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Italy unseen: this is "Dream of Italy" on PBS

Dream of Italy is a new 6-part travel series premiering on PBS stations across the United States in May 2015. It will air for two years. Host Kathy McCabe explores Tuscany, Umbria, Rome, Naples/the Amalfi Coast, Puglia and Piedmont/Lake Iseo. For more information, visit www.dreamofitaly.com

Mariano Pallottini's insight:

It seems to be comforting for us Italians, especially expatriates, but there is nothing better than to hear to talk very highly about our "belpaese" above all by foreigners. Thus, a long series in the United States promises to satisfy even the most demanding, going to discover things less known. It is "Dream of Italy" on PBS.
The PBS, Public Broadcasting Service, is an American public broadcaster and television program distributor. Headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, PBS is an independently operated non-profit organization and is the most prominent provider of television programs to public television stations in the United States.

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Roving Retirement, Italian Style

Roving Retirement, Italian Style | Italia Mia | Scoop.it

Bill and Carol Sansone are the envy of their friends. Acting on their passion for Italy they have gone back year after year to explore regions up and down the peninsula. Since 2005 they’ve taken six different destinations for a “test drive” in search of a future retirement home.

“We’ve rented in Tuscany, Umbria, northern Lazio, Lake Como and Torino, settling into life in each locale, opting to walk or take public transit rather than drive, preparing meals from local produce, and participating in the local life. Wherever we are, Italians always stop and talk—in the shops, at the bar, even in the middle of traffic! Our most memorable experiences revolve around the people we meet along the way,” says Bill. [...]

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