The Hills Of Tuscany

The Wisdom of Tuscany: Simplicity, Security & the Good Life: Simplicity,…

Author: Ferenc Máté

A sensuous valentine to author Ferenc Máté’s adopted homeland, The Hills of Tuscany brims with lush descriptions of golden dales, scrumptious meals, rich wines, and friendly natives. After years of nomadic roaming from Central America to Canada, Máté (a writer) and his wife, Candace (a painter), visit Tuscany and impulsively decide that this is where they will settle down…..Read More

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