To celebrate my travel memoir At Home in the World!, this is the first of a short, five-episode special series of the podcast.
Pienza is one of Italy’s best villages, a quintessential Tuscan example of a beautifully-constructed Renaissance-era town. And there’s one little shop in particular that I especially love.
Today, I want to tell you about it.
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Reader & Listener’s Stories
I love what you’ve all shared so far—here’s an early sampling:
- The Beauty of Being at Home in the World, by Laurel
- At Home in the World, by Laurie
- Where I am at Home, by Paula
Thinking of a place I am at home: Nene Tereza Street, Prishtina, Kosovo, slowly savoring the best Macchiato in the world with my sweetheart! pic.twitter.com/2AXcvDeQQi
— Suzanne McGowen (@MacSueZan) April 17, 2017
And now, it’s your turn—tell me about a place in the world you love! Head here for details, and I’ll share them all this week in celebration of the book’s release into the world.
This weekend, I’ll share a final compilation.