Tag Archives: Tuscany

Olives and coriandoli on Italian trains

  Post WW II European films were all about neo-realism, and scenes in crowded 2° or 3° class train compartments were often a perfect setting. Third class has disappeared since, and most trains nowadays have open space carriages with rows … Continue reading

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Far-flung relatives

A (rare) personal moment of nostalgia today. My relatives are on other continents, but that’s often/most times ok: after all, we can communicate easily digitally and on-screen. After what were years of not having met “for real”, I actually got … Continue reading

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