Sunday, August 28, 2016

Info about, for or on Italian snacks

(LAST EDITED/UPDATED: XX MONTH 2016)

Here are some links about, for or on Italian snacks:

INFORMATION
  • Arancini, Fritters, and Savory Snacks – "Italy has a great tradition of street food, snacks and such that one buys in a friggitoria (where they fry foods). Wonderful stuff in mid-morning, and if you make them at home (which isn't that hard) they're excellent finger foods for parties too!" – Danette St. Onge, Our Italian Food Expert – "Our Story" – Source: Found in the Italian Food section on  About.com 
  • Italian Food for Kids – "Italian Food Facts for Children" – "About Us" – Source: Family Travel Scoop – "Travel with Kids - Plan your Family Vacation Here!" 
  • Lots of Italian Snacks and Sweets to Tempt You – "The Emmy Eats on Emmymade in Japan series of videos on YouTube are great fun. In these popular food review videos, Emmy, who is from Japan, eats and describes lots of snacks and sweets from around the world, including Italy. Emmy has made three videos about Italy so far, all of which you’ll find below. Well, I like showing off what Italy has to offer and, as well as everything else, Italy does have some interesting snacks and sweets, so I’ve decided to pop Emmy’s trips into this largely unknown world of Italian cuisine here on Italy Chronicles. If you are coming to Italy and are after a snack or a sweet treat, you probably go for something which looks familiar  – if that is, you can find anything. The language barrier can cause some problems too and as a result you may have ended up eating something which wasn’t quite what you expected. Emmy’s videos can prevent this little problem from occurring. I like Emmy’s video snack and sweet reviews because she tries lots of things I see every day – well, I do live in Italy. In Milan, to be precise. Emmy’s assistance, choosing snacks, sweets and cookies/biscuits when in Italy should no longer be a so hit and miss. People coming to live and work in Italy might find Emmy’s videos handy too. Over to you Emmy, get snacking!" – March 28, 2014 – by  – "About" – Source: ITALY chronicles – "The Italy You Don't Know" – "all about the Italy you don't know - news, politics, views, analysis, travel, food and more. Discover sides of Italy others don't always write about in English."
  • Top Nine Handheld Snacks Not to Miss in Italy – "You probably already know that my mother was born in Italy, right? And given that I’ve been going to Italy since I was born, I am rather familiar with it too, so I’d like to share some of my favorite handheld “snacks” with you. Granted, some of these snacks will keep you going for hours (like the porchetta panini), but these would never be considered a meal by Italian standards! Here they are in no particular order~" – November 6th, 2014 – Authentic Italian Food Blogger: Christina Conte – "About"  – Source: Christina's Cucina – "A Scottish Italian cook living in Los Angeles, Christina is usually cooking, baking or (cr)eating something scrumptious. When she isn't in the kitchen, she loves to travel, near and far, as long as there's good food involved. Christina is on a mission to save authentic Italian dishes from extinction, and is constantly promoting Scottish (and British) food as some of the best cuisine the world has to offer—one steak pie and Sticky Toffee Pudding at a time."
  • X – "" – "" – "" – Source: X – ""
ON-LINE SHOP
  • All Snacks – "Displaying 1 to 10 (of 302 products)" – "" – "About Us" – Source: Shop Italy ONLINE – "Your One Stop Italian Shop"
  • italian Groceries | italian Foods & Snacks   – "We have over 52 italian groceries and snacks. Please browse below for your favorite italian groceries and buy online!" – "FAQ" – "About Us" – Source: efooddepot.com – ". . .Food Depot Corporation aims to provide quality ethnic food products with timely delivery and convenience of ordering online. Food Depot Corporation connects with various ethnic food providers from all over the world. Including but not limited to food companies from Asian countries such as Japan, China, India; Middle Eastern countries, and African Countries. . ."
  • Snacks from Italy  – "World of Snacks is excited to offer the best Italian Snacks, these include cakes, cookies, biscuits, croissants, and chocolates.  Our featured brands include Pergale, Balconi, Dora3, & Kinder (Ferrero SpA).  We offer these Italian Snacks for sale online here in the US with international shipping around the world.  Do you have a suggestion of a snack from Italy we should offer?  Please let us know! Browse our selection of snacks below and check back soon for even more delicious foreign treats. is excited to offer the best Italian Snacks, these include cakes, cookies, biscuits, croissants, and chocolates.  Our featured brands include Pergale, Balconi, Dora3, & Kinder (Ferrero SpA).  We offer these Italian Snacks for sale online here in the US with international shipping around the world.  Do you have a suggestion of a snack from Italy we should offer?  Please let us know! Browse our selection of snacks below and check back soon for even more delicious foreign treats.i s excited to offer the best Italian Snacks, these include cakes, cookies, biscuits, croissants, and chocolates.  Our featured brands include Pergale, Balconi, Dora3, & Kinder (Ferrero SpA).  We offer these Italian Snacks for sale online here in the US with international shipping around the world.  Do you have a suggestion of a snack from Italy we should offer?  Please let us know! Browse our selection of snacks below and check back soon for even more delicious foreign treats. is excited to offer the best Italian Snacks, these include cakes, cookies, biscuits, croissants, and chocolates.  Our featured brands include Pergale, Balconi, Dora3, & Kinder (Ferrero SpA).  We offer these Italian Snacks for sale online here in the US with international shipping around the world.  Do you have a suggestion of a snack from Italy we should offer?  Please let us know! Browse our selection of snacks below and check back soon for even more delicious foreign treats." – "" – "" – Source: World of Snacks – ""
  • Sweets & Snacks  – "Mulino Bianco cookies, Baci Perugina chocolate and more!" – "BLOG / RECIPES" – "FAQ" – Source: Supermarket Italy – "Your Online Gourmet Grocery Store"
  • X  – "" – "" – "" – Source: X – ""

RECIPES
  • Italian Snacks – "Italians are by nature gourmands, and they typically enjoy eating on any occasion they get, so snacks are an important element in their every-day diet. Eating in-between meals is a regular thing, and they have many available choices. From baked cheese crackers and mozzarella sticks, to cold cuts like prosciutto, salame, sausages, pancetta and mortadella pieces with pickles, you definitely have lots of choices. More sophisticated snacks include chicken liver crostini, cipolle con le sarde (onions with sardines), and polpi all’Aceto (pickled octopus). Eggplant can also be served pickled with bread sticks, and tomatoes. Many Italian dishes are served with herb-seed bread, and sometimes this type of bread can be eaten as a snack. It usually contains basil, dill, oregano and sesame seeds and can be used for delicious snack sandwiches. Bell peppers are great for preparing Italian snacks, and can be served with tuna or can be stuffed with eggplant and bread crumbs." – "Browse All Italian Recipes: Italian Appetizers | Italian Beverages | Italian Soups | Italian Salads | Italian Vegetarian | Italian Meat Dishes | Italian Snacks | Italian Desserts " – "About" – Source: Found in the Recipes wikia section on fandom – "POWERED BY wikia"
  • Italian snack recipes – "About" – Source: Yummly  USA [site] – "The Best Site for Recipes, Recommendations, Food, And Cooking" – In Dutch, English, German – "From a pull down menu located on the bottom left side of the Home page. you can select sites from the USA, Germany, Netherland, United Kingdom"
  • Italian Snack Mix Recipe – "This filling no-bake medley can be put together in minutes, and it stores well in an airtight container. With a hint of garlic and yummy Parmesan cheese, the pretzel-and-cereal combination makes a wonderful after-school treat." – "Nancy Zimmerman, Cape May Court House, New Jersey" – "About Us"– Source: Taste of Home – "BESTLOVED RECIPES FROM HOME COOKS LIKE YOU"
  • X – "" – "" – "" – Source: X – ""
VIDEOS
  • Source: YouTubeIT – "Language: English • Country: Italy" 
    • AMERICAN TRIES ITALIAN SNACKS | The Gabbie Show – "What do you want me to try next?" – Published on Apr 2, 2016 –  The Gabbie Show
    • Americans Try Italian Snacks – "We were shopping at our local grocery store & thought this would be an awesome video. There are so many things that we could try." – "**DISCLAIMER: We are not fluent in Italian. We had no idea what some of these items were. After we uploaded the video, our Italian friends gave us the scoop on how horrible our choice of snacks were. It was definitely a learning experience & they agreed to shop with us next time. Maybe next time we will do different types of Italian cheeses." – Published on Feb 1, 2016 – by: Brown-E Life
    • BRITISH GIRL TRIES ITALIAN SNACKS! – "In this video (daily vlog 96) we try Italian snacks for the first time! Have you tried any of these? Let us know if you have and which one is your favourite!" – Published on May 17, 2016  – Travelling Weasels
    • Emmy Eats Italy - Italian snack & sweets – "Sampling sweet and savory Italian treats sent from viewer Sibeal, on this episode of Emmy Eats on Emmymade in Japan." – Published on Apr 3, 2013 – emmymadeinjapan
    • Italian Snacks Review In Italy – "Reviewing a few local Italian snacks and drinks at my apartment in the Brera district of Milan Italy. Following snacks reviewed: Lays XTRA, Tronky Cacao, Sojasun Bifidus fruit yogurt, Il Nostro Chinotto, G. Menabrea e. Figli, Mulino Bianco cookies (apricot)" – Published on Feb 13, 2015 – by: Reformatt Show
    • Italian snacks sent by Emma's Goodies! – "Trying out a bunch of Italian snacks sent by Emma's Goodies! Check out her awesome channel!" – Published on Mar 5, 2016  – by:   Brian Berghoff
    • TASTING ITALIAN TREATS – "I've been sent a box of Italian treats to taste test" – Published on Oct 25, 2015 –  My Virgin Kitchen
    • Trying Italian Snacks! – "OPEN UP :)" – Published on May 2, 2016 – by: Nikki Sied
    • TRYING ITALIAN SNACKS – " Hello! Today I'm gonna try some NEW ITALIAN SNACKS XD. Do you know these snacks? let me know in the comments ^^" – Published on May 7, 2015  – by: RoxyRocksTV
    • Trying Italian Snacks – "Hey guys, I hoped you enjoyed this video! Watch part 2 on Nina's channel and subscribe to her channel too! Thanks for watching :)" – Published on Jul 18, 2016 – by: Taina Cortez
      • Trying Italian Food [PART 2] – "For some reason the quality is only 360 :( Hopefully it will be 1080 soon! but idk what's happening, it is also making the video look darker then it is* – Published on Jul 18, 2016 – Nina Mott 2
  • Healthy Snacks – "Giada's going to show you how to make some of her favorite healthy Italian snacks! Best part is, you can make them ahead and keep them in your fridge all week to help avoid going for the all those easy, bad for you temptations like chips and candy, etc. (Episode: EI1212H) " – ""  – "About" – Source: Found in the Everyday Italian – "Hosted by Giada De Laurentiis" section on the food network – "SHOWS | CHEFS | RECIPES | RESTAURANTS | VIDEOS "
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That's it for Sunday, 28 August 2016: domenica, 28 agosto 2016

Ciao, Ben

Moving2Italy2 – #1 source of links About, For or On Italy for those individuals moving, traveling or already living in Italy. 

Today’s quote is an Italian proverb / saying, author unknown.

"Ogni porta ha la sua serratura."
"Every door has its own hinges."

When you have a free moment or two, please read my wife's interesting and entertaining blog about our life in Italy with photographs: Friends and Family in Italy

Going to Spain, read my new blog: Info About, For or On Spain – a source of links About, For or On Spain for those individuals traveling or already living in Spain.

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Sunday, August 21, 2016

Info about, for or on must read or best or top 10 books about Italy

(LAST EDITED/UPDATED: XX MONTH 2016)

Here are some links about, for or on must read books about Italy:

INFORMATION
  • 10 essential books for travelers to Italy – "It seems that new travel guides to Italy are being published every five minutes or so. But for those who want to keep it simple, here are the handful of absolute must-read books – three classic novels included – that no tourist to Italy should ever be without." – JUNE 17, 2011 – By Megan Wasson, Monitor contributor – "ABOUT" – Source: The Christian Science Monitor – "STAY CURRENT. GO FAR."
  • 10 of the Best Books on Italy – "With a great book on Italy, you can experience the country’s sights, sounds food and culture of Italy… right from your own home! Whether you’re planning a first trip or dreaming of going back, these books set in Italy will have you longing for a taste of la dolce vita. Here are our top 10—from suspense to travel memoir–that take place around the country. Buon divertimento!" – January 14, 2014 – By – "ABOUT US: BLOG" – "ABOUT" – Source: Found in the WALKS OF ITALY  Blog  – "Free Italy travel tips, advice, news, updates, and ideas for any vacation to Bella Italia!" on the WALKS OF ITALY – "TAKE WALKS WITH FRIENDS." – "With small groups on all our tours, you're in for a much more friendly experience."
  • 15 Books To Read Before Your Vacation In Italy – "Are you planning a trip to Italy? Can you not wait? Get psyched before you leave by digging into these Italian-themed books. Alternatively, are you not planning a trip to Italy? But you wish you were? Then dive into these books and let your mind travel for you. Reading these books is the next best thing." – July 10, 2013 at 5:23 pm – by Lauren Passell – "About Us" – Source: BARNES & NOBLE –  "Online Bookstore: Books, NOOK ebooks, Music, Movies & Toys"
  • Top10 Italian Books – "In my opinion this Top10 Italian Books lists of the most rewarding Italian writers. But you are very welcome to make additions. I have previously shared my favourite books set in Italy, and now  I continue my listmania with ten highly recommendable Italian reads. They have a rather strong Southern bias, so I’m depending on your feedback to cover the entire peninsula. Hopefully you’ll all join in with your views and recommendations" – "bloggers: Mette Vaabengaard and Henrik Larsen" – "PR/Advertising" – "About" – Source: Italian Notes – "is a private blog about Italian food and places. . "
  • Top 10 Must-Read Books About Italy – "It is almost like there is a travel guide to Italy published every other day or so, but there is also some very interesting literature about Italy that you should absolutely read. These are just a handful of books that no tourist should leave for Italy without having read. Whether you have been to Italy before, or are thinking about going, these are worth a read." – Posted on 22 December 2011 – Source: Top 10 Italy – "Discovering Italy, 10 Steps at a Time" – "Art & Culture Entertainment | Fashion & Style | Featured | Food & Wines | Learn Italian | Sports | The Italian Way! | Travel"
  • X – "" – "" – "" – Source: X – ""
RELATED
  • Books about Life In Italy – "Generations of people have taken the leap that many of us only dream of by moving to Italy and immersing themselves into a completely new culture and way of life. The books below are the literary mirror to the experiences of those who did take the plunge and decided to live the dream: set in many different regions of Italy, they describe the experiences that are born of living there and they all have one thing in common: their authors are people who have developed a true love of their adopted homeland and couldn't imagine living anywhere else!" – Wed, 03/23/2016 - 12:17 – By Faith Harper, Edited and updated by Francesca Bezzone – Source: lifeinitaly.com – "is a website that covers multiple aspects of Italian contemporary life and tourism." – "News | Travel | Food & Wines | Culture | Lifestyle | Fashion | Moving to Italy | Learn Italian | Home & Garden | Places"
  • Books I Read Before the Italy Trip (Plus a Few I Didn't)Deborah Steinig – "" – "About Amazon" – Source: amazon – "Online shopping from the earth's biggest selection of books, magazines, music, DVDs, videos, electronics, computers, software, apparel & accessories, shoes, jewelry ..."
  • Italian Literature – Top 10 Italian contemporary books – "The best books to put into your suitcase during your holidays in Italy" – "Leaving out classic Italian books, here below a list of 10 books from contemporary Italian authors, which I hope you’ll appreciate as I did! Here we are:" – April 23th 2010 – by Giulia  – "ABOUT US" – Source: CharmingITALY© – "EXPERIENCE THE ITALIAN HOSPITALITY"
  • Top Guidebooks for Italy Travel – "Here are recommended travel books and guides to help you plan your trip to Italy and use on your Italian travels." – By Martha Bakerjian, Italy Travel Expert  – "Our Story" – Source: Found in the Italy Travel section on about.com
  • X – "" – "" – "" – Source: X – "
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That's it for Sunday, 21 August 2016: domenica, 21 agosto 2016

Ciao, Ben

Moving2Italy2 – #1 source of links About, For or On Italy for those individuals moving, traveling or already living in Italy. 

Today’s quote is an Italian proverb / saying, author unknown.

"Un buon libro è un buon amico."
"A good book is a great friend."

When you have a free moment or two, please read my wife's interesting and entertaining blog about our life in Italy with photographs: Friends and Family in Italy

Going to Spain, read my new blogInfo About, For or On Spain – a source of links About, For or On Spain for those individuals traveling or already living in Spain.

Please note: The time listed below for this posting is Central European Time (CET)/ GMT+1.

(LAST EDITED/UPDATED: XX MONTH 2016)

© Benjamin H. Licodo, 2005  - 2016, All Rights Reserved.

Sunday, August 14, 2016

Info about, for or on health care in Italy

(LAST EDITED/UPDATED: XX MONTH 2016)

Here are some links about, for or on health care in Italy:

INFORMATION
  • Health System in Italy – "Despite a so-so reputation and considerable prejudice even on the part of many Italians, Italy is in fact a country where you can expect to find low-cost health care and a good standard of medical assistance. . ." – "Information about Italy" – Source: Italy Travel Escape – "Site dedicated to travelers going to Italy in comfortable way in good quality Hotels and hostels. All about Italy: hotels, history, books, museums, how to get there "
  • Healthcare – "According to the WHO, the Italian health care system is ranked as 2nd best out of 191 countries, in terms of health status, fairness in financial contribution, and responsiveness to people’s expectations of the health care system. This is due to the fact that the Italian health care system is completely nationalised. . ." – "" – "Why Choose Italy | Bureaucracy | Healthcare | Real Estate | Tax Obligations | Partners | Contact Us | News" – Source: Retiring to Italy – "A Guide to Retiring in Italy: All the information you need to plan and prepare for lifestyle changes "
  • Healthcare in Italy – "Italy ranks among the World Health Organization’sfunded. Of course, you don’t have to rely solely on public health facilities. Like many Italians top 10 countries for quality health services (by contrast, the U.S. only holds 37th place, despite being the highest spender). However, although medical facilities are considered to be adequate for any emergencies, some public hospitals are reportedly overcrowded and under-, you can avail of the parallel private medical service—known as the assicurazione sulla salute—that caters for patients covered by private medical insurance. However, in some small towns, particularly in the south, you will only be able to access the public health system—private doctors and hospitals congregate in bigger cities where residents are more likely to have private medical insurance. According to rankings, the best medical care, especially in an emergency situation, is likely to be found in the northern hospitals in cities like Milan and in central Italy near or in Rome. Reportedly, English-speaking doctors are particularly easy to come by in Rome and Milan as well." – "" – "About" – Source: International Living®– "Since 1979" – "Live Better - for Less - Overseas"
  • Healthcare in Italy – "Healthcare spending in Italy accounted for 9.2% of GDP in 2012 (about $3,200 per capita) of which about 77% is public,[1] slightly lower than the average of 9.3% in OECD countries.[2] In 2000 Italy's healthcare system was regarded, by World Health Organization's ranking, as the 2nd best in the world after France,[3] and according to the CIA World factbook, Italy has the world's 14th highest life expectancy.[4] Thanks to its good healthcare system, the life expectancy at birth in Italy was 82.3 years in 2012, which is over two years above the OECD average.[2]" – "About" – Source: Wikipedia – "The Free Encyclopedia" – In multiple languages
  • Italian healthcare: An introduction – "The basic principle of the Italian health system is that health is a the fundamental right of everyone. It is not only the fundamental right of all people, it is also regarded as public interest of the state and is protected with the help of the SSN ( Servicio Sanitaris Nazionale)." – "" – "About us" – Source: Found in the Italy section on Just Landed – "Everything you need to live abroad - connecting expats worldwide" – In multiple languages
  • Italian National Health Service – "Italian healthcare, the Italian national health service, servizio sanitario nazionale, italian hospitals, medical treatment in italy, quality of medical services in italy, health system italy" – Source: UNDERSTANDING ITALY – "Welcome to Understanding Italy. A website about Italy, Italian people, Italian life and all things Italian "
    • Registering for Italian Healthcare – "Registering for healthcare in italy, Italian healthcare, family doctor italy, medical help italy, getting medical treatment, italian health card medical clinic italy, getting ill, prescription drugs italy" 
  • X – "" – "" – "" – Source: X – ""
COMPARISON
  • Compare The United States To Italy – "If Italy were your home instead of The United States you would..." – "COUNTRY COMPARISON" – Source: IfItWereMyHome.com – "The lottery of birth is responsible for much of who we are. If you were not born in the country you were, what would your life be like? Would you be the same person? IfItWereMyHome.com is your gateway to understanding life outside your home. Use our country comparison tool to compare living conditions in your own country to those of another.  Start by selecting a region to compare on the map to the right, and begin your exploration. You can also use our visualization tool to help understand the impact of a disaster. The Pakistan Flood and BP Oil Spill are currently featured. Check out the individual pages to gain some perspective on these awful tragedies. "
  • Country vs country: Italy and United States compared: Health stats – "" – "About" – Source: NationMaster – "Compare Countries on Just about Anything!" – "NationMaster is where stats come alive! We are a massive central data source and a handy way to graphically compare nations."
  • Italian health care system vs. the US health care system – "The Health Care System is a thorny subject in every country of the world: often tied dangerously to the political agendas of its creators, it is known to be one of those matters that could make a government capitulate. In spite of being both wealthy, developed countries, Italy and the US have completely different approaches to health care. Italy has a public-based system, supported by tax income, as well as a flourishing private insurance market, which is often chosen by Italians as a sort of top up to the standard public "mutua". In America, public coverage is limited to Medicare, and the private sector is the major provider of health coverage to citizens. In Italy, citizens and corporations pay around 50% income tax. Income tax is calculated, of course, on citizens' income, but the weight of taxation in the country is among the heaviest in the whole of Europe. Italians are certainly not alone in having to pay so much taxes, but the problem is that, especially in recent years, it seems the quality of the services provided is not as good as it should be, and this is true also for healthcare. Hospitals are often understaffed, waiting lists can be very long, especially if one's condition is not life threatening."  – Fri, 06/12/2015 - 00:00 – Submitted by Francesca Bezzone – Source: lifeinitaly.com – "is a website that covers multiple aspects of Italian contemporary life and tourism." – "News | Travel | Food & Wines | Culture | Lifestyle | Fashion | Moving to Italy | Learn Italian | Home & Garden | Places"
  • X – "" – "" – "" – Source: X – "'"

RELATED

VIDEOS
  • Source: YouTubeIT – "Language: English • Country: Italy" 
    • Exploring Italy's Health System – "Please enjoy my presentation about Italy's health system" – Published on Dec 8, 2013 – by: loerch13
    • HEALTHCARE IN ITALY – "Italy's national healthcare service is ranked 2nd best in the world, after France, by the WHO (World Health Organization) and 3rd best according to the British Medical Journal. Treatment and hospitalization are completely free of charge for everyone including foreign residents and even illegal aliens. All the hospitals are modern or renovated and patients are accommodated in two-bed rooms with en-suite bathroom, there are no such things as mixed wards. The doctors are the most well trained in the world. Thanks to its excellent healthcare service life expectancy in Italy is the highest in Europe, two years above OECD average." – Published on Aug 22, 2013 – by: TheTrishia
    • Italian Healthcare System – "Course Description: In this course you will review key facts and a general overview of the Italian healthcare system environment. You will see which regulations must be taken into account and which essential factors to consider when approaching this market" – Published on Mar 27, 2015 – by: WMDO
    • ITALY VS USA | HEALTH CARE (IN-DEPTH) – Published on Jul 21, 2016 – by: Tia Taylor – "A W E S O M E L I N K S: "
    • + The US health care system: http://bit.ly/1pXyteR
      + Why US health care is so expensive: http://bit.ly/1rENjZk
      + American using British NHS: http://read.bi/2a0yr7o
      + The Incidental Economist: http://bit.ly/1pbZtG4"
    • T.R. Reid talks about health care systems around the world – "In his new book, ?The Healing of America?, global quest for better, cheaper and fairer health care, longtime Washington Post correspondent and bestselling author T.R. Reid took up that question as he recently traveled around the world to examine the health care systems and reforms in other countries. Reid joined us to shed some light on what Americans can learn by looking beyond our borders. In his new book, ?The Healing of America?, global quest for better, cheaper and fairer health care, longtime Washington Post correspondent and bestselling author T.R. Reid took up that question as he recently traveled around the world to examine the health care systems and reforms in other countries. Reid joined us to shed some light on what Americans can learn by looking beyond our borders." – Uploaded on Sep 15, 2009 – by: KCTS9
    • Why Is U.S. Healthcare So Expensive? – "U.S. health care costs are higher than any other country in the world. So what is it about America's system that makes it so expensive?" – Published on Oct 8, 2015 – by: Seeker Daily
    • X – "" – ""  – "" – Source: X – ""

MISCELLANEOUS
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 For your specific interest, please search the web for further information using Google .

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That's it for Sunday, 14 Augudt 2016: domenica, 14 agosto 2016

Ciao, Ben

Moving2Italy2 – #1 source of links About, For or On Italy for those individuals moving, traveling or already living in Italy. 

Today’s quote is an Italian proverb / saying, author unknown.

"La vita è cosi."
"Life is like that."

When you have a free moment or two, please read my wife's interesting and entertaining blog about our life in Italy with photographs: Friends and Family in Italy

Going to Spain, read my new blog: Info About, For or On Spain – a source of links About, For or On Spain for those individuals traveling or already living in Spain.

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Sunday, August 07, 2016

Info about, for or on Italy in August

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Here are some links about, for or on Italy in August:

ITALY IN AUGUST
  • Coming to Italy in August? 5 Things to Expect – "If you’re experiencing August in Italy, you’re not alone! Since it’s when kids are out of school and the idea of vacation is on everyone’s mind, lots of travelers visit Italy in August. But there are some things you have to be prepared for.  Here are five things to keep in mind before you head to Italy in August." – July 30, 2012 – "ABOUT US: BLOG" – "ABOUT" – Source: Found in the TRAVEL TIPS section within the WALKS OF ITALY Blog – "Free Italy travel tips, advice, news, updates, and ideas for any vacation to Bella Italia!" on the WALKS OF ITALY – "TAKE WALKS WITH FRIENDS." – "With small groups on all our tours, you're in for a much more friendly experience."
  • Italy in August – "The sad statistic about how little vacation time Americans get is regularly trotted out, so next time you hear it you can add to the misery by realizing that Italy in August is one big vacation for many Italians." – July 8th, 2009 – by Jessica [Spiegel]  – "About whyGo" – Source: Italy section of whyGo, Part of the BootsnAll Travel Network – "ONE-STOP INDIE TRAVEL GUIDE EST. 1998"
  • Italy in August 2016 – "Italians take their holidays in August, and you will find beaches and cooler mountain towns overcrowded with Italian vacationers. There will be less people in major cities such as Florence, Milan, and Venice, as much of the locals would have gone on holiday, so these are the best places to visit if you want some peace and quiet. You should avoid the sweltering mid-day heat of August in Italy and relish instead in the night-time entertainment, such as dance, music, and theatre. In the big cities, prices are also slightly lower relative to the past three months, and the traffic is much better." – "About" – Source: VAMORO – "where & when to travel"
  • So You Want to Travel to Italy in August? (Free Italy Travel Advice) – "The entire city of Rome shuts down. It’s difficult to find a spot of empty sand on any beach. The heat is unbearable. Although each of these statements is based on a grain of truth, these are some of the popular misconceptions about visiting the land of la dolce vita during the month of August, the most important vacation time of the year for Italians. But just because Italians are on vacation doesn’t mean you can’t be. Here’s what August is really like: . . ." – "This article originally appeared in the July/August 2003 issue of Dream of Italy." – "About Dream of Italy:  DREAM OF ITALY ® provides insider Italy travel advice to help you plan an authentic Italian vacation!" – Source: DREAM OF ITALY – "TV SHOW | NEWSLETTER | BOOK YOUR TRIP | EXPLORE ITALY | BLOG | JOIN
  • Traveling to Italy in August – "Yes it is hot, but there are few places neighboring Italy that aren’t hot in August. I’ll share some tips below to help cope with the heat but the biggest thing is just to accept the heat. Aside from that, there are actually benefits to traveling to Italy in August. Yes, most Italians take their holidays for the month of August and head south to the sea or north to the mountains, so the cities will have less traffic. Hallelujah! Another bonus of the locals running from the cities? You can find good deals on hotels. It’s another story if you’re hoping for a mountain or sea vacation, though. Prices shoot up for hotels, flights, restaurants, and even souvenirs in the north and south of Italy so keep that in mind for your dream holiday in the land of la dolce vita. Ready for your summer holiday in Italy? Let’s find out more tips for traveling to Italy in August." – August 4, 2016 – written by Hannah Magargel – "ABOUT US" – Source: The Roman Guy – "Italy Travel Blog" – "DESTINATIONS | HIDDEN GEMS | TRAVEL-TIPS | STUDY ABROAD | EVENTS | SLEEP | FOODIE BLOG | BOOK A TOUR"
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EVENTS / FESTIVALS IN AUGUST
  • Events in Italy in August. – "Filter by Month" – "About Us" – Source: 10 times – "Discover events & connect with visitors" – "238,198 trade shows & conferences across the globe"
  • August Festivals and Holiday Events in Italy – "Italian Festivals, Holidays, and Special Events in August" – "August is a good time for festivals in Italy. Look for brightly-colored posters for a festa or sagra. Many Italians take vacations in August, often to the seaside, so you're more likely to find festivals there and you may run across a medieval festival that includes people dressed in medieval costumes. Throughout Italy, many summer music festivals and outdoor concerts are held in August." – By Martha Bakerjian, Italy Travel Expert – Source: Found in the Italy Travel section on about.com
  • Upcoming Holidays and Festivals in Italy – "Beware: Festival dates are often not posted on websites until just before the event (or may even be posted incorrectly, especially in Italy). Verify the correct festival dates before planning a trip around a specific festival. For more information about these and other events, visit the official tourism site for Italy." – "This list includes major festivals in major cities, plus national holidays observed throughout Italy. Many sights and banks close down on national holidays — keep it in mind when planning your itinerary. Note that this isn't a complete list; holidays can strike without warning."  – "About Rick" – Source: Rick Steves' EUROPE – "THROUGH THE BACK DOOR" – "Rick Steves' Europe Tours, Trip Planning, Travel Guides and Information
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RELATED
  • 10 Best Places to Visit in Italy – "Located in Southern Europe, this boot-shaped country is one of the world’s most popular travel destinations for a number of reasons that include art treasures, trendy fashion, stunning landscapes, passionate people and top-class cuisine. Italy offers so much to see and do that it would take a lifetime to explore. An overview of the best places to visit in Italy:" –  Last updated on March 24, 2016 in Italy – "About" – Source: touropia – "DESTINATIONS | DISCOVER | HOTELS"
  • L'Italo-Americano – "is a weekly publication serving the Italian-American community throughout the United States. Established in 1908, L'Italo-Americano is the oldest Italian-American newspaper in the US with a mission to promote and preserve Italian culture and heritage by reporting in both Italian and English on subjects such as arts and culture, literature, education, history, business, sciences, sports, lifestyle to name a few." – "ABOUT US" – Source: web site – "The #1 source for all things Italian since 1908"
  • Martha's Italy – ". . .On this site we’ll share our Italian travels and recommendations, not only in the popular places like Rome and Tuscany but also in the special hidden places we enjoy and that the typical tourist might overlook. Martha has traveled to all of Italy’s 20 regions and is passionate about sharing her vast travel experiences with others." – blogger: Martha Bakerjian – Source: web site – "About | Articles | Newsletter"
  • When to Travel – "QUICK ANSWERS…. | THE TRAVEL SEASONS IN EUROPE | PRICING VERSUS WEATHER & CROWDS ~ ITALY | " – "About Us" – Source: Italy Source – "Independent Travel to Italy & Europe" – "How It Works | Travel Tips | All Packages | Applause"
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VIDEOS

WEATHER
  • Average Temperatures for Italy in August – "Average temperatures for July at cities and vacation spots all over Italy are listed below in degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit." –  by Liz Osborn – "About" – Source: Current Results – "weather and science facts"
  • Weather in Italy in August 2016 – "Check the weather in Italy in August before you book your next holiday. Long-term weather averages give the best indication of the weather in August 2016 and include figures for temperature, sunshine and rainfall for Italy. The August weather guide for Italy shown below is for Rome." – "About us" – Source: weather2travel.com – "travel deals for your holiday in the sun"
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WHAT TO WEAR IN AUGUST
  • Looking Cool in the Heat: What to Wear in Italy this Summer – "You’re coming to Italy! You’ve settled on dates and together we’ve crafted a dream itinerary around our favorite boutique hotels, local restaurants, and family wineries. You’ve dug your passport out of the desk drawer and memorized a few important Italian words and phrases (most of which have to do with how to order a heaping cono di gelato a nocciola e cioccolato). . ." – Wednesday - July 31, 2013 – Brian Dore and Maria Gabriella Landers  – "ABOUT US" – Source: Found in the Postcards from Italy (BLOG) section on the Concierge in Umbria – "CUSTOM | ICONIC | UNIQUE | ITALIAN EXPERIENCES"
  • What to Wear in Italy – "Meet Helen: HELEN HUTCHINGS" – Source: Helen's Guide to . . . What to Wear on Vacation – "Traveling somewhere new is exciting! But it can be stressful too. My clothing tips and packing lists will help you pack with confidence. I want you to have an amazing vacation!" –  " I want you to have an amazing vacation. That's why I started WhatToWearOnVacation.com, to help you pack with confidence and stay safe, secure and comfortable."
  • What To Wear In Italy In June, July, August Summer – Packing List For Vacation – "Planning on what to wear in Italy in June, July and August this summer?  I have selected some fashionable and comfortable outfits for you to choose from.  These clothes are of good quality and are also affordable.  You can definitely wear any of these clothes in June, July, August and September in Milan, Rome, Verona, Florence, Venice and even around the provinces of Italy.  They are suitable for hot or warm weather, perfect for sightseeing, relaxing by the cafe, parks and beaches." – by – "ABOUT" – Source: FASHION TRAVEL ACCESSORIES – "Fashion / Packing List & Tips, Travel clothes, Everyday Fashion / What To Wear"
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That's it for Sunday, 7 August 2016: domenica, 7 agosto 2016

Ciao, Ben

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Today’s quote is an Italian proverb / saying, author unknown.

"Il mondo è di chi lo sa cantare."
"The world belongs to those who can sing it."

When you have a free moment or two, please read my wife's interesting and entertaining blog about our life in Italy with photographs: Friends and Family in Italy

Going to Spain, read my new blog: Info About, For or On Spain – a source of links About, For or On Spain for those individuals traveling or already living in Spain.

Please note: The time listed below for this posting is Central European Time (CET)/ GMT+1.

(LAST EDITED/UPDATED: XX MONTH 2016)

© Benjamin H. Licodo, 2005  - 2016, All Rights Reserved.