Yeah, but Tuscany offers country-side views with its rolling hills and its culinary delights such as the famous White or Black Truffles. One thing your Chile Tuscany like settings does not offer is snow in the winter? But balmy weather is good for taking afternoon naps.hlf2888 wrote: ↑Sun Jan 07, 2018 5:29 pmHybridAmbassador, I don't like grey days and drizzle either. Need sunshine, have oodles here. Also, I have visited Sicily and seen photos of Tuscany. In Tuscany there are lots of gently rolling hills, in Sicily the same Mediterranean climate. But it is not like Italy in other ways. There are no ruins, no museums, no ancient architecture, no historical sites. And much fewer tourists. And no gourmet meals or 5-star restaurants. If you want good food, you have to make your own.
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No snow in winter, just grey days with rain. Winters have a lot of fog which makes everything look mysterious. When the morning mist covers the landscape it is a Wuthering Heights kind of day except instead of moors, there are mountains. Here is Xena in the morning mist in May, and another of Canela, the first horse rescue, same month.
And siestas are the norm here in summer at the hottest part of the day.
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