A Path To Lunch

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A Path To Lunch
We started this website to help people who like to travel slowly, who like to know places deeply. We have visited and explored Italy from Ameglia - where Liguria meets Tuscany - for over 20 years.
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David Boslaugh
20:28 PM March 26, 2017

You just can't beat this kind of attention to detail. The only problem for me is, I want to do everything Martha and Mike recommend as worthy. Is that a great "problem" to have?? They are also aware of how lovely it is to go at a leisurely pace.

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