Here are some links about, for or on souvenirs from Italy:
SOUVENIRS FROM ITALY
- Italian Souvenirs Gifts – "Products: Gifts" – Source: cafe press – "SHOP | CREATE | SELL | GIFTS"
- ItalianSouvenirs.com – "Unique Italian Gifts and Italian Souvenirs from Rome, Venice, Florence, Pisa...with FREE personalized postcards from Italy!" – Source: web site – "Ciao from Italy and welcome to ItalianSouvenirs.com!! If you are looking for the best and most unique Italian Souvenirs and Gifts from Italy, you came to the right place! You don't need to travel to Italy to bring home your best Souvenirs from Italy... we will bring Italy to your home, wherever you are in the world! We've selected for you the best Souvenirs and Gifts from Italy for the best prices... "
- The Top Must-Have Souvenirs From Italy – "As Italy prides itself in local specialties and artisanal secrets, you should explore markets and boutiques of the region(s) you’ll be visiting, but here is a checklist of great souvenirs from Italy." – October 31, 2014 – Guest Author: Marcela De Vivo – "About Select Italy" – Source: Found in the Espresso – "Your Daily Dose of Italy" – blog section on Select Italy – "The ULTIMATE SOURCE for travel to ITALY"
- What to Buy in Italy: Souvenir Shopping in the Land of La Dolce Vita – ". . .For tourists in Italy, shopping is a delight, whether it’s in a village market or an upscale designer showroom in Milan. Here are some unique souvenir and gift ideas that will keep the memories (and flavors) or your trip to Italy fresh." – May 15, 2012 – by Karen Berger – "About Us" – Source: BucketTripper – "Adventure is Our State of Mind"
- What Are the Best Kitchen Souvenirs to Buy in Italy? – ". . .I try not to buy much when I travel — the bags are heavy enough as it is, and often gourmet foods are nearly as available (and cheaper, thanks to the exchange rate) right here in the States. But if there's something special or interesting that is worth buying there — whether it's a tool or an edible treat — I'm willing to seek it out. . ." – Source: The Kitchn – "RECIPES | ADVICE | KITCHENS | DRINKS | GATHERINGS | SHOPPING"
- Five New Cooking Habits I Brought Back from Rome – "Life in the Kitchen"
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That's it for Sunday, 6 March 2016: domenica, 6 marzo 2016
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Today’s quote is an Italian proverb / saying, author unknown.
"È meglio aver poco che niente."
"Better to have little than nothing."
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