Notes from Italy

Hazelton, Nika
October 1976
National Review;10/1/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 37, p1072
The article features the experiences of the author in traveling to Italy. The author describes the landscape of some cities in the country. On a travel from Naples to Ischia, there to look at the Ambra winery. The island of Capri bears the traces of the untrammeled Italian building boom. She noticed how clean Naples is compared to New York City. In Cortona, her house is located on the side of the mountain among the vines and olives. She was glad to be welcome back by the village.


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