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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

  • "I mentioned in the blog not to call an 800 number. Just to be precise, in the US and Canada, toll free prefixes can begin with 800, 844, 855, 866, 877 or 888!..." on the Blog Post called Calling Abroad
    Comment created almost 2 years ago
  • Galleria Parmeggiani

    Published June 15th, 2015 by Susie White
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  • "I’ve been going to Fabrizio for several years now and couldn’t be happier. He’s the first hairdresser to whom I’ve ever said ‘do whatever you want’, when it comes to my haircut and color and I’ve always been VERY pleased with the results. I’ve just ..." in the Forum Post called Hairdresser in Rome
    Forum Post updated almost 2 years ago
  • "My being a part of Insiders Abroad has nothing to do with it - I thoroughly enjoyed Colin's posts. I've only been to Montpellier for a 3-day juvenile baseball tournament, so have no experience whatsover with French life, food or customs. Personally, I..." on the Blog Post called Thank you, Colin!
    Comment created almost 2 years ago
  • Porchetta!

    Published April 7th, 2015 by Susie White
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  • Saving a Parking Space

    Published April 7th, 2015 by Susie White
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  • Warm and Fuzzy? Not!

    Warm and Fuzzy? Not!

    One of the things you’ll probably remember fondly after a visit to central Italy are the beautiful stone pine trees, also known as umbrella pines, that make so many landscapes unforgettable. Sadly, this beautiful tree has a very shallow root system and during high winds they often fall vict...

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    Blog Post updated about 2 years ago
  • The 'Other' Rome

    Published January 30th, 2015 by Susie White
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  • "A journalist friend of mine, Mariaceleste de Martino, recently shared this online. She goes to a great pizza place in Rome, named La Pizza di Luca (via Casalmonferrato 5/b) and she ran into his very particular nativity scene. A customer had placed a n..." on the Blog Post called Missing Home for the Holidays (or not)
    Comment created over 2 years ago
  • Remember Tradition!

    Published January 7th, 2015 by Susie White
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  • "Italy has the same tradition, although I’ve never really paid any attention to it. Maybe after your testimonial, I’ll try next time ’round ;-)" in the Forum Post called Did you wear red underwear on New Year's Eve?
    Forum Post created over 2 years ago
  • Helper at the Market

    Published January 7th, 2015 by Susie White
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  • Pinecone Harvesting

    Pinecone Harvesting

    I grew up hearing ‘you learn something new every day’ quite often. Well, the other day I sure did! Rome and the region of Lazio are beautifully decorated with stone pines, also known as umbrella pines. Once you’ve seen them, you can understand why they’re called umbrella pines. They are the beaut...

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    Blog Post updated over 2 years ago
  • "I recently attended a business lunch in Rome, where journalist Jennifer Clark, Deputy News Editor of the new English language "Italy 24”, was the guest speaker. The digital newspaper has gone live this week and I’m sure will be appreciated by English-speakers, not only in Italy, but all ov..." in the Forum Post called New English Language Newspaper
    Forum Post updated over 2 years ago