Category Archives: #5QuestionsTo

5 Questions To: Louisa & Francesca (from Gentili Fragranze)

In the past week, I was invited to attend the annual event Artigianato e Palazzo, where 80 artisans from all over Italy (even beyond) gather together to present their works. Jewelry, costume, shoes, books, food…… it was the best, and an unique, opportunities to see the artisans working on live, and talk with them to […]
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5 Questions To: Emiko Davies

Welcome back to another episode of #5QuestionsTo series. This time I am in talk with a talented lady, who I’ve been longing for interviewing: Emiko Davies. I met Emikoย the first time during a gathering at Giulia’s place, when I learnedย that she was a food writer. And in the many later contacts , I have also […]
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5 Questions To: Georgette Jupe

The interviewee of the 3rd episode of my #5QuestionsTo is a no stranger to us: Georgette Jupe! If you search for travel information about Florence online, most likely you would end up to her blog Girl In Florence, where you find valuable and practical information on traveling/ living in Florence. Besides being the writer to […]
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5 Questions To: Valentina Dainelli

A long black jacket with a black brimmed hat on top. It was the signature look of Valentina Dainelli that stuck in my mind. The first time I met her, I thought she was too cool to talk to a stranger in English. Then the event that proved me wrong was the #WinterInRome blog tour […]
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5 Questions To: Valentina Veneziano

โ€œValentinaโ€ is one of the most popular Italian names. After only two years living in Florence, I’ve known multiple โ€œValentinaโ€s among my group of friends. The first episode of #5QuestionsTo is dedicated to the first Valentina I met in Florence: Valentina Veneziano. After bumping into each other a few times in different events, we started […]
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A Q&A Series: 5 Questions To… (#5QuestionsTo)

New year, a new series! After living in Florence for almost 2 years, I start to feel like a local. That’s because I’ve got familiar with the city, adapted to the life pace, and more importantly made some local friends. Thanks to these friends, I had opportunities to know Italy better and deeper, visit different […]
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