It’s that time of year again, it’s time to bring out my army of noodle angels. Time to celebrate the little things, especially when the smallest idea can loom so large in the heart and the mind….
Hello and buongiorno, it’s time to explore another one of Piemonte’s secrets; and this one is extra special because it was the one that introduced me to the Piemonte region in the first place. It’s called Limone, a town often referred to as The Queen of the Maritime Alps. There are two Limone’s, one nearContinue reading “No. 9 Limone, one of Piemonte’s secrets, time to go skiing…”
Storytelling has become massively popular. The personal memoir has become a massively populare genre – businessese must have a story to tell, even my pool can tell a story. Showing the cycles of seasonal life, the pool has its own arc; a lovely morning opens the day, full of bright Italian sun, then a dramaticContinue reading “Storytelling”
Let’s take a drive from Lake Garda to Lignano Sabbiadoro, located next to Venice. it’s time for the beach, and the sweet smell of pine and colorful umbrellas that go on forever…
What wtih Venice flooding and Florence suffering under the weight of tourism – let’s visit some of Italy’s best kept secrets. Here’s Lake Garda, located between Breschia and Verona, between Venice and Milan…
There’s so little time and so many stories to share, like the time I stood in line for 12 hours to see John Paul II lying in State. I wasn’t even religious, but this was one of the most popular and beloved Popes, history’s most well traveled and first non-Italian to hold the title ofContinue reading “Daily Bailey Alexander No. 6 Peaceful pilgrimage”
Excerpt from the video: The Slow Food Movement has become a world wide phenomenon yet it began here in Piemonte, where they take it so seriously you can attend a University for the gastronomic Sciences in the town of Bra, where the movement was born. This is where their headquarters remain, where they create internationalContinue reading “Daily Bailey Alexander No 5: Slow Food”
Excerpt from the video: Piemonte has so many seasons, far more than just 4. There’s a season for cutting the wood and carving large pencils for the vineyards, planting saffron and artichokes, a season for planting my roses, pruning them, picking them, a season for nature walks with Anna Fila Robattino, famous for knowing everythingContinue reading “Daily Bailey Alexander No. 3 Winter”