Gorgazzo ~ a hidden treasure

The springs of Gorgazzo are a site to behold.  They have been called, “delizia e tormento di moti pittori,” as they are both a delight and a torment to paint because of their ever-changing colors from the rays of the sun.

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L’Italia è unica nel mondo

It took a little over two years for me to  officially settle into my adopted city. Believe it or not for the first two years or so, I just worked so much and didn’t really immerse myself in the culture, the Italian life or the people. Big mistake!!!! Rewind four years ago, I slaved away at my at home job inside my tiny one bedroom apartment and would occasionally go for walks for with Harley, my mini poodle in the evenings. 

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Mura di Treviso

Walking along the “Mura” is one of my favorite things to do in Treviso.

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Muffin alla marmellata 

I wasn’t really the girl who liked  to bake or cook. It was always so much easier to just buy muffins at the supermercato but then after living in Italy for going on five years now, something changed my mind. Continue reading

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Here is one of the largest bonfires in the Province of Treviso in a small village called Arcarde. 

 

My friend Kelly and fellow expat who also lives in Treviso pretty much summed up what tonights festivities throughout Italy consists of..

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È arrivata la neve

 

Well, finally the snow has arrived in Italy.. Everyone should be just as thrilled as I am… There is nothing more magical than watching the snow fall..

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Health and Treviso…

I met with an Italian friend of mine for a drink in Treviso yesterday evening. I never once was one to like to go out with friends in the evening.. I guess, its safe to say I was such a “homebody”  but that all changed once I moved across the pond.

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Auguri

It’s been a long time since I last posted! And am sorry for that.

I have all these great ideas for my site yet finding the time has been quiet difficult for me.

Hoping that in 2015, I’ll be able to balance my time between being the best mom I can to my son, a good worker, and a better friend..

Treviso is magical year round but there’s something special about walking through an ancient city adorned with lights that sparkle and a carousel in the main piazza.

Italians don’t stop celebrating once Xmas is over.. Xmas is a celebration that lasts until January 6th. And if I remember right, the carousel will stay until the end of Carnevale.

First photo ~
I adore this dress made out of a xmas tree! I would totally wear it!

Second photo ~
Piazza Signori

Third photo ~

Treviso by night ~ oh how she glows!

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And last but not least

Happy Holidays!!

Wish you all the best for 2015!!

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Xoxo

Em