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Buy the Book: 100 Places In Italy Every Woman Should Go

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More info: www.susanvanallen.com
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Praise…
 
“This book makes me want to pack my bag with the lightest of clothing and follow Susan Van Allen’s alluring suggestions for traveling in Italy. Her knowledge reveals an intimacy with the country and a honed sense of adventure.  Andiamo!”Frances Mayes, author of Under the Tuscan Sun, Bella Tuscany, A Year In The World, and Everyday In Tuscany
 

“It’s as if Susan has left us a trail of succulent ravioli criss-crossing the country, and we follow along gleefully, nibbling on one delightful, enlightening morsel after another.” —Nan McElroy, Author, Italy: Instructions for Use and LivingVeniceBlog.com

“Susan Van Allen’s writing makes the magic of Italy jump off the page. She has a knack for capturing the charms, quirks and authenticity of this magnificent land. Don’t go to Italy without reading her work!”
–Kathy McCabe, Editor and Publisher, Dream of Italy Travel Newsletter

“One of the most innovative and fascinating travel guides dedicated to Italy…It fills a gap on the shelves at the right time. No ordinary directory of addresses, 100 Places in Italy Every Woman Should Go is an authentic portrait of Italy from the charmed perspective of a woman, a writer and an experienced traveler.”–Select Italy

“Susan Van Allen is the best girlfriend you’ve never met.” — Pittsburgh Tribune

A wonderful gift for any woman traveling to Italy. With Susan’s advice you won’t be overwhelmed and  you’ll discover how nurturing it is to travel in a country that has honored us since we all descended from Venus. Marybeth Bond, Author, Gutsy Women and Best Girlfriend Getaways Worldwide

“I knew that Italy was the land of la dolce vita and far niente, but this is the first book to present an organized way to find your way through her earthly and soulful wonders. I want  all my girlfriends to have a copy of  100 Places.”
- Camille Cusumano, editor of Italy, a Love Story

“I’ve just returned from six weeks in Italy and how I wish I’d had Van Allen’s book.  It positively sparkles with delight in all matters female which, it turns out, is an optimal way to reveal particularly delicious matters Italian. Italy has a new portrait: sexy and savvy. Makes a gal smile in English and Italian, to eat up this compendium of Italy‘s most delectable women’s outings.” – Anne Calcagno, author of  Pray For Yourself.

 “Part guidebook, part history, and part manual to the good life in the land of La Dolce Vita, Susan Van Allen’s magnum opus on all things Italian is essential reading for woman (and men) who either want to get the most out of their next trip or want to be spirited back to their last.” David Farley, author of An Irreverent Curiosity

 “Forget throwing that coin in the fountain.  No matter how many times you’ve been to Italy and think you know it, reading Susan Van Allen’s “100 Places in Italy Every Woman Should Go” almost guarantees a return trip.  Now I must visit Siena, not for the Palio, but because it was here that St. Catherine bucked family expectations and proclaimed her commitment to Christ thereby becoming a medieval woman to be reckoned with. Susan took her exhaustive research and whipped up a delightful book you’ll only put down long enough to check the flights to that fascinating country.”-Carol Coviello-Malzone, author of “Flavors of Rome:  How What & Where to Eat in  the EternalCity

 “That old Freudian chestnut–‘What do women really want?!’ — has been answered once again in yet another appealing Travelers’ Tales opus specifically designed for, and written by, women. In this instance, Susan Van Allen has romped through an Italy replete with seductive goddesses and female saints, architectural wonders, beauty spas, entrancing beaches, shopping sprees and craft/cultural courses, and picked the very best, mixing dreamy delights with drops of dainty decadence. Van Allen suggests readers: “treat this book like a cookbook…and make a full meal of it.” She obviously did. You could–and you should.David Yeadon, author of “Seasons In Basilicata

 

3 Comments leave one →
  1. January 12, 2014 6:20 am

    I love Italy, so much. People in Italy are really friendly. It has been my family’s tradition to travel every holiday, and Italy is among our favorite place for a family break. Thanks for sharing this information.

    • June 12, 2014 9:48 pm

      What a wonderful tradition with your family! I love to hear that Italy is loved by many!

  2. Felix permalink
    November 11, 2013 3:09 pm

    I love to meet people and make friends with them poeple of italy and i want to meet them on they email address

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