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An American in Rome – Italy
This blog is about the process and joy of moving to Italy. Blog by Natali..

From the Alps to the pink beach of Sardinia, Italy is full of natural wonders. But when traveling outside of Bari, I was introduced to one ..read more

Pasticerria Tonolo is one of the most famous pastry shops in Venice. While it can be hard to say no to gelato, in Venice I always prefer ..read more

Venice is surrounded by water, which changes with the tides as the lagoon ebbs and flows. As romantic as the lagoon views are, the canals ..read more

Every year, Italy celebrates 12 official public holidays. These days of rest and celebration range from national days to religious ..read more

Florence is a city that is absolutely renowned for its leather tradition. If you are searching for a Made in Italy handbag or leather ..read more

When it comes to superstitions to ward off bad luck and bring all the good luck, Italians are a pretty creative bunch. There are charms, ..read more

Christmas is a wonderful time to be in Italy because of all the decorations and history. Santa has begun to make an appearance in recent ..read more

There are beautiful holiday decorations in Rome, but the city doesn’t quite have the same feel as other Italian towns that are known for ..read more

If there is one kind of Italian home that I have always wanted to see, it is a trullo. Trulli (plural, trullo is singular) are traditional ..read more

There are meals and then there are meals in Puglia, and you never forget those. If you happen to be eating at Cibus, then your meal may ..read more

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