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rpizzica 21st August 2011 01:40 AM

Abruzzo
 
Anybody close by ( Sulmona, Prezza, Pratola Peligna o Popoli.
I am an Italian moving back to Italy, with my american wife. Possible staring a new business with Hydroponics GreenHouse. We will be in Italy September 27 through October 6. Interested in socialize and exchange ideas

stefanaccio 21st August 2011 11:54 AM

I would head over to La Trota in Introdacqua. Neopolitan pizza, excellent prices. But for you maybe the most important thing is their fresh water trout farming system. Will definitely be of interest to someone with hydroponics background...

christinedelrosso 23rd August 2011 03:15 PM

Hi I am Christine, American/Italian with dual citizenship living right up the road in Tocco Da Casauria. Not many Americans here that I can find. Some English speaking though ewngland, Scotland, Swizerland, Belgium.

I would be more than happy to have a new American friend here!!! It is a real culture shock, I have been finding my way with a little help. There are some other website for just Abbuzzo that are good for events and networking I can get you in touch with.
/SNIP/

I have another friend here she is from norther California but lives in Genoa and one in Bologna. But with the internet, car and train we stay in touch. Would be fantastic for me to have an American friend near and I can help with transportation (train, bus, car), where to take Italian language lessons, where to get what-shopping, sights to see, navigating the doctor,drivers license, hospitals, comune...you name it.

Sincerely, Christine Del Rosso

UOTE=rpizzica;590714]Anybody close by ( Sulmona, Prezza, Pratola Peligna o Popoli.
I am an Italian moving back to Italy, with my american wife. Possible staring a new business with Hydroponics GreenHouse. We will be in Italy September 27 through October 6. Interested in socialize and exchange ideas[/QUOTE]

rpizzica 23rd August 2011 04:41 PM

/SNIP/
I am Italian and my wife from Florida, certainly will be nice to squeeze to have a wonderful doppio machiato

christinedelrosso 23rd August 2011 04:57 PM

Hi, I speak english and stumble through Italian...am trying.
I just got scolded by the expat site for giving my coded info out. "Big Brother is watching!" they are right I guess....but on the otherhand it is my info and I should be able to do what I want. MY BAD>

Not sure how to work the PM thing...if you figure it out get in touch. I will keep looking and trying.

I will look forward to helping out in any way I can. I am just a nice lady trying to help others here in Italy.
Christine :ranger:


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Originally Posted by rpizzica (Post 592380)
/SNIP/
I am Italian and my wife from Florida, certainly will be nice to squeeze to have a wonderful doppio machiato


christinedelrosso 23rd August 2011 05:07 PM

Excellent suggestion! Maybe we could all meet up when you get here.
Christine
:clap2:


Quote:

Originally Posted by stefanaccio (Post 590900)
I would head over to La Trota in Introdacqua. Neopolitan pizza, excellent prices. But for you maybe the most important thing is their fresh water trout farming system. Will definitely be of interest to someone with hydroponics background...


Michael Boni 11th January 2012 11:54 PM

Wanting to live in Abruzo six months out of the year
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by christinedelrosso (Post 592328)
Hi I am Christine, American/Italian with dual citizenship living right up the road in Tocco Da Casauria. Not many Americans here that I can find. Some English speaking though ewngland, Scotland, Swizerland, Belgium.

I would be more than happy to have a new American friend here!!! It is a real culture shock, I have been finding my way with a little help. There are some other website for just Abbuzzo that are good for events and networking I can get you in touch with.
/SNIP/

I have another friend here she is from norther California but lives in Genoa and one in Bologna. But with the internet, car and train we stay in touch. Would be fantastic for me to have an American friend near and I can help with transportation (train, bus, car), where to take Italian language lessons, where to get what-shopping, sights to see, navigating the doctor,drivers license, hospitals, comune...you name it.

Sincerely, Christine Del Rosso

UOTE=rpizzica;590714]Anybody close by ( Sulmona, Prezza, Pratola Peligna o Popoli.
I am an Italian moving back to Italy, with my american wife. Possible staring a new business with Hydroponics GreenHouse. We will be in Italy September 27 through October 6. Interested in socialize and exchange ideas

[/QUOTE]

Christine

Are names are Michael and Palma Iacoboni and we are American/Italians meaning my wifes and I grandparents were born in Italy. My grandmother was from Calabria and my grandfather was from Abruzzo. My wifes grandparents were both from Calabria.

We want to know if my wife and I are able to get dual citizenship? We currently live in Florida and I just retired in December and always wanted us to live in Italy six months out of the year so we are making plans to come to Italy for a month in this coming summer to look around in Abruzzo to find a place we can rent for one year somewhere out in the country.

Please contact us back if you know if we could get dual citizenship.


Thanks

Michael and Palma

guardiagrele 14th July 2012 03:09 PM

Hi
 
Hi all.

We are both Canadians and my husbands parents were born in Calabria. We have a small summer house in Abruzzo, near Guardiagrele. We are flying there today! Would love to connect with other English speakers and make some new friends. We are staying almost 6 weeks this summer and plan to spend much more time in Abruzzo once we retire (in hopefully 7 years or less!!).

All the best,
Michele

Christine

Are names are Michael and Palma Iacoboni and we are American/Italians meaning my wifes and I grandparents were born in Italy. My grandmother was from Calabria and my grandfather was from Abruzzo. My wifes grandparents were both from Calabria.

We want to know if my wife and I are able to get dual citizenship? We currently live in Florida and I just retired in December and always wanted us to live in Italy six months out of the year so we are making plans to come to Italy for a month in this coming summer to look around in Abruzzo to find a place we can rent for one year somewhere out in the country.

Please contact us back if you know if we could get dual citizenship.


Thanks

Michael and Palma[/QUOTE]

Michael Boni 14th July 2012 03:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gbautoservice (Post 841750)
Christine

Are names are Michael and Palma Iacoboni and we are American/Italians meaning my wifes and I grandparents were born in Italy. My grandmother was from Calabria and my grandfather was from Abruzzo. My wifes grandparents were both from Calabria.

We want to know if my wife and I are able to get dual citizenship? We currently live in Florida and I just retired in December and always wanted us to live in Italy six months out of the year so we are making plans to come to Italy for a month in this coming summer to look around in Abruzzo to find a place we can rent for one year somewhere out in the country.

Please contact us back if you know if we could get dual citizenship.


Thanks

Michael and Palma

Hi, I was born in Calabria went to the USA married an American and now living very close to Guardiagrele. Yes you can acquire dual citizenship. It is a very simple procedure. I can also help you find a place to rent or buy. Ciao:)[/QUOTE]

Michael Boni 14th July 2012 04:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Michael Boni (Post 841780)
Hi, I was born in Calabria went to the USA married an American and now living very close to Guardiagrele. Yes you can acquire dual citizenship. It is a very simple procedure. I can also help you find a place to rent or buy. Ciao:)

[/QUOTE]

Ciao

Thanks for contacting us back. We really appreciate it.

My wife and I are currently living in Florida in the U.S. We are planning on coming to Calabria in September or October of this year at the lates to look around for a two bedroom rental property that we want to rent for one year. Are monthly budget at this point of time is $500.00 U.S. Do you know of any rental properties in our price range in a nice area of Calabria we can rent for one year? We will not have our own transportation for awhile so wherever we would rent a place at we would have to be able to walk or take public transportation to get to grocery stores,fruit and vegetable stands and dining places.

Do you know of any Iacoboni or Leone families in Calabria?

Maybe we could meet you when we come to Calabria.

If you can help us please contact us back directly on our e-mail which is
Thanks

Michael and Palma


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