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  • Name: Susie White
  • Location: Rome
  • Country: n/a
  • Region: n/a

Site Contributions

  • Blog Posts: 26
  • Forum Posts: 69
  • Classified Ads: 11
  • Blog Comments: 21
  • Hotel Comments: 0
  • Total Comments: 22

Insider Q&A

  • Nationality
    American (San Diego)
  • Blog address
    I don't have my own blog but contribute frequently right here on www.insidersabroad.com. You can find a complete list of my sitewide contributions here below.
  • About Me
    I've lived in Italy since 1981 - am I still an expat or am I an immigrant? Hmmmm, very good question.
  • Social Media links
  • Favorite hidden gem:
    Living in Italy, you can find a hidden gem around every corner ;-)

Site Activity

  • "See Giovanna’s info here http://www.insidersabroad.com/italy/businesses/… or email her at giovannadamato@tiscali.it" in the Forum Post called Our Ravello Wedding
    Forum Post created 9 months ago
  • "Another popular location is The Tremiti Islands, off the coast of Molise, but part of the Puglia region. Read about (on page 18) a great short holiday on a caicco, a traditional Turkish sailboat: http://www.insidersabroad.com/issues/Spring2015/index.h..." on the Blog Post called 5 of the Best Scuba Diving Sites in Italy
    Comment created 10 months ago
  • Neighborly Sportsmanship

    Published June 28th, 2016 by Susie White
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    Picture created 10 months ago
  • "My favorite pizza ever is served in Civitavecchia, at ‘Pizzeria del Ghetto’. Their wonderful pizzas are made in a woodburning oven and served in just two ways: margherita or marinara. You don’t order individual pieces, or slices, but by weight and they bring it to you cut into s..." in the Forum Post called Looking for a great pizza?
    Forum Post created 11 months ago
  • Free Shuttle in Trevignano Romano

    Free Shuttle in Trevignano Romano

    Lago di Bracciano is a popular destination for many Romans (and non) for a nearby weekend away or for a leisurely Saturday or Sunday. Sailing, swimming, biking, hiking or just a nice lunch or dinner in a local restaurant are popular activities. There’s always a parking problem, though, in t...

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    Blog Post updated 11 months ago
  • Rooftops in Rome

    Published May 6th, 2016 by Susie White
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    Picture created 12 months ago
  • Spring in Italy?

    Published April 26th, 2016 by Susie White
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    Picture created about 1 year ago
  • Springtime Offerings

    Published April 12th, 2016 by Susie White
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    Picture created about 1 year ago
  • The Tricolore

    Published March 17th, 2016 by Susie White
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    Picture created about 1 year ago
  • La Befana Vien di Notte....

    La Befana Vien di Notte....

    Tomorrow is the Epiphany, a legal holiday in Italy. But, thanks to Italian folklore, this holiday is more than likely called ‘La Befana’ by most people. The Befana, an old lady who flies on a broom the night between the 5th and 6th of January, brings gifts to good children and pieces of coal (sug...

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    Blog Post updated over 1 year ago
  • Auguri for 2016

    Published January 2nd, 2016 by Susie White
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    Picture created over 1 year ago
  • Calling Abroad

    Calling Abroad

    No matter where you are, if you need to call a foreign country, it’s pretty easy to understand you’ll need to add a country code. But if your mobile plan or landline contract limits the type of calls included, you might need to know which numbers are landlines and which are cellphones, otherwise ...

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    Blog Post updated over 1 year ago
  • Falling  Back

    Falling Back

    Remember that this Sunday, October 25th, marks the end of Daylight Saving Time in Europe, so set your clocks back one hour before you go to bed on Saturday night. As usual, the US will ‘fall back’ one week later.

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    Blog Post updated over 1 year ago
  • "La Festa di Ognissanti falls on November 1st, and is, yes, a national holiday. I’ve lived in Italy for over 30 years and I’ve never heard of or seen anyone exchanging gifts, though. Perhaps that’s a custom in particular areas of Italy that I’m not familiar with. It comes b..." in the Forum Post called What to do on Tutti i Santi
    Forum Post created over 1 year ago
  • What is Ferragosto?

    What is Ferragosto?

    August 15th, The Feast of the Assumption of Mary. or

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    Blog Post updated over 1 year ago