Here are some links about you know that "you've been living in or staying in or in Italy too long when...":
YOU HAVE BEEN LIVING IN OR STAYING IN OR IN ITALY TOO LONG WHEN. . .
- 6 signs you’ve been staying in Italy too long – October 20, 2014 – – Source: TRENDSYLVANIA – " LIFESTYLE | POP CULTURE | THINGS WE L@VE | WE L@VE SHOES | BRAINCANDY"
- 20 signs you’ve been living in Italy too long – "As an expat, when you live in Italy, no matter how much you fight it, no matter how you cling to your cultural identity, you become a little bit Italian. Here are some signs you’ve been living in Italy too long." – Hugo Mc Cafferty – Source: Swide – "The Dolce & Gabbaha Luxury Magazine Online"
- Top 10 signs you've been in Italy too long – "After a while living in Italy, foreigners may notice a few strange changes in their personality. The Local takes a look at the top ten signs that you could have been here a bit too long." – "" – Source: The Local.it – " Italy's news in English"
- 15 things that can happen 'Only in Italy – "The Twitter hashtag #OnlyinItaly has proved a popular one on the twittersphere. Tweeters have united under the Only in Italy banner to express what they find weird, wonderful and even perhaps wrong about this unique country. The Local has raided the hashtag to bring you some of the more intriguing and funny insights into Italy that tweeters have been offering. Keep it going by tweeting us @TheLocalItaly with things you think can happen #OnlyinItaly"
- You Know That You’ve Been Living in Italy Too Long ... – ". . .But there are many things about Italy that drive me nuts! But overall, there’s something nicely chaotic about this place, even though I’m not sure how the country runs sometimes! I’ve featured a post about Italian Stereotypes recently and this post sort of follows on from that one in terms of poking a bit of fun at them. . ." – March 4, 2014 – – "About" – Source: The Travel Tart – "OFFBEAT TALES OF A TRAVEL ADDICT"
- You know you've been in Italy far too long when... – "you wake up with a head cold and sore throat after hanging out on a terrace on a cool summer's eve..." – Monday, June 9  – blogger: Francesca Maggi – Source: Burnt by the Tuscan Sun – "True Stories of Life in Italy"
- You know you have been in Italy too long when – Posted on December 18, 2008 – by Tcalo. – Source: Tcalo – Aprender Italiano Online – "Aprender Italiano, vida a la Italiana, traducción canciones del italiano al español"
- You've been in Italy too long when... – Source: Found in the Italy Travel Guide section on Eupedia – "European travel and history"
- X – "" – "" – Source: X – ""
- 7 Things this Italian Hates about Italy – on Oct 26, 2014 • 14:52 – by . – "About" Source: The Polyglot Dream – "A unique way to learning languages"
- 10 food habits that mean you have been living in Italy for too long – ". . .I made a list of food related habits that are a sign that you have been living in Italy for too long, but these same habits can be applied as guidelines if you are visiting/staying in Italy and don’t want to be spotted right away as an outsider. . ." – Published on 15 de September de 2014 – blogger: Ana Ferreira – Source: This entry was posted in: Food talk on AMENDOEIRA em FLOR– "The name Amendoeira em Flor means Almond Tree in Blossom, since Algarve is known for it’s almond trees that between February and March blossom and cover the fields with their beautiful flowers. The name is also related to my favourite Algarve moorish legend, it tells how a northern european princess (Gilda) married to a young moorish king that ruled and lived in Al-Gharb (Algarve) was saved from death by melancolia, when her king ordered a plantation of almond trees in this kingdom. Like so, in each spring, the almond trees would blossom, covering the fields in white and such beautiful sight that would remind the princess about the snow in her country."
- 10 Things You’ve Got to Suck Up if You Want to Live in Italy: #10 – Posted on May 4, 2014 – Author: spoiledexpat – blogger: Hayley Richardson – Source: Spoiled Expat – "Recipes, How-To's, and Anecdotes to get you ready for your trip to Il Bel Paese."
- You Know You’re in Italy When… – Friday • September 19, 2008 – by Michelle Fabio – Source: Bleeding Espresso – ""
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- SEE ALSO:
- Info about things NOT to do when in Italy *, dated, Wednesday, September 02, 2015
- Info about, for and on the do's and don'ts of Italy *, dated,Wednesday, May 21, 2014
- Info on things to know before you go to Italy *, dated, Wednesday, March 12, 2014
- Info on fun and interesting facts about Italy *, dated, Wednesday, February 05, 2014
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