6 thoughts on “Blow your horn

  1. Part of the charm of italy is somewhat like, say a city like new orleans.
    (Decades, really centuries of living and use account for age, decay and obsoletion) BUT if you can meet in the middle ( some cleaning, painting, and perhaps ONE working fountain at the stazione!), the history remains, with updated and modern amenities.
    Would be nice, too, if the station was actually opened and manned.
    But this too is part of the ambience.
    My husbands grandparents left here 100 years ago ( for America) and although returning multiple times eventually stayed in America.
    We now stay in the refurbished villa they left.
    What a beautiful story continues to unfold here in Tuscany.

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