb for the first time? Nomadic Matt reveals how it works, how to pick the perfect apartment and how not to get cheated.

If you’ve ever dreamed of backpacking Europe, The Savvy Backpacker has put together a comprehensive and impressive guide.

Beyond insanely fresh and delicious sushi, Migrationology explores another delicacy in Tokyo, yakitori (skewers of grilled meat).

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Sara GilliamSara is a Senior Producer for Travel Channel.com. She has eaten her way through Thailand, sailed around the coast of Greece -- and thought she died and went to heaven...

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