Locorotondo Another “Most Beautiful”

In these times of viruses shall we think about summer destinations, just to keep our minds positive, knowing that summer is coming back and travel can resume. Soon I hope! I thought that the introduction of sunny Locorotondo is perfect during these not so cheerful times. Locorotondo—which is part of the “Most Beautiful Villages” list—is […]

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Vino Veritas–Apulia Wines

Apulia is the region of sun, sea, long beaches, olive trees and … vineyards! Yes, Apulia gives us some very good wines, to the point of thinking of a list of the best Apulian wines to add to our tables.     Here are the 10 best wines of Apulia  Outside the regional boundaries, the Apulian […]

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Mimí’s “Volare 🎶🎵”

Domenico Modugno was born in 1928 in Polignano a Mare. He is known for his 1958 song “Nel blu dipinto di blu“, perhaps best known simply as “Volare!” To Fly! It is perhaps one of the best known italian songs, just next to “O Sole Mio…” Because some of his very early songs were sung […]

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Lecce—Yellow, Friable, and Oh so Baroque!

When you first see Lecce in APuglia, you think that it’s a city made of sugar, friable and delicate like a gingerbread house. The region was not as fortunate as the north and middle Italy to have an abundance of marble and durable stone, and did not have the possibility to buy it either, so […]

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Apuglia: The Land of Olives and Flat Roofs

Also known as “Le Puglie“, this region is truly a plural land, a place that hides different souls, suspended between nature, history, tradition, taste, and spirituality, to be visited twelve months a year. While traveling thru the region there is a sea of green thick with Olive groves or flat land, and all the towns […]

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