Monthly Archives: January 2015

5 Reasons Why Sorrento Will Turn You into a Food Lover

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This is a guest post written by Mary Johnson. She started her expat experience in Germany where she completed her bachelor’s degree in language. She spent time living in Spain before landing in Italy, where she is currently exploring the expat life. If you want to connect with Mary, you can follow her on Twitter.

Sorrento is the jewel of the Italian coast. It’s an idyllic coastal retreat, clinging to the Amalfi cliffs – surrounded by inviting waters, full of warm-hearted locals and brimming with food that will take your taste buds on a heavenly gastronomic journey.

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4 Italian Travel Question to Ask Me on Twitter

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There is no doubt that there are many questions and unknowns when traveling to another country. With an abundance of content available often time the little things keep people from branching out. The gap between following your gut and a successful trip is often a risk that destroys peace of mindIf there ever was a time to need a direct line to someone who has been there done that, it’s now.

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3 Places in Rome to Ring-in the New Year

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As this year comes to an end, there are endless parties, people to see, and mile stones to reflect on. Celebrations all around the world are about to take place. For those of my friends who are celebrating new year’s in Rome, there are three spots I recommend you see before it hits midnight.

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