100 Places in Italy Every Woman Should Go 1.0 (iOS)
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100 Places in Italy Every Woman Should Goby Susan Van AllenPublished by Travelers Tales/Solas House, Inc. (http://www.travelerstales.com/)Discover Italys Best PlacesImagine creating your Italian dream vacation with a fun-loving savvy traveler girlfriend whispering in your ear. Go along with writer Susan Van Allen on a femme-friendly ride up and down the boot, to explore this extraordinarily enchanting country where Venus (Vixen Goddess of Love and Beauty) and The Madonna (Nurturing Mother of Compassion) reign side-by-side. With humor, passion, and practical details, this uniquely anecdotal guidebook will enrich your Italian days.* Enjoy masterpieces of art that glorify womanly curves* Join a cooking class taught by revered grandmas* Shop for ceramics* Ski in the Dolomites* Paint a Tuscan landscape* Make your vacation a string of Golden Days, by pairing your experience with the very best restaurant nearby, so sensual pleasures harmonize and you simply bask in the glow of bellItaliaWhatever your mood or budget, whether its your first or your twenty-first visit, with 100 Places in Italy Every Woman Should Go, Italy opens her heart to you.This book makes me want to pack my bag with the lightest of clothing and follow Susan Van Allens alluring suggestions for traveling in Italy. Her knowledge reveals an intimacy with the country and a honed sense of adventure. Andiamo!Frances Mayes, author of Under the Tuscan SunAbout the AuthorSusan Van Allens love for Italy stems from her maternal grandparents, who emigrated from Southern Italy. She was born in Newark, New Jersey, and grew up on the Jersey shore amidst wonderful food and drama. When she first stepped off the train into Roma Termini in 1976, she got hooked on Italian travel. Since then shes explored the country up and down the bootvisiting relatives, immersing herself in the countrys masterpieces and culture, taking language and cooking classes, and going on boating, biking, and hiking adventures. Shes written about Italian travel for over twenty-five media outlets, including National Public Radio, Town & Country, Student Traveler, Tastes of Italia, Chicago Daily Herald, several Travelers Tales anthologies (including The Best Travel Writing 2009), and CNN.com. She has a following for her monthly Letters From Italy column on the Divine Caroline website. Van Allen also writes for television, and was on staff of the Emmy winning sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond. When shes not in Italy, she is based in Los Angeles. Visit www.susanvanallen.com and www.placesforwomen.com.About Travelers TalesFounded in 1993, Travelers Tales publishes the best travel writing from world-famous authors and emerging writers, with the goal to inspire and enlighten readers through true stories by travelers who have explored the depths of their experiences. The award-winning series includes: country and regional guides; books that explore the themes of womens travel, spirituality, food, humor, and adventure; travel advice books; single-author travel narratives; and Travelers Tales Classics, a series that introduces out-of-print favorites of travel literature to a new audience.Superb Reading Features* Full book text search* Several fonts and themes to choose from* Built-in dictionary* The ability to add annotations* Landscape view* Extensive cross-referencing and working hyperlinks* Zoom function for images and screenshotsAbout LexcycleLexcycle is the creator of Stanza Bookbinder which was used to create this standalone book application. Stanza Bookbinder is based on the popular iPhone Ebook reading application, Stanza. For more information about Stanza, visit www.lexcycle.com.