Category Archives: living in Italy

Real Italian Bar in Krakow!

It is very difficult to start blogging after a break, but here I am and I have some great news. While on vacation in Krakow, some friends took us to a real Italian coffee bar! We were sooo happy, because … Continue reading

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Trip To Florence

Last week I went to Florence with my husband and his family. It was my second trip to Florence… …but I was so happy to be able to see all this beauty again! They have an abundance of awesome statues … Continue reading

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My Birthday

Today is my birthday and a few friends were kind enough to visit me. I decided to prepare an easier and lighter version of tiramisu, because this is a dessert that Italians (at least in Rome) typically prepare for their … Continue reading

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Happy Women’s Day!

What a nice sunny day! And here in Italy we are celebrating the International Women’s Day today! Mimosa is the flower given traditionally to women on the 8th of March. Here together with pretty roses in a bouquet given to … Continue reading

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My First Baby Shower

Last Saturday we went to our friends’ baby shower. It was the first baby shower I’ve ever been to! On the way to the apartment I had to take a picture of their beautiful yard. It was still quite cold, … Continue reading

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Snow In Rome!

It sounds unbelievable, but – yes – there is quite a lot of snow in Rome with freezing temperatures!Yesterday we went to the center thinking that people would be scared off by the cold and problems with the public transport, … Continue reading

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Christmas Market In Piazza Navona

There is a Christmas Market every year in Piazza Navona. To me, it has a very different feel than Christmas markets of the North of Europe, probably due to the absolute lack of snow. Or maybe it is the abundance … Continue reading

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