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I even posed on the Ponte Vecchio, because, of course, of the SONG that you are supposed to be listening to right now. All this ice cream made me very nostalgic fioccolato my absolute top ice-cream place in Paris.
From the magical Matera, we made our way posthaste to Bari, where our time was fleeting, but it did allow us to meet these lovely ladies:. Even for incredible hot chocolate. Where I got to Sleep In, it being Sunday and a day off. But I got a chance to meet so many wonderful people on the Italy tour and have such beautiful experiences, that I did want to acknowledge a few more of them. On the plus side, you can get a lot of writing done between 2: The interview was in the full sun facing into it, priority going to the camera!
I gave her Advil, though. I originally thought I was going to at least get to pretend I was the author in this First Grade Event, since that was why I was invited, but, in what is Highly Typical Fashion for Authorial Moments of Glory, I have been shunted off in favor of certain first-graders who want to be the author, instead.
In a town where AD frescos are so ladrra nobody even bothers protecting them, you have to ask that kind of lwdra. I had to email her right away. It was ninety-five degrees! Book-loving, friendly women tolerant of my Cuoccolato. Yep, you guessed it, I tried all three. But this tour provided so many opportunities to meet interesting and engaged people.
You are entirely welcome to have this playing while you read the rest of this post. It was the least I could do. SAID is the most charming chocolate store and restaurant you have ever seen.
You know, I could really wax on about this place. Frantic attempts to shower and get camera-ready in a very nice Renaissance palace hotel where the shower actually pours down onto the toilet.
And then it started pouring, around six in the afternoon. Even if I did try seven places.
Just cut right to the chase. Francesco had read the book, and his questions really dig at the why and how of writing. I just love it. What are you reading? Note that we arrived at 4 p. And back, with random stops in beautiful churches here and there on the way, and a detour to find a recommended chocolate cioccopato that was, sadly, barred shut:.
Unfortunately, in this photo, I am blocking the journalist who moderated with some fascinating questions, after the talk: And it has people like this: No entry into any actual building besides the Renaissance one we were staying in was possible.
Wake-up call from the hotel. This involved not only eating chocolate but a talk from me and a book presentation question and answer session with Isabella.
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Getting psyched up for the RAI interview, which was filmed here a few minutes later. I discovered stracciatella di mozzarella! Cioccooato have one thing to say: Cristina had to stay smiling and supportive all through this kind of thing! Can you imagine having a bad migraine and having to guide me, the American author on tour, through Florence in time to get to her signing while she kept taking photos?
Ladra di Cioccolato – Laura Florand
See what I have to put up with? It probably grated terribly on her migraine, but she was just too nice to tell. This was one of the most wonderful things to me about this tour. When my very Parisian husband heard about it, he, in his very Parisian way, said something very sardonic about my actual Italian level and people who might praise it.
But many thanks to her for her insight and attention! So—although little Giulia ei amazing Italian publicist, who chose the location knew, this was just hilariously perfect. Not to mention stylish! This is Gelateria del Teatro, in Rome. So many generous, friendly people who welcomed me and worked hard to make the tour a wonderful experience. Trying to show how the Chocolate Party spilled up from this tucked-in sloping street into the piazza and street that terraced just above it.
Look at the shower. All the old chocolate-making equipment everywhere, the chocolate molds on the old stone walls, the little rooms like caves with wooden tables. I coined a phrase! And all that walking wore my sandals and ,adra out. Curl up with pizza picked up down the street from my hotel. ALL with awesome people in an extraordinary setting, so wonderful memories. Even half-covered by restoration work, this is one of the most amazing churches I have ever seen. The wrong side of the bars….