The Italian Island of Sardegna . . . My Paradise

Two weeks ago I was fortunate to spend one week with my husband in the Caribbean Turks and Caicos Islands. While I was there, loving the sun, the soft white sand, and the crystal clear water, I kept thinking how much I miss living close-by the sea. My hometown in Italy, Avellino, was only thirty minute away …

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Inspiring Workshops in Florence!

We always come across advertisements for cooking workshops in Italy, but how many times we have come across a workshop on Commedia dell’Arte or Baroque and Renaissance Dance or Inside Design: Concept of Italian Interiors? Well, these are exactly some of the exciting workshops offered by GO INSPIRED and you could be attending one on …

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A place of my childhood . . . Paestum

Paestum is an ancient Graeco-Roman city in the Italian Region of Campania. It is located in the Cilento and Valle di Diano National Park, near the Tyrrhenean sea. Paestum was founded in 600 B.C. by Greek colonists and its original name was Poseidonia in honor of the Greek's Sea God, Poseidon. In 273 B.C. the Romans …

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Learning the Italian Language. Chapter two

I am back sharing my beautiful language with my list of words of the month. If you have been following my blog you should recognize many Italian words from my January and February's posts. A little note to apologize for my list looking waving. I cannot figure out how to use the tab command on …

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