Explore the beauty’s of Tuscany while enjoying the wonderful voice of Andrea Bocelli live. By Kayla McMillan Picture this: Six days exploring the cities and hills of Tuscany, three-course Italian dinners, cooking courses, and a chance to see Andrea Bocelli live in a theatre that transforms into an artificial lake. While this may sound like […]
Thermal Baths: The experience we all deserve! By Stephen Scott Everyone envisions that weekend getaway, or perhaps even that single day, spent in, and around, exquisitely charming and relaxing thermal baths; passing hours of peaceful enjoyment enveloped by the beneficial properties that only hot natural mineral waters can provide the body and mind. That said, […]
Cruising Around Tuscany’s Scenic Towns By Tab Hauser Ask three people who have been to Tuscany for recommendations on where to go and be prepared for three different passionate answers. This large region of Italy covers over 8900 square miles. There are just too many pretty walled villages and vineyards to visit in a week […]
Enjoy a drive through beautiful Tuscany, Italy in a rented Alfa Romero and tour many vineyards including Verrazzano, Castello Vicchiomaggio, Baron Ricasoli Vineyards and Marcasi Antonori.
By Carol Stigger Stendahl’s Syndrome After Venice-Verona-Bologna-Pisa-Assisi-Florence, my clothes were dirty, my feet were whining, and famous works of art and architecture were so jumbled in my mind I no longer knew Boticelli from Bellini. Stendhal’s syndrome — sickened by beauty — had struck in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence leaving me dizzy and overwhelmed. […]
A Bittersweet Adventure in a small Tuscan town: Grape Picking By Mei Mei Thai Marlena de Blasi’s A Thousand Days in Tuscany: A Bittersweet Adventure takes its readers onto her adventurous, fulfilling experience living in a small Tuscany town. Totally immersing herself into their culture and way of living, she formed amazing friendships and cooked and […]