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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: 67 - Added: 24-06-13]http://intheflatfieldidogetbored...
The observations, ramblings and occasional rants of a 20-something Welsh girl in Milan. read more [Hits: 65 - 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: 28 - 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: 68 - 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: 19 - 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: 6 - 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: 31 - Added: 27-06-13]http://www.belpiemonte.com/en/
A Rainbow of Big Benches in Piedmont The Big Bench Community Project Thanks to Chris Bangle, founder of the Big Bench Community Project, colorful big benches have been sprinkled around the Pied... read more
Posted on 13 September 2019 | 2:52 pm
TURIN ITALY GUIDE
I have only been ecstatic a few times in my life. The first was when I finished my pharmacy board exams. The second, when I was granted a Blue Card to work in Europe. But the third and most recent was... read more
Posted on 5 September 2019 | 11:35 am
QUESTA DOLCE VITA - Blog
The buzz of September in Italy is so unique for the fact that it coincides...
The post What to do in Florence This September: Personal Suggestions appeared first on Girl in Florence.... read more
Posted on 1 September 2019 | 9:12 am
Girl in Florence
In ancient times it was the gold of Romans: salt was fundamental to store and keep food in a safe and sane condition. It was also a payment way: taxes could be paid with it and even the Italian word &... read more
Posted on 26 August 2019 | 3:02 pm
Discovering and traveling Romagna. Food, Wine, History, People, Art, Culture
Whether you’re a MAMIL, a FOSIL or just a plain old person who likes cycling, the Langhe is a biking paradise. Empty roads, rolling hills, breathtaking views, perfect weather, great coffee and, ... read more
Posted on 22 August 2019 | 6:36 am
Living in the Langhe
The Summer Madness of Ferragosto Day & Week (or two) This last Thursday, 15 August, was officially the happy National Italian Public Holiday day called Ferragosto. There are so many n... read more
Posted on 17 August 2019 | 9:36 am
Piemonte Dreams - Piemonte Blog
While wandering the streets of a foreign city one is likely to encounter foreigners, or, as they call themselves, “locals”. … More... read more
Posted on 12 August 2019 | 6:29 pm
My Life in Transit
Most of my friends have scattered to houses in the countryside, cool alpine villages, and beachy islands for the next few weeks. I do Italian summer slightly differently. I spent most of June and July... read more
Posted on 1 August 2019 | 3:52 pm
My relationship with doctors could best be described as “conflicted”. Waiting til the last moment to get an ailment checked when necessary, rushing to make an appointment for a simple chec... read more
Posted on 11 July 2019 | 1:52 pm
A place for me to bookmark the articles I've read and loved lately.Unrelated image just for the sake of attaching an image...To Grieve is to Carry Another TimeTo remember is not to time-travel; it is ... read more
Posted on 19 June 2019 | 8:46 pm
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