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Just One Cornetto

Just One Cornetto (Paperback)

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Synopsis

Just One Cornetto is the delightful story of Keith and his wife Gail's six-month, 11,000-kilometre winter journey round Italy including Sicily and his love for cream or chocolate filled cornetti. Unsigned mountain roads, litter-filled city back streets, beautiful vistas, Greek temples, magical resorts, historical centres, generous locals met along the way all provide an engaging mix and invaluable insight into an out-of-season Italy. Who can resist encounters with Tony Blair's friend; a ninety-year old boar hunter; or a local trying to get planning permission and being offered 'help' by a well-known organisation that will make planners' hands shake? The in-depth descriptions, touches of history and the variety of people they meet add colour and bring to life the many places they visit. With a passion for getting off the beaten track and venturing into notorious areas they are able to contrast the idylls with the lesser known. From the author of 'How Katie Pulled Boris' this book retains Keith's easy-going style and you will feel you have joined them on their travels in their small motorhome.

The book's warmth and humour make it an ideal introduction to anyone wanting to visit Italy and particularly Sicily but equally enjoyable for Italophiles and armchair adventurers.

Travel & MapsTravel writing Publisher: FeedARead.com Publication Date: 09/09/2013 ISBN-13: 9781782999515  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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