Hey Jetlag Junkies!
This trip to Tuscany was especially awesome because my mom was able to join me.
What a gift! I am one of those fortunate souls who genuinely enjoys spending time with her parents. The older I get, the more I savor every moment with them. My mom was such a great sport, too. Knowing that this trip was business-first, she carried my camera bag (and took a ridiculous number of pics), helped me with 1,001 tasks, and sat patiently while I geeked out on a tour of the most romantic Tuscan villa e v e r. She also made me laugh a million times over and reminded me that the best part of travel is enjoying time away with people you love.
We spent a couple of days with a local chef, and this was such a treat.Chef Andrea has a charming property in the Chianti countryside, and he and his family could not have been more welcoming to us. He let us tag along for a visit to his olive grove where the field workers were eagerly at harvest, introduced us to an olive oil producer and a local butcher, and arranged a tour of his family’s beautiful wine cellar.
If you're curious about what to expect from a trip to Italy, or if you're ready to get started on your own dreamy getaway to Tuscany, please reach out to me directly: firstname.lastname@example.org. I'm happy to answer questions, bounce around ideas, and put my travel design skills to work on your next European vacation.