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Italy Magazine Blog Awards 2013: Yippee! I won


Italy Magazine - Blogger Awards 2014

Italy Magazine – Blogger Awards 2014

Italy Magazine’s Blog Awards!

If you know me, then you know it is no secret that Italy is an amazing destination that I love to visit!  Yes, it is true, I absolutely find Italy fascinating. I am happy to announce that one of the most unforgettable experiences that I have had on my travels was awarded ‘The Best Single Post about Arts & Culture” by Italy Magazine for their Blog Awards.

One of the best things about winning this award is the fact that I knew the minute I arrived at that old violin shop that it was special and that an experience was about to unfold. I could just feel it in my bones. But more than that, I was fascinated by the man behind the music… the man who can hear wood sing.

I am very proud and honored that this particular post won this award, as it is a story that I couldn’t wait to tell. Anyone can tell a story, but when you hear the recounting of a sequence of events that changes the lives of a man and his family forever, you know it is a story that needs to be told.

Thanks, Italy Magazine for recognition!

If you have not had a chance to read about the man behind the wood shop in Forli, Italy: La Bottega Del Legno, then click below:


Here is the link to their announcement page, in case you want to read more about Italy from other travel bloggers.

But more than that, thanks to my readers, who continue to inspire me to go after and live my travel dreams to share with you!
You may have the universe,  if I may have Italy - Giuseppe Verdi

Italian Talks (@ItalianTalks)

Monday 24th of February 2014

Congratulations! A wonderful post! Buona fortuna!!

Cacinda Maloney

Monday 24th of February 2014

Thanks so much! I love your country and its people!

Dawn Kealing

Sunday 23rd of February 2014

Great job & congrats!!! :)

Cacinda Maloney

Sunday 23rd of February 2014

Thanks so much!

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