30 Days in Italy: True Stories of Escape to the Good Life

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Pgw, Sep 26, 2006 - Travel - 204 pages
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With its wealth of natural attractions, pervasive sense of history, brilliant cuisine and wines, and warm and inviting people, Italy has always held a special place in the hearts of travelers. But Italy offers so much more than its must-see attractions. In this exciting collection, captivating storytellers reveal the possibilities of a long-term stay, covering both the much-loved sites and lesser-known places that unveil the country’s heart and soul. Learn what it’s like to live with a rural Italian family. Be led behind the scenes of the artisan studios in Florence. Meet Frances Mayes in Cortona and a godfather in Sicily. Discover the glories of a meal that is “only fish” in a Mediterranean village. With its story-a-day format, 30 Days in Italy creates a compelling composite portrait of the distinctive pleasures of this enchanting country.

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James O'Reilly lives in Palo Alto, CA.

Habegger is executive editor of Traveler's Tales and is a travel writer.

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