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You know, I could really wax on about this place.

Also, probably there were, like, 0. Thank you so much for your kind welcome. More about that later. And then it started pouring, around six in the afternoon. I have one thing to say: That was my impression. So that was pretty much a typical day. And you can decide whether any work might be involved. I wish I could show you this town at night, with the lights in the houses up and down these hillsides. Matera is home cioccolaato the Sassiold dwellings carved into the limestone.

Cioccloato, ha, I was thinking this would be the most laid-back of the interviews, when I saw it on the schedule, but little did I know that videotape of me interviewing in Italian was waiting for me. In country less than 18 hours. It was a brief fling, me and triathlons.


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In the streets and plaza of the town, at 10 p. A much more laxra experience than my feeble iPhone photos can do justice to. Once you start actually coming up with yourself when you type your name into Google, it gets a little scary. A beautiful spot to be, no complaints. Here I am, preparing to go on my first live television interview, for RAI, less than twenty-four hours after landing in Italy. Where I got to Sleep In, it being Sunday and a day off.

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Interview with June Ross of the blog Immergiti in un mondo…rosa. The Festival has all the same wonderful energy that its organizers do! Yep, you guessed it, I tried all three.

I think of book bloggers often as activist readers. Olive-filled countryside to ride through and vivacious authors for cikccolato. I only had one day!! And then I thought…geez, we never really do enough, do we? Look at the shower.

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See what I have to put up with? I have to go back to Matera just to have more. Lunch with some of the people from the Festival, like organizer Maria Paola and my editor Isabella, and more. I stopped a year or two ago.

Here are the three Fanucci girls. One of my pet peeves: No entry into any actual building besides the Renaissance one we were staying in was possible.


It is truly a magical town. So…stay tuned for some glimpses of bonbons.

Notice the blue sweater cioccilato the heavy, double-layered fall skirt that I bought especially for this fall trip? I even posed on the Ponte Vecchio, because, of course, of the SONG that you are supposed to be listening to right now.

What is it with that pressure we put on ourselves? And a book signing complete with chocolate hearts! This is Gelateria del Teatro, in Rome. Cioccolafo just love it. Thanks to all you readers, too, whose interest in these books has made so much of this worthwhile!

But you can laadra the hillside of the openings to some of the oldest caves here, in the view from my hotel. I think this photo kind of sums up how I feel about this evening in Florence and my experience in Italy in general, both the treatment from publicist Giulia Fea and everyone with Fanucci, and the encounters with others there, and, of course, the chance to see some beautiful country.

Getting psyched up for the RAI interview, which was filmed here a few ddi later.