Sardinia has a very much new world Italian feel. People flock here for the crystal-clear azure-emerald Mediterranean beaches, not for the architecture. Although settled centuries ago there clearly has not been the strict building code that exist in other parts … Continue reading
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Venice What can be said about Venice that has not been better said before? It’s canals are as mesmerizing as one imagines. Touring its arteries provided countless awe-inspiring views. How is it that what was once a marshy lagoon could become … Continue reading
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“Benvenuti, benvenuti! Che bella famiglia! I am so happy you are here! I have been waiting for you!” exuded Nadia, welcoming us to her home in Tuscany as though we were long lost family returned to the motherland. We arrived … Continue reading
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