EIGHT OCTOBER 1571, SAIL FOR THE WEST: After the battle of Lepanto, the division of the spoils, with the count of lost friends.

THE LAST ROW, is a novel published by Meeting Benches, in ebook format of the Italian language – http://meetingbenches.com/book-italian-version/ – (the imminent publication of the edition of the English language). This page is taken from the pages of love and adventure. The two parallel stories that you are reading, they are made of emotions and feelings, and those of Bianca ...

Read More »

EMOTIONS OF THE RENAISSANCE: A travel diary in Central Italy, starting from Fano

EMOTIONS OF THE RENAISSANCE, a travel diary in Central Italy. Meeting Benches publishes this e-book (at the moment only in Italian language version), to allow you to know – in thirteen thematic itineraries – where, how and when to let dissolve in the magic of a fascinating time. http://meetingbenches.com/book-italian-version/ . FANO  > 106 km in just over 3 hours: Fano, Carignano, ...

Read More »

HOTEL FORT MAUCHE MAXIMILIENNE: To start excursions around, drowsing in the Etang de la Dame and the Anse du Repos.

This page is based on a novel published by Meeting Benches, a book called SINKHOLES – http://meetingbenches.com/book-italian-version/ – within which wind through the dramatic stories of some of the characters that form the backdrop to those of the two main characters, Petra and Jacques. A Slovak woman and a French man, both left-handers, both looking for a half unknown, where ...

Read More »

ASTONISHMENT, POEMS MELTED IN THE WINTER: A leaf through the pages of a book, crossing a night, because behind everything there’s more.

ASTONISHMENT, POEMS MELTED IN THE WINTER: By Dastilige Nevante. http://meetingbenches.com/e-book-english-version/ ,  http://meetingbenches.com/book-italian-version/ . A leaf through the pages of a book, crossing a night, because behind everything there’s more. THIS AUTUMN “A leaf through the pages of a book, all its colors melted in my eyes.” THE TASTE OF MINUTES “Crossing a night embracing them all, sniffing the mute silence of the ...

Read More »

TO THE EAST OF INDIA: Not only Bali. Indonesia charming villages and volcanoes, virgin forests and the sea, is more. Much more.

Bulan, Moon. This is our correspondent in Indonesia, proud of its 400 volcanoes and its 13,660 islands. We do not know personally, but we like to imagine – by the memory of pictures and videos already viewed – that her is one of those amazing smiles and disarming those only gentleness (meekness and living in contact with nature) is able ...

Read More »

THE ROAD TO OLMUTZ: On the battlefield of Austerlitz, crows everywhere. As they eat, they do not distinguish the color of the uniforms, and their indifference is similar to that of men.

A novel draws this page by the misleading title, WAITING FOR AUSTERLITZ, published by Meeting Benches – http://meetingbenches.com/book-italian-version/ – (available eBook for now in the version of Italian language). Certainly, some of the stories lived by the protagonists of the book, are reported in the places of an ancient battle, but the narrative focus is the love. A diary, an ...

Read More »

GAME RESERVE SAMBURU, KENYA: Between boom and lichens, waiting one morning, to see what can not be feared

This page is based on a novel of Dastilige Nevante, THE OTHER COUNTRYSIDE, published by Meeting Benches in e-book format (for now only in Italian version). http://meetingbenches.com/book-italian-version/ . A poignant story of love and social volunteering, see moving in the background of the savannah of Africa and Italian campaigns, the story of Rossella and Giorgio waiting for the last sunset. ...

Read More »

JUNE 20, CAMARGUE, SUMMER SOLSTICE: To explore Canal de Rhone from Sète to Beaucaire, writing some pages of book

This page is based on a novel published by Meeting Benches, a book called SINKHOLES – http://meetingbenches.com/book-italian-version/ – within which wind through the dramatic stories of some of the characters that form the backdrop to those of the two main characters, Petra and Jacques. A Slovak woman and a French man, both left-handers, both looking for a half unknown, where ...

Read More »