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🍷I found out about The Winefathers from a fellow blogger and friend. When I learned more about it, I knew I wanted to be involved and became a “wine friend”. I’m so pleased to share about this unique effort in … Continue reading
10 Reasons Why You Will LOVE Coming to Italy with Victoria! If you need another reason, here’s #7… Reason #7 – You want an “authentic” experience, not the typical touristy kind. You want to eat, drink, experience and immerse in … Continue reading
Deruta is another of so many picturesque Italian hill towns. Located in the region of Umbria and province of Perugia in central Italy…
I have always loved ceramic ware. I grew up with the vibrant colors and hand painted decorative designs around me and my attraction to and weakness for it has never diminished… It’s even more special when you meet or visit … Continue reading
Giuditta Brozzetti Museo-Laboratorio di Tessitura a Mano An Artisanale Workshop in Perugia In a graceful 14th century convent in the historical center of Perugia, you will find Giuditta Brozzetti. Here Marta Cucchia welcomes visitors to her studio-museum dedicated to hand-woven … Continue reading
Ever since I started traveling to the Salento sub-region of Puglia I fell in love with…well, its olive trees. It’s hard to explain until you’ve actually experienced driving through miles and miles of thousands upon thousands of olive trees… as … Continue reading
One of the many unique features/characteristics of Lecce is its dramatic architecture. Every where you look–and you must look every where–your gaze will be met with rich Baroque ornamentation. Lecce is often referred to as the “Florence of the South” … Continue reading
The People You Meet Along the Way… I became acquainted with Marisa Convento on Twitter! Yes, Twitter. A fan of Venice and planning a return trip there, I came across Venetian Dreams and Marisa’s bio. Reading about her, I was … Continue reading