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slow living Italy pics and stories

Here you’ll find a link to the posts in the blog where there’s something about life in Italy.

A life that is slow, dedicated to food, culture, and pleasures. At least, that’s what we all aim for. Let’s say weekends are easier to be fulfilled with a little dolce vita.

Still, if you take your time, stop for a minute while running from a place to another, you’ll find inspiration EVERYWHERE.

From the floral attires of the cities to the old men sitting outside bars. From old lazy buildings to beautifully set tables.

I hope this journal of mine helps you embrace the slow path, and inspire your daily life.

 

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Artichokes in the Ghetto

Early Spring in Rome

Carnival in Rome

La Befana

New Year’s Eve

a seaside Christmas in Taranto

a Christmas walk in Rome

 

Villa Ada’s forest

 

 

Taste of Roma culinary adventures

 

 

Rome Alone

 

Bau Beach

 

Rome summer night’s

 

 

Pretty in Pink

 

Ortigia

 

Floracult

 

Olive Oil Tasting Night

 

 

Milano’s chic Christmas

 

 

The Ghetto

 

lunch in Sorrento

 

Naples’ people

 

 

getting married in Vietri sul Mare

 

 

slow living Puglia

 

 

A Greek Tragedy in the Colosseum

 

Rome’s White Dinner

 

wine tasting in Val D’Orcia

 

scootering Favignana (Sicily)

Carnival in Rome

slow living Italy: Carnival in Rome

 

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