CURRENTLY

CURRENTLY

home about blog Moving to Italy Living in Italy Traveling Europe contact flowers on our terrace When we received the news that we were moving, we weren’t devastated, but we were definitely upset about leaving behind everything we knew and without much of a...
THIRD MONTH LIVING IN ROME

THIRD MONTH LIVING IN ROME

home about blog Moving to Italy Living in Italy Traveling Europe contact Things are starting to fall into place and life is returning back to normal — well a new normal as Americans living in Italy. We moved into our apartment, the pups are adjusting well, but I’m...
SECOND MONTH LIVING IN ROME

SECOND MONTH LIVING IN ROME

home about blog Moving to Italy Living in Italy Traveling Europe contact Today officially marks two months that we’ve been living in Rome. After reaching out to over 50 places, talking to a dozen realtors, viewing over 10 apartments, and placing offers on five...
THINGS WE LEARNED OUR FIRST MONTH LIVING IN ROME

THINGS WE LEARNED OUR FIRST MONTH LIVING IN ROME

home about blog Moving to Italy Living in Italy Traveling Europe contact It feels unreal that we’ve been living in Italy a little over a month now. The days leading up to leaving still feel so fresh. Having breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day with all our close...
RIMESSA ROSCIOLI FOOD + WINE TASTING DINNER

RIMESSA ROSCIOLI FOOD + WINE TASTING DINNER

home about blog Moving to Italy Living in Italy Traveling Europe contact Last weekend, we decided on something a little different for dinner and signed up for a food and wine tasting at Rimessa Roscioli. The Roscioli family is well known in Italy and have a bakery...
USING PUBLIC TRANSIT IN ROME

USING PUBLIC TRANSIT IN ROME

home about blog Moving to Italy Living in Italy Traveling Europe contact After our first week in Rome, we decided to put on our adult pants and brave public transportation. Here in Rome, the most common modes of public transit are bus, tram (trolley), and metro...