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Recently in New York I made two terrific discoveries in the Union Square area. This is a pretty hip and cool part of town, a bit far from the major tourist destinations. More of a real neighborhood, I think.
Recently I read something about Tuscany that really intrigued me. The author said, “Like Paris, Tuscany is an idea as well as a place.” It’s a feeling, an ambiance, a concept and experience. Tuscany is what we think of when … Continue reading
When I respond to friends who ask me where I went in Italy recently with “Cinque Terre,” I get a lot of blank looks. This remote area on the Italian Riviera is not well known, and for good reason. It’s … Continue reading
You’d think we only had gray days in Tuscany when you look at these photos. Well, mostly true. That famous Tuscan sun has only peeked out from the clouds a couple of times. Yesterday, our day in Florence, was especially … Continue reading