Italian Lesson #8: Gestures

Ciao a tutti! Italians love to use their hands! This lesson is on the meaning of a few gestures in Italy.

Happy learning!

If you would like us to go over any specific words and or phrases in a video, feel free to email them to Stefany at: stefany@largaytravel.com and or at: info@dmctraveltailor.comOther Italian lessons can be found here:

 Alla prossima,

 Daniele and Stefany

Italian Lesson #7 Menu

Ciao a tutti! This lesson is on items that are on a menu in Italy.

Happy learning! If you would like us to go over any specific words and or phrases in a video, feel free to email them to Stefany at: stefany@largaytravel.com and or at: info@dmctraveltailor.comOther Italian lessons can be found here:

Italian Lesson #6 The Verb Essere- To Be

Ciao a tutti!

This lesson is on the verb Essere (To Be), which is one of the staple verbs that is used often in the Italian language.

If you would like us to go over any specific words and or phrases in a video, feel free to email them to Stefany at: stefany@largaytravel.com and or at: info@dmctraveltailor.com.

Other Italian lessons can be found here:

Alla prossima,

Daniele and Stefany

Q&A with Steve Lassman, Vice President, Villas of Distinction

Would you like to stay in a luxury villa with your own private staff-chef, butler and laundress with your loved ones overlooking a mountainous coastline? If so, I will work with Villas of Distinction, one of our preferred travel partners, to find the right spot and home for you.

Here I am with Steve Lassman, Vice President of Villas of Distinction. Villas of Distinctions has villas in over 50 destinations around the world and they inspect each villa they offer, which is great. We speak about how the villa business is these days, safety measures they are taking post Covid-19, destinations that are in demand right now and some of the amazing experiences we can put together to make unforgettable memories. For any questions, and or if you would like to plan your villa stay, contact Stefany at info@dmctraveltailor.com and or stefany@largaytravel.com.

With passion and adventure,

Stefany

Exploring Tuscany

Do you love wine, good food and charming towns? If your answer is yes, you will love Tuscany, Italy!

On Day 7 of our Rome/Tuscany group trip we hosted, we visited the charming town of Montepulciano, had a tasty lunch at La Bottega, tasted pecorino cheese in Pienza taking in the breathtaking Val d’Orcia views, which is a Unesco World Heritage Site. We tasted delicious Brunello wine at Solaria in Montalcino, which is owned by 3 women.

On our way back to Rome, we stopped in Orvieto and had a lovely lunch at Maurizio restaurant.To start planning your Italian wine tasting adventure, you can contact me at: info@dmctraveltailor.com and or stefany@largaytravel.com.

With passion and adventure,

Stefany