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What's it like to be there? For ten years, Travelers' Tales has answered this question through collections of the best travel writing by world-famous authors and new voices in the genre. The stories range from delightful and funny to cautionary and inspiring, and provide readers with a road map that deepens and enriches their travels. An essential part of travel planning, Travelers' Tales has sold more than 750,000 copies of its various travel books.
These essays by renowned travel writers explore the many lures of Tuscany--its rolling hills, sunny climate, friendly people, and superb food and wine. Illustrations.
These essays by renowned travel writers explore the many lures of Tuscany its rolling hills, sunny climate, friendly people, and superb food and wine. This extraordinary region comes alive in tales of harvesting grapes, hunting for truffles, hiking ancient Etruscan paths, and glorying in the regions bountiful art, music, history, and above all, romance. Some of the writers have made Tuscany their home, others came to vacation or study. But the spell of the region pervades all of these accounts. Authors include Frances Mayes, Matthew Spender, Jan Morris, Ferenc Mate, and Barbara Grizzuti Harrison, among others.