What One Woman Learned When She Moved to Tuscany + WIN A COPY of “At Least You’re in Tuscany”

In our November 2012 issue of Dream of Italy, Jennifer Criswell wrote about the surprising things she learned about Italian culture and everyday life when the thirtysomething moved from New York City to Montepulciano. In an excerpt of her article What I Learned When I Moved to Tuscany, the author of the new book At Least You’re in Tuscany (see below …

Venice Offers Free Internet Access to Newborns

Venice is the first city in the world to offer all newborns lifetime, free Internet access. Newborns will be given a username and password for Internet access at the same time their birth certificates are issued. “The resident’s new digital identity will give free access to the Web, because we consider that’s an important universal right,” said Michele Vianello, Venice’s …