Monthly Archives: December 2014

The Eponymous Village

Back on the Amalfi Coast there was one more stop on the boat ride I had signed up for – Amalfi, the village the coast is named after.  Actually, we had stopped in Amalfi first and then gone on to Positano, so … Continue reading

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‘Tis the Season

There may be only four seasons when it comes to gardens, but no matter where you are on the ‘I love Christmas spectrum’,  we all know that there is another season and we all have a tradition or two to celebrate … Continue reading

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Plan B and the Land of the Sirens

As a solo traveller, antipasto misto is how I hedge my bets on the culinary front.  That way, if there is one item I don’t like, it’s not a total letdown.  When it comes to hotels, I try to do the same thing. … Continue reading

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Side-tracked

It is becoming increasingly clear, even to me, that ‘Loving Italy’s Gardens’ may not have been the best choice of names for this blog.  I know I started off with the best of intentions. But then, somewhere along the garden visits, I … Continue reading

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