New York, NY (PRWEB) December 11, 2013
Postcards from New York returns to the web after a four year hiatus with" Postcards is Back! How I joined the Octopus Club".
The publication, which touts itself as your "one minute vacation to the city that never sleeps," offers an Aunty Mame style celebration of little known treasures and one-of-a-kind unique experiences that invite readers to indulge in a bit of escapism.
"Postcard's mission remains the same," said Jacqueline Cable, Art Dealer, editor and publisher of Postcards from New York and New York Get There, "we continue to explore the banquet New York offers and will now extend Postcard's vision to include the Eternal City---Rome!"
"As the Art business takes us frequently to Rome," Cable went on to say "Today, Postcards from New York announces the launch of the new website Live in Italy Now, http://www.liveinitalynow.com, and its companion newsletter, Postcards from Rome."
Postcards from Rome's inaugural post, 11 Celebrity Homes and Vineyards in Italy, features several celebrity homes and vineyards as travel destinations that would make unique vacation get-a-ways or the site for an unforgettable special event.
"Postcards from Rome, although similar to Postcards from New York in that it will focus a zoom lens on the many special, unique and novel little things that make Rome so very memorable among the world's most visited cities, it will also address the needs of Americans who wish to live in Italy, be it an extended stay, long vacation, part of the year, retirement, to study, work, explore their creative muse, or reinvent themselves," said Cable.
"Live in Italy Now is a one stop resource for information about living abroad in Italy." Cable went on to say, "With over 6 million American tourists visiting Italy every year, many are moved by the experience, and are eager to return or wish to stay longer, but may be deterred by the language barrier, high cost of living, lack of knowledge of the job market and opportunities to start a business."
"Live in Italy Now" provides a treasure trove of information: Find out about the role of Consulates, how to get a Visa, establishing residence, short term rentals, where to find English Language Churches and Expatriate groups, English speaking realtors, places where you can learn Italian on the week-ends, the best golf courses, tips to lower the cost of International Transatlantic travel, and Passport advice. It is a terrific networking resource that can be used before one contemplates a move and a reliable reference to ease ones transition if you decide to take the plunge."
Visit the Live in Italy Now website at http://www.liveinitalynow.com and enter your email to receive the free weekly newsletter Postcards from Rome and receive the free 68 page e-book Know Before You Go - What every international traveler needs to know."
About Postcards from New York
Postcards from New York each week presents little known treasures, one-of-a-kind unique experiences, as well as the sights, sounds, hot spots, places on the beaten track and entirely overlooked in "the city that never sleeps." Indulge in a bit of escapism, sign-up to receive this free ezine by email or RSS feed at http://www.postcardsfromnewyork.com.
About Live in Italy Now and Postcards from Rome
Live in Italy Now, a one stop web destination for information on living and working abroad in Italy,
is designed to help readers realize their dream to call Italy home. Find useful information, up-to-the-minute updates and comprehensive links so research is easy and readers can take the necessary steps to fulfill their dreams or plan a special vacation. Live in Italy Now offers a weekly ezine, Postcards from Rome, sign-up to receive this free newsletter by email at http://www.liveinitalynow.com.