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If you're looking for a resource on Tuscany you've found it at http://www.turismo.intoscana.it/en/. In one of the world's most enchanted lands you'll need a great guide to help you find the hidden gems and wonderful opportunities to discover Tuscany and yourself.
So much has been writing and filmed about Tuscany many of us feel that we know it and know it well. The world's finest artists hail from this land where God not only blessed the landscapes He blessed the food and Tuscans alike. How else can you explain Michelangelo, Da Vinci, the Medici, Dante, Florence, Cortona, Val d'Orcia, and fields of glowing sunflowers.
It is difficult for any of us to comprehend the beauty of this land. It's impossible to understand how Tuscany nurtured its sons and daughters who have put chisel to marble, shovel to earth, domes on churches, pen to paper, brush to canvas, food to pan with the outcomes they have and continue to achieve.
Serena, Costanza, and Lyala, and their team have dedicated themselves to creating the best window into Tuscany you can imagine and it's all here for you to enjoy one click at a time before, during, and after your visit.
So much of Tuscany goes unvisited and Visit Tuscany works hard to insure you don't miss a stone.
Be sure to visit their blogs too: http://www.turismo.intoscana.it/allthingstuscany/network/allthingstuscany.html
On April 26, 2006 at 9:05 a.m., everything shifted for Roy Tuscany. He was at Mammoth Mountain for his 2nd Coaches Retreat. On his first run of the day, he hit a jump he'd hit a 100 times before except -- this time -- he overshot it. The people who did the accident investigation told him he traveled over 130 feet and flew more than 30 feet in the air. It was not a good crash.
Roy suffered a burst fracture of his T-12 vertebrae and severed the artery in his right thumb. HeI was life-flighted to Reno and told he was an incomplete paraplegic. Someone said that being an incomplete is a lot like purgatory -- you're stuck somewhere in the middle between a wheelchair and moving easily on two feet.
Roy knew from the beginning he wanted to walk and ski again. He had health insurance, but just a few weeks before the accident, Roy turned down a chance for disability insurance. There were a lot of things that health insurance didn't attend to -- alternative medicine treatments, gym memberships, acupuncture, rent, food, adaptive sports equipment and the insurance deductible.
Roy decided in the hosptial he would start a fund to protect other risk-taking winter athletes who wound up on the wrong side of crashes. The name for the fund -- the High Fives Foundation -- came from his early hospital experience. Doctors and therapists would come into his room and hide behind their clipboards. It was as if they didn't want to interact with him. So, he made them give him a high five. Hand to hand, skin to skin, forced them to connect. It also made them friends from the get-go.
If there were one way to sum up how Roy lives his my life and what the foundation is doing, it would be this. He's breaking the boundaries of purgatory.
Kim Mlinarik LMHC CDEP joined Lon on Dec. 5, 2014 to explain the upcoming women's trip to Tuscany this May that will be conducted by her organization Alchemy Adventures, headquartered in north Idaho. Alchemy Adventures has been leading groups for two years to provide transformational travel experiences to help the participants transform the way they see themselves and the world. This May 23-30, 2015 trip is a women’s adventure for the body, mind and soul. With Colleen Russell MATP helping lead the group guarantees there will be plenty of spiritual insight discovered from their experiences. Also helping lead the group of ten women will be Eric Fulgenzi WFR for a playful, life-changing adventure.
Contack: Kim Mlinarik 208-352-2242, firstname.lastname@example.org www.alchemyadventures.com
This is one of a series of short interviews with innovative leaders in private parent-choice residential school or program helping struggling teens and young adults. To hear this whole series of interviews, click on "Follow" or go to www.strugglingteens.com
Imagine yourself strolling amongst the manicured rows of grape vines bursting with this year's harvest for the Brunello to be bottled and set to age for 5 years. This is the dream of so many of us and Laura and her husband Marco are living the dream. To be fair there are many others that work hard every single day, year round to make each lovingly crafted bottle of some of the world's most delicious and sought after wine, Il Palazzone's Brunello di Montalcino DOCG.
Join Laura and I as we talk about dialy life at the winery and how to arrange a trip to visit Il Palazzone while you're in Italy. We'll talk about some great local places to eat or stay while you're nearby as well as other great day trips near the winery.
You can find their delicious wine today at Italian Wine Merchants and have it shipped directly to your home to enjoy while you listen to the show.
Visit their site www.ilpalazzone.com to learn more about the team that makes this wonderful wine, the estate, and how to arrange a visit while you're in Tuscany. Be sure to read their wonderful blog too. Lots of great insight about wine, living in Italy, and they even bust a few myths here and there.
Let's all tip a glass to Laura and her husband Marco, and of course the owner Mr. Richard Parsons and the rest of the Il Palazzone team for making such a great wine and sharing some other their secrets with us on the show.
A Debut Novel Filled with Romantic Suspense from Bestselling Author Barbara Hand Clow
In her debut as a novelist, bestselling author and acclaimed spiritual teacher Barbara Hand Clow weaves together a story of romance, deep earth forces, psychic powers, aristocracy, and Vatican world control centered on an ancient ruby that inspires mystical visions.
Set in Rome in 2012, the story follows Sarah Adamson, a beautiful young Catholic graduate student from Boston studying at the Vatican Library for her thesis on the first Christian heretic, Marcion of Pontus. She is being courted by two utterly different men: Simon Appel, a descendent of the kabbalist Isaac Luria who covers Vatican affairs for the New York Times, and Armando Pierleoni, the heir to an ancient Italian aristocratic family with strong ties to the Vatican. After a terrible encounter with the dark side at a castle in Tuscany, Sarah is given a ring set with a ruby crystal, a powerful stone that was once the third eye of an ancient Buddha statue in Nepal.
Barbara Hand Clow is an internationally acclaimed teacher, author, and Mayan Calendar researcher who has taught at sacred sites throughout the world. Her numerous books include The Pleiadian Agenda, Alchemy of Nine Dimensions, Awakening the Planetary Mind, and The Mayan Code. Now she is writing novels to explore the reality for a wider audience. She holds a M.A. in Theology from Chicago's Loyola University and for twenty years was an acclaimed publisher of books on spirituality and new consciousness.
Follow Barbara at: www.HandClow2012.com
Barbara Hand Clow is an Internationally acclaimed teacher, author & Mayan Calendar researcher, Her numerous books include the Pleidian Agenda, Alchemy of Nine Dimensions, Awakening the Planetary Mind, and The Mayan Code. She has taught at sacred sites throughout the world and maintains an astrological web site,
About the book: Set in Rome in 2012, the story follows Sarah Adamson, a beautiful young Catholic graduate student from Boston studying at the Vatican Library for her thesis on the first Christian heretic, Marcion of Pontus. She is being courted by two utterly different men: Simon Appel, a descendent of the kabbalist Isaac Luria who covers Vatican affairs for the New York Times, and Armando Pierleoni, the heir to an ancient Italian aristocratic family with strong ties to the Vatican. After a terrible encounter with the dark side at a castle in Tuscany, Sarah is given a ring set with a ruby crystal, a powerful stone that was once the third eye of an ancient Buddha statue in Nepal.
Her website is: http://www.handclow2012.com/index.htm
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my name is Gianni. I own my small tour company. I am an experienced guide and travel agent.
if you are looking at my website certainly we both share the love for walking or hiking and the love for Tuscany.
I'm offering you exclusive tailored walks and hikes for small groups
(individuals, couples, families, groups of friends) to suit every request.
I provide single day or multiple days excursions and walks.
Perhaps you'd like to follow the pilgrims' routes in San Gimignano or to sneak into the Chianti area vineyards to see the harvest of the grapes. Perhaps you prefer to walk to a springtime food festival in the Florence countryside. Perhaps you'd like to hike on remote nature trails or maybe you'd like to learn all about the making of alabaster statues in Volterra. Perhaps...
I will bring you to the authentic off the beaten path places. Walking and hiking with me you will see not only how beautiful is the "back road" Tuscany but you will experience the warmth of a country and of its people. You will be part of my everyday life. I will share my family, my friends and my favorite spots with you.
You will fall in love with Tuscany just by interacting with the locals...farmers, shop owners, people on the streets. No panic, I will provide some help with the language.
My goal is making your visit to Tuscany an unforgettable experience!
Sheila Parry of CiaoLunigiana.com joins me to discuss why Lunigiana in Northern Tuscany is simply amazing. Dotted with hilltop castles, majestic views, delicious food, a short drive to the coast and the Cinque Terre, the Lunigiana is a perfect spot in Tuscany for a visit for any Italophile.
Be sure to visit CiaoLunigiana.com for lots of fun details on the region, to book hotels, learn about the region's delicious food, and book your tours.
Rick Zullo is touring Italy on his Blog Tour and doing a wonderful job experiencing Italy like a local with locals for the benefit of us all.
My friend Rick has been voted one of the best bloggers on Italy and now he's taking his blog on the road.
We talked about his time in Milan and the Lake Region, then how he fell in love with Tuscany.
The best part is Rick has enjoyed tours and guides throughout Italy to experience each place. From the hilltowns to Florence and he's not stopping there.
There are more segments to follow for Rick to share his experiences throughout his wonderful tour.
Visit Rick's site at rickzullo.com
WishVersilia is Travel consultant, Wedding Planner and Personal Concierge. We provide customized services to individual travellers, small groups as well as business travellers in Tuscany. Our consultancy is aimed to grant our customers with safe, relaxing and serene stay.
Some of the tours & experiences we offer are:
Versilia Tasting Tour Sailing and Tasting Tour Private Cooking Classes Picnic and Tasting in Chianti Sensations Tour of Garfagnana Wine Tasting Tours with Vineyard owners in Lari, Crespina, and Terricciola Music Footsteps Tour following Giacomo Puccini and Andrea Bocelli Puccini Tour of his famous home and theater Art Deco Tour exploring the Art Nouveau Movement Tour of Leghorn Shopping Tour to enjoy the boutiques of Viareggio, Forte dei Marmi, Pietrasanta, and Lucca Wellness tour to enjoy the markets, Spa, and artisan shops Wedding Planning and services Personal Concierge services.
Travel writer Walter Sanders shares his journey's through Italy with a highlight on the Monstigliano Estate in Tuscany and La Marche, Italy. Also on the show CommDigiNews travel writer Bob Taylor will share his discovery of Kiruna, Sweden’s northernmost city nestled about 90 miles about the Arctic Circle, where the local economy lives and dies with the productivity of the world’s largest iron-ore mine.
Not so very long ago, citizens of Kiruna began noticing cracks in the streets and other strange phenomena that told them something was wrong. So the are moving the town.
This and the always enticing more as we Travel the World with leading travel experts and writers on the CommDigiNews Hour.
Holiday in Italy, playing tennis, wine tastings, great local restaurants, and sightseeing.
Ian Campbell talks about his tennis programs throughout Italy where you can enjoy tennis at any skill level and still have plenty of time to take it all in.
With locations in Lucca, Florence, Sardinia, Sicily, and Spain you'll enjoy a sporting holiday in some of the most beautiful locations in Itayl.
Check out his website at www.tuscanytennis.com to book your time on the court.
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