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Thursday, 11 January 2007

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Markus from Florence

Hi kids, your travel journal is exceptional, better than any guide, curious, passionate and mouthwatering, full of interesting pictures (really great quality, my compliments) and sooo wonderful to read! I loved every comment, shared every experience!
With such a huge amount of material you could turn it into a PDF guide for young tourists and share it on the web for download.
You did a great job, I believe this is the best way to make foreign people appreciate greatness and dangers of South Italy!

Can't wait to discover your new trip, perhaps Tuscany, Chianti, Florence...?
;-)

Boots in the Oven

Wow, Markus - thank you so much! I'm just thrilled that you enjoyed our travelogue, and I do like the suggestion of publishing as a PDF.

We did spend some time traveling around Chianti, but not as much as you'd think given that we lived in Florence for a year...

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