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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: 10 - Added: 12-02-13]http://www.21grammy.com
An Americano guy living in Italia.
read more [Hits: 234 - Added: 03-12-10]http://garrettword.wordpress.com...
Day to day life in Italy, the eccentricities and mundane all set against what tunes shuffle on my iPod. read more [Hits: 51 - Added: 24-06-13]http://intheflatfieldidogetbored...
The observations, ramblings and occasional rants of a 20-something Welsh girl in Milan. read more [Hits: 61 - 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: 17 - 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: 54 - 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: 13 - Added: 21-03-15]https://anna77dennis.wordpress.c...
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: 23 - Added: 27-06-13]http://www.belpiemonte.com/en/
An American living in Italy takes off her rose-colored glasses to reveal what life is really like through the trials & tribulations of daily... read more [Hits: 253 - Added: 18-02-10]http://burntbythetuscansun.blogs...
Idaho to Italy - An American Expat family embracing the adventure of living abroad!<br />
read more [Hits: 50 - Added: 05-06-14]http://cafecarlson.com
Originally posted on Status Viatoris: status viatoris – being ‘on the way’/being in a state of pilgrimage The village festa season seems to be suffering from a few fits and starts th... read more
Posted on 31 August 2016 | 8:48 am
A wild, uncultivated archaeological park nestled next to white-washed
ancient grottos dating back to B.C, makes Matera feel rather biblical. It's
the weirdest, most wonderful city I've ever visited... read more
Posted on 30 August 2016 | 8:07 pm
“A man who drinks only water has a secret to hide from his fellow men.” This quote by Charles Baudelaire was one of the first things my eyes wandered too in the Osteria nestled in Il Borro... read more
Posted on 30 August 2016 | 6:03 pm
Girl in Florence
Last weekend was to be the 50th annual sagra, a food celebration of the beloved pasta dish from Amatrice, Italy “Spaghetti all’Amatriciana.” As you well know, Amatrice was hit ... read more
Posted on 30 August 2016 | 5:39 pm
A Merry Feast A Merry Feast
I have said it before. I love an island. Now that the crush of the summer season is winding down I am planning my autumn adventures. On my next trip to Venice I am going to explore the outlying island... read more
Posted on 30 August 2016 | 10:22 am
The almost eerie perfection of the Baroque reconstruction in Sicily’s Val di Noto. The twelfth century church three metres below street level in the same island’s port city of Messina. The... read more
Posted on 28 August 2016 | 6:25 pm
The Resegone di Lecco is a mountain with a serrated peak that resembles a saw. It is from this peak that the mountain takes its name; Resegon means "great saw" in the local dialect.It appears in Itali... read more
Posted on 27 August 2016 | 3:56 pm
I have been pretty much MIA all summer long. Time just flies so fast. But while there is still a little of summer left, there is just enough time to make this easy zucchini frittata.  ... read more
Posted on 25 August 2016 | 6:07 pm
Not far from the coast of Rimini, you can find a charming hills line, sweet, green and yellow. A landscape very similar to the one you can see in Tuscany, but still much more true and authentic. The r... read more
Posted on 25 August 2016 | 3:49 pm
Discovering and traveling Romagna. Food, Wine, History, People, Art, Culture
Despite always making passata when required, back in 2013 I wrote a post about not being bothered with making my own tomato sauce in bulk. Since then I have seen the error of my ways and have been mak... read more
Posted on 19 August 2016 | 9:18 am
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