Sunday, April 21, 2019
My 5 Favorite Places in Santa Croce I’ve been in Italy for just about two months now. Over that period of time, I’ve had the opportunity to explore my new neighborhood, Santa Croce Florence, alone...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JP-PQlqLy2I ITSono una social media manager una seo, definire il mio lavoro è molto complicato ho aperto il mio blog ioamofirenze nel 2006, erano anni in cui i blog erano all'inizio- Facebook lo stesso cominciava a muovere...
We went on a mad one telling you where to buy vintage in Florence, so what about the other capital of Italian Fashion, how about some vintage shops in Milan. So Milan is renown everywhere...
A tight budget can lead to poor wine choices in Florence. You find yourself buying €3 bottles from shops that are no more Italian than you are, and the lingering aftertaste of vinegar won't let...
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So, you want to be a businessperson. Fantasizing of closing million-dollar deals, 20-minute power naps, thousand-dollar suits, and every decision holding weight like a hundred-pound dumbbell, which will either gain you or lose you money...
Heya, so we were thinking if you’ve already started your semester you might be taking some days off and discovering the rest of Italy, so this is where we come in, as you’ve seen in...
There's always the Ponte Vecchio, the David, and the Duomo, but these 10 tidbits are best enjoyed or only available when it's cold outside.1. Hot Chocolate I know. Hot Chocolate. What a cool, new thing you've never tried before, right? WRONG. First of all, if you've never been to Italy, you probably think hot chocolate is a liquid. But in this ingenious country, it's not. What Italians call hot chocolate (you know, besides "cioccolato caldo") is a thick, velvety rich drink that's almost a pudding but not quite. It's served with a spoon, so, you decide. For the absolute best hot chocolate in Florence, cross the Arno and find your way to "Hemingway." Their menu includes creations from the world champion of artistic chocolate-making. A valid reason for the café being a little pricey? I'd say so. Savor a creamy, white hot chocolate with ginger, and try not to feel bad for those silly people who come to Florence in the summer.Hemingway Piazza Piattellina, 9 50124 Florence, Italy Hours: Mon to Thu 4:30 p.m. to 1 a.m., Fri and Sat 4:30 p.m. to 2 a.m., Sun 2 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Hey there StudentsVille readers we’ve come to the conclusion that you’re coming to Europe with the main intent of learning the language of the country you’re visiting. So this week why don’t we help you...
What to do in Bologna Bologna is Emilia-Romagna’s regional capital, and it’s historical importance to the country is seen from the beauty of its historical center. Founded by the Etruscans in the 6th century, it continued...
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-CFpS5PemGcOne of the best parts about being in Italy is that everyday things are their own little adventures - even a trip to the italian supermarket grocery store can be a portal into a world...