In a town in which only about 1,000 people currently live in the historic center, almost 2,000 routinely participate in some way in the annual Calendimaggio festival, which brings the town together in both solidarity and rivalry like no other event.
Archive for the ‘Life in Umbria’ Category
At this month’s Italy Blogging Roundtable, we all get a little lost…lost in translation, that is…along with our new roundtable member: Michelle Fabio from Bleeding Espresso!
If you’ll be visiting Umbria over Easter this year, here’s all you need to know about the events, food, traditions, and customs surrounding Easter week!
Umbria harbored deadly fire-breathing reptiles centuries ago. Now there’s just my mother-in-law.
Anything goes in this month’s “Grab Bag” edition of the Italy Blogging Roundtable. Drop by for a surprising caboodle of posts….
I want to turn over a new leaf with Spoleto. And you can give me a hand…
In this month’s edition of the Italy Blogging Roundtable, the theme is “Spring”…so how about we spring a surprise on you with a new participant! Read on….
We are all over the map this month with our interpretations of the theme “fit” for this edition of the monthly Italy Blogging Roundtable with bloggers Jessica Spiegel, Melanie Renzulli (on temporary leave), Alexandra Korey, Gloria from At Home in Tuscany, and me.
“Elements” is the theme for this 9th edition of the monthly Italy Blogging Roundtable with bloggers Jessica Spiegel, Melanie Renzulli, Alexandra Korey, Gloria from At Home in Tuscany, and me.
A little tooting, a little promoting, a lotta thanking.