LIVE LIKE A LOCAL IN CHIANTI IN TUSCANY 1.

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A tourist is a person who travels to visit a place for pleasure, to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of her/his daily life, a traveler  Continue reading

Firenze, Florence in January

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Firenze, Florence for sure offers a lot of places to visit and things to do but why not to do something that locals enjoy?

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5 things to do in Tuscany – Chianti for families

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Traveling with my family,I’ve always wanted to offer all of us something enjoyable and unforgettable, some “moments together to remember forever”. In Tuscany where we live ,we have places  which provide beautiful family activities.

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Top 10 Tips to Travel in Tuscany,Italy 10.

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Gas ,Gasoline,Petroleum station=Benzinaio

“IL PIENO PER FAVORE”= Fill it up,please

Driving around Tuscany, you need fuel ”benzina “ or “diesel “.
Every single little town has a station.

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Top 10 Herbs to cook Italian 8.Bay leaf

Alloro 1Bay leaf was highly praised by the Greeks and the Romans, who  believed that the herb symbolizes wisdom, peace, and protection.That’s why still nowadays  after  getting the university degree we wear a laurel crown. Continue reading

Shopping for kitchen items in Tuscany

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When you like Italian cooking and start preparing our dishes  you may be concerned that you need Italian kitchen item. Continue reading

Top 10 Tips to Travel in Tuscany Italy, 9.

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When the weather is reasonably good, as soon as the sun begins to peep, you’ll meet a lot of moto bikers -motorcyclists – motociclisti or on our roads, in town but especially in the countryside. Italy is among the best places in the world to ride in.  Continue reading

Top 10 herbs to cook Italian.7 Tarragon

 

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Why this name for the most typically used in Tuscan Sienna area herb ? In its leaves seems to see the tongue of a dragon Tarragon probably arrived in Tuscany in 774 in the wake of Charlemagne , and here it was planted and cultivated in the garden of Sant’Antimo Abbey . Since then it has always been used fresh with eggs, most vegetables and in salads .

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