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Stories and Recommendations From an American Attorney Living in Rome, Italy. Mostly stories. Mostly funny.
Blog language: English
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US American US American expat living in Rome

  • Gender: Female
  • Move: Usa  Italy
  • Interest: An American Attorney in Rome, Italy
  • About me: American Attorney in love with Italy for 15 years quits job in Texas, sells house, and moves to Rome to start her own legal practice. But Italy isn't a postcard; it's a real place with real frustrations. And it's a lot of fun. I'm figuring it out as I go.

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  •  Tour the Colosseum at Night (Without Breaking In)
    Well, that was one of the coolest things I’ve ever done in my life. Last weekend I joined Walks of Italy for a Tour of the Colosseum at Night. I had never heard of doing such a thing. Can one do such a thing? Yes, one can, but only for a limited time. From NOW [...] The post Tour the Colosse...
  •  Wine Tasting in Rome for Dummies & Non-Dummies
    I’ve never taken a quiz to test my knowledge of wine. Living in Italy for all these years, including six months in Tuscany, people are usually surprised I know very little. I can taste the difference between great and awful, detect whether something is dry or fruity, and with my eyeballs I ca...
  •  La Sagra del Carciofo and the Art of the Artichoke
    On Sunday, my best friend Jennifer, her brand new husband Fabio, some of his friends, and my other friend Lauren all piled into two cars and headed west from Rome to a beach town called Ladispoli. The beach here is nothing special (if you want to go to a beach near Rome, I recommend Sperlonga), [.....
  •  An Inside Peek into Palazzo Sacchetti and ?The Great Beauty?
    I was thrilled to be invited for a private tour of Palazzo Sacchetti with the fantastic company, Italian Ways. First things first: I want to thank Chiara and Italian Ways for the very rare opportunity to see this opulent, privately owned palace, which is always closed to the public. Except for us, ...
  •  Historic Meets Modern in Stockholm, Sweden
    A few weeks ago I headed to the northiest northy north I’d ever been, to Stockholm, Sweden. I can’t lie to you, friends, it was the most expensive city I’d ever set foot in. Every time I was forced to pay for food or a museum ticket, a new gray hair sprung from my head. [...] The...

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