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An American’s tips on retiring in Rome By John Henderson I saw Salvatore again this morning. He runs the cash register in my neighborhood caffe. He hands me the receipt for my daily cappuccino along with his brief, sometimes caustic, report on A.S. Roma’s last soccer game. Later I saw Franca, the slight, elderly woman […]
Sicilian Splendors: A new book reveals some of essence of the people in Sicily, and this essay is about the Scirocco, wind from Africa that affects Sicily.
A roundup of the top ten cities where Americans can either retire or move to as ex-pats and enjoy a comfortable living vs. their life in the US.
Procida, a tiny island in Italy made famous by a movie, is the ultimate weekend escape By John Henderson In “Il Postino,” the 1994 Oscar-nominated film about a postman falling in love on a small Italian island, Mario the mailman pesters famous Chilean poet Pablo Neruda about metaphors. Mario wants the perfect analogy to express […]
Times New Roman is the story of an American couple who at a young age, decided to move to Rome and live their workaday lives in a new culture.