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The History of the Italian Automobile Part 53 – A New Formula: Ferrari in Formula 1 By: David Cavaliere One of my passions for many years has been the top level of motor racing – Formula One. Although the races contested are called Grand Prixes, that race…

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Part 7 – Pescara and Chieti The Seaside Resort of Pescara The traveler’s made their way up the coast of Abruzzo alongside the clear blue waters of the Adriatic to visit the region’s largest city – Pescara. The ten miles of wide, clean beaches are the…

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The History of the Italian Automobile: Part 51 – Itala By David Cavaliere It has been a while since we visited with the Ceirano brothers (Part 16 – Ceirano Fabbrica Automobili on May 5, 2016). Like a Lewis and Clark, the Ceiranos were trailblazers and…

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Part 6 – Abruzzo and the Towns of Vasto and Loreto Aprutino The tour group departed Barletta in the region of Puglia and headed north by motor coach. Our first stop was in the town of Vasto, soon after we entered the Abruzzo region. The region is…

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Review: Fashion Week in Milan, Italy Milan Fashion Week recently ended with a clear message, if it’s sporty – it’s in. From sophisticated separates at Prada to fluttering Bohemian looks at Roberto Cavalli, it was a week packed with exciting “looks.”…

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Part 5 – The Coastal Beauty of Barletta About 70 miles to the north and east of Martina Franca lies the lovely coastal town of Barletta, the next stop on the Publisher’s Tour. The group was still in the region of Puglia and since one member of the group’s…

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A Stay at Villa San Martino The welcoming atmosphere that permeates Martina France was brought to an even higher level when the travelers arrived at their hotel. In the finest Apulian hotel tradition, the 5-Star luxury hotel, Villa San Martino is situated…

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In some ways, there’s no more appropriate port of call for a cruise than Genoa. It is the country’s sixth largest city and its maritime heritage is historic. Its harbor was alive with boats before the Roman Empire had risen – and it spent the entirety of…

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The History of the Italian Automobile Part 50 – Isotta Fraschini By David Cavaliere During the course of this series I have received many emails and letters about features, but none more so than for Part 32 – Carrozzeria Castagna. There is something…

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PART 1 – SICILY Each year The Italian Tribune brings the Publisher’s Tour to our readers. Buddy and Marion Fortunato have made many visits to Italy. Over the next six weeks, we will feature segments of this year’s fascinating tour. With each journey by…
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