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A place dedicated to Romagna: places, food, history, culture. Travel tips for those who want to visit Romagna in a different way! read more [Hits: 13 - Added: 12-02-13]http://www.21grammy.com
An Americano guy living in Italia.
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Exploring the art, culture, food and more of Italy in general, and Bologna in particular. This is a look at my new life in Italy as I get to surround... read more [Hits: 123 - Added: 08-04-10]http://www.aflamingoinitaly.com/
Day to day life in Italy, the eccentricities and mundane all set against what tunes shuffle on my iPod. read more [Hits: 65 - Added: 24-06-13]http://intheflatfieldidogetbored...
The observations, ramblings and occasional rants of a 20-something Welsh girl in Milan. read more [Hits: 63 - Added: 05-12-10]http://welshieinitaly.blogspot.c...
Adventures of a classically trained oil painter painting the streets of Rome, Italy. I travel the streets of Rome by bike with my easel and paint... read more [Hits: 25 - Added: 08-04-13]http://www.kellymedford.com/blog...
An American woman living, working and parenting in southern Italy. Books, teaching, clothes, shoes, friends, fitness, food, music, photography...life... read more [Hits: 66 - Added: 13-02-11]http://amid-the-olive-trees.blog...
A blog with regular postings of my paintings done mostly here in Italy. read more [Hits: 18 - Added: 21-03-15]https://anna77dennis.wordpress.c...
Bellissimamma is a blog about raising two little boys in Siena, Italy. It talks about traveling around in Italy with kids. You can also read posts on... read more [Hits: 2 - Added: 07-05-18]http://bellissimamma.it
A virtual tour around Piedmont region (Northern Italy): places to see, events to take part, cities and towns, a bit of history, as well as information... read more [Hits: 29 - Added: 27-06-13]http://www.belpiemonte.com/en/
Before moving to Italy I used to enjoy spotting signs that were either spelt incorrectly or were unintentionally humorous. Here in Italy it’s much harder to find them as Italian is my second lan... read more
Posted on 18 September 2018 | 10:47 am
A HUGE WELCOME BACK to all the Romantics out there who have asked and asked when this series would be making a return to primetime. Well here it is, if only very temporary (I need more submissions so ... read more
Posted on 17 September 2018 | 9:02 am
QUESTA DOLCE VITA - Blog
So, you want to see the Langhe? I don’t blame you, after all it’s impossibly beautiful in every season. The only question is, how best to see it? Fortunately for you, I’ve put in the... read more
Posted on 17 September 2018 | 7:38 am
Living in the Langhe
I recently left civilization. I was one of the last to board the plane, chasing after my rolling hand luggage as it sped towards the ticket desk, having been informed by the flight attendant that the ... read more
Posted on 16 September 2018 | 2:56 pm
My Life in Transit
My story of falling in love with Italy My love affair with Italy first began when I hopped off a tour bus in Rome nearly 20 years ago. I was enthralled and have remained so ever since, coming back aga... read more
Posted on 10 September 2018 | 11:38 am
Girl in Florence
Italy, in all its charms, lends itself very nicely to romantic quotes, soft-focus photos of rolling landscapes, and Facebook “stories” that make our friends back home jealous. But if you c... read more
Posted on 23 August 2018 | 11:00 am
I often visit the Isle of Wight to catch up with family. When I was young we used to go for seaside holidays and visit my Granny who spent 101 years on the Island. Fond memories of times are spent the... read more
Posted on 19 August 2018 | 3:25 pm
Anna Dennis | Oil Painter
The road from Arequipa to Colca Canyon trundles slowly out of the city centre, skirting the dusty, lean-to “suburbs” and winding around cliff-sides in a slow ascent before finally bursting... read more
Posted on 16 August 2018 | 9:54 pm
August in Rome is a strange month. The city is still crowded, but virtually all of the Romans have left. Italians traditionally head to the sea for at least a few days of summer vacation but I happen ... read more
Posted on 9 August 2018 | 9:13 am
Except when I’ve been on duty for cooking classes, I’ve been taking it very easy in the kitchen lately. In great part, it’s due to the heat. Why cook when you can have tasty, nutriti... read more
Posted on 9 August 2018 | 4:32 am
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