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Roman food

Place and taste in Trastevere and beyond

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Trastevere. tras-TE'-ve-re. ‘Across the Fiume Tevere’—or as we know it, the Tiber River. Stay in this shabby-chic, former working-class neighborhood and soak up the...
Provence

Picture-perfect Provence, with wine

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Our trip to Provence last summer was filled with times that Tom and I will always remember, times worthy of capture in a photograph—what...
Rome Countryside

A long weekend in the Rome countryside

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Rome is such a draw, such an over-achiever, that many travelers never see some of Italy’s finest historical treasures in the nearby rolling hills...
Lazio

Hospitality, Lazio style

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“You must try fario!” our host exclaimed. “Brown trout love our Amiene River,” he continued, “and they thrive only in such pure waters as...
Cuba

Our year of memory-making travel

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You were a tumultuous year, 2016. You brought upheaval and bureaucracy, as Tom and I moved across Europe to a new home. You made...
Monastery of Saint Benedict

Monastery of Saint Benedict

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Benedict of Norcia established numerous monastic communities in sixth-century Italy. The first one, now known as the Monastery of Saint Benedict, was built at...
Flavor memories from Provence

11 food memories from Provence

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My memories from Provence are vivid, and at least for now, all from summertime travels there. They are mostly memories of the Luberon, with...
Montecassino

Montecassino

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Montecassino Abbey is an impressive work of art with extraordinary mosaics, carvings and frescoes, as well as a thriving Benedictine monastery.  Founded by Saint...
Swiss chard at the Basel Stadtmarkt

Market fresh in Basel, Switzerland

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The aroma of roasting chestnuts, and the allure of earthy wild mushrooms, bright green chard, and olives of every hue. A walk through the...
Vineyard in Lunigiana, Tuscany

Lunigiana: Tuscany’s hidden corner

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Lunigiana, in Tuscany's far northwest corner, is greener, wilder and at least as welcoming as the parts of Tuscany we all know. Vineyards set...
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