Marcia Selsor on sat 5 aug 00
In Copeland's book she giveshours of museums and directions. Togiana in Umbria
has a Wine museum with a good collection of pottery-majolica. Montelupo
has a good museum and is known for good wine as well. Don't forget the
International Ceramic Museum in Faenza.
> We would appreciate any suggestions for areas to explore during our vacation
> in Italy. We will be arriving in Rome to visit friends (early Sept.) and we
> will have 2 weeks to travel about. Specifically, anything relating to
> ceramics/pottery/castles/food and wine would be of great interest. Tuscany
> a plus!
> Feel free to contact us off-list at DYAN777@aol.com
> Thanks in advance,
> Diane and Joe Ayers
> Robbinsdale, Minnesota, USA
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