Five creative people, walking with you. Our “author’s journey” through the American creativity, starts from the county seat of St. Clair (in Illinois), the city of Belleville. This is a city founded in 1814. If you like to collect fruit and vegetables in the land where a famous singer-songwriter from this city was born, you can go to Eckert’s Belleville …Read More »
A QUIET AND ANCIENT REFUGE, WHERE TO REGENERATE – Where Classical Years were called the “Golden Age” of Pericles.
An “Author’s Journey” in Greece, including Turkish baths, mastika and good readings. The Best Things to See and do in Patras, the birthplace of a famous Greek writer? The New Archaeological Museum of Patras, is home to several collections that display the history of Patras and the wider region. You don’t feel like playing the tourist, head to the Turkish …Read More »
FROM NASHUA RIVER RAIL TRAIL, UNTIL A EASTPORT COTTAGE – An “author’s journey” through the Main, on the trail of American creativity.
Travel in Maine, surrounded by five shades of creativity. It travels along a flat and scenic landscape, with many opportunities to see wildlife. It’s a trail that passes wetlands, where a variety of wildlife can be viewed (such as beavers, herons and swans). The Nashua River Rail Trail http://railstotrails.us/ma_nashua_river_rail_trail.htm is a 12.5-mile (20.1 km) paved mixed-use rail trail, it ends …Read More »
A great escape into bright colors, bare landscapes and two books. Your “author’s journey” to Canada (398 miles, or 641 km if you prefer), https://us-keepexploring.canada.travel/ start dining on a roof terrace in Montreal, listening to the soothing music of a singer who lives here (but which was born in California), while look in the horizon for the bright colors of …Read More »
5 artists, 19 tapas y 500 vinos: a Spanish dream. In Santander, most of the 1,200 objects on display in Flavióbriga Museum date from the period between the Upper Palaeolithic and the Iron Age (but you can admire also items from the Roman era, mostly from Julióbriga and Castro Urdiales (the ancient Flavióbriga). Over 3,000 square metres, it aims to …Read More »
SIX HOURS OF TRAVEL AND FIVE SPECIAL PLACES TO KNOW ABOUT – Author’s travel in France, from the Manuar Henri IV of Bessines-sur-Gartempe to the Château de Sable restaurant of Porspoder.
408 miles of French creativity, together with two painters and a poet, a writer and a singer-songwriter. The painter Suzanne Valadon was born in this village in 1865. Bessines-sur-Gartempe is a commune in the Haute-Vienne department (Nouvelle-Aquitaine, western France). Obviously, your “author’sjourney ” needs to host you in a 16th century palace, the Manoir Henri IV http://www.henri4-hotel-restaurant.fr/manor-henry-iv.html The hotel’s restaurant …Read More »
Schnitzel and wurst as you read Thomas Mann, listening to music by Masha Qrella. You’re welcome in Aschaffenburg, “the Nice of Bavaria”, hometown of a famous German painter, where a wonderful experience awaits you at the Zum Goldenen Ochsen, Hotel & Gasthaus am Schlossgarten. Located in the nearby half-timbered building, the Oechsle Restaurant welcomes you with typical local dishes, to …Read More »
Seeing Germany, with the eyes of art. Traveling Germany, never forget that the creativity of the inhabitants of an terrestrial latitude and longitude it’swrapped in flavors, smells and atmospheres, books and poems, songs and paintings. Everything is useful to tune emotionally to culture. That’s why, when you decide to visit this land, you should also know the fruits of the …Read More »
BETWEEN ANCIENT ATMOSPHERES, TASTE AND MEMORIES – Traveling in Italian creativity, from Rome to Quargnento.
When creativity also perfumes gnocchi with pesto. Your fairy-tale? It requires nothing more than to be lived, with a dream location. At Realis Hotel Castello della Castelluccia https://www.lacastelluccia.com/en/index, via Carlo Cavina 40 Rome, nothing is left to chance. Here, the ceiling with beams and the antique terracotta floor, the marble bathroom and the four-poster bed create a unique setting for …Read More »
TRAVELING EXCITINGALLY – Italy, through the fruits of its land and the creative nuances of its artists.
Creative refinement, traveling. Everything is useful to tune emotionally to culture. That’s why, when you decide to visit Italy, you should also know the fruits of the earth, sniffing and eating its typical local products. In ancient communities, in fact, the word “culture” originally indicated the cultivation of the soil, but with the passing of time it assumed the meaning …Read More »