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Val d'Orcia
Visiting the Val d’Orcia and Tuscany countryside
The Val d'Orcia. It evokes rolling hills, souvenir photos that look like postcards, and the intense scent of olive oil, wine, and pecorino cheese. The Val d'Orcia A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2004, the Val d'Orcia is an area of Tuscany between Siena and Grosseto that takes its name from the Orcia River that runs through…
My travel itinerary dedicated to the Puster valley
My mountain, travel itinerary dedicated to the Puster valley
I have been frequenting Puster Valley, summer and winter, high and low season, for thirty years. Yes, thirty, you read that right. First, I fell in love with my husband, and then with the Alps, which he loves. Val Pusteria and Cortina. Over the years, I have realized that for me going to the mountains is like coming home. The…
Visit Marche: From Senigallia To Jesi, Among Villages and Vineyards
Visit Marche. From Senigallia To Jesi
What do you like about Italy? Italy is made of a few large metropolises, many little cities, and an enormous number of boroughs. What I look for in summer is above all the Italy of villages, which I discover steps by steps and bites by bites. I took a trip to the Marche region visiting small…
Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena and Acetaia Villa Bianca
Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena and Acetaia Villa Bianca
Traditional Balsamic Vinegar is known like black gold. This is a post for those who want to discover an exceptional product of my region, Emilia Romagna. And virtually visit an ancient vinegar factory. What is the difference between a certified PDO traditional balsamic vinegar and any other dressing? And between a DOP product and an IGP?…
Discovering The Wonders Of Prato and Surroundings
Discovering The Wonders Of Prato and Surroundings
I was invited to partecipate to a food blog tour in Tuscany discovering Prato. And I have had the opportunity to discover an area I never visited before. I love Tuscany. Its colors, the cities and the little villages, the sea, the hills, the landscapes and, obviously, the food. I admire the perseverance of the people to preserve…
Celebrating Thanksgiving. Memories of An American Family
Celebrating Thanksgiving. Memories of An American Family
Celebrating Thanksgiving throughout traditions and memories of an American family. In the United States, the Thanksgiving holiday, held on the fourth Thursday in November, has its roots in celebrating the bounty of food. Celebrating the harvest -the fact that crops planted in summer survived to be harvested and that there would be enough to last through…

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